He ran a fine race when fourth behind Sole Power in the Group One five-furlong contest at the Royal meeting 12 months ago and trainer Gask
is looking to get a run into him this weekend before a return to Berkshire.
said of the 5-1 winner: "Cam gave him a great ride, I thought he had got there but I thought he would win a bit easier than that.
David's mum Sue Gask
, 62, said: "It is absolutely astonishing the amount of people that have put all of their time and effort in to sorting the event out.
A tremendous servant of Gask
's Wiltshire operation, the eight-yearold won twice at the Dubai Carnival, [euro]nished fourth in the Al Quoz Sprint and then endured a very disappointing trip to Singapore, where he pulled o a shoe before the start of the Krisyer and did not participate.
''''s inmate admittedly needs the cards to fall right, such is the come-from-behindstylewithwhich helikestorace,buthard-luckstories on doncaster''''s sprint track are hardly a recurrent theme.
This includes one client of Tindall Gask
Bentley who settled for 10,000 dollars less from her ex-husband to keep the couple's two dogs.
"That is Frederik's first winner for us, he rides well and is a good strong jockey." Trainer Jeremy Gask
is developing a liking for Ripon and Theta Wave, sent on a lone 490-mile round trip from his Wiltshire base, gained a last-gasp success under Neil Callan in the Alistair And Joanne's Wedding Day Selling Handicap.
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"I was one of the owners in six horses originally trained by Jeremy Gask
and with Jamie Hart and Eamonn Wilmott, who put together the Anglo Australian partnership and sent out three horses to Australia.
into the back row and having Will on the bench is a far better prospect than anyone we've come across so far.
Trained by Australian Jeremy Gask
(right), the evergreen eight-year-old stormed home into fourth as an unconsidered 33-1 shot in the King's Stand Stakes on Tuesday behind Sole Power.
's inmate admittedly needs the cards to fall right, such is the come-from-behind style with which he likes to race, but hard-luck stories on Doncaster's sprint track are hardly a recurrent theme.