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Two is the magic number 13/10/08

Five year-old Kayf Tara mare Tara Two Hills made it two wins from two starts with an eight-length victory at Bangor-on-Dee on Saturday, 11 October.

Her debut triumph had been recorded in similar fashion when she strolled home ten lengths clear of her rivals at Worcester in July. Two such pleasing performances have left owner Bill Walker and trainer Anthony Honeyball contemplating stepping their talented mare up to Listed class for her next racecourse outing.

Tara Two Hills is out of the winning point-to-pointer Sloe Hill (Le Moss), who is a half-sister to the eight-time National Hunt winner Moondigua. She has passed through a sales ring three times in her life, having been sold by her breeder Douglas King as a foal, then appearing at Doncaster as a three-year-old before heading to Ascot this April, where she was knocked down to her current trainer for 3,000gns.

This was the second dual bumper winner for Kayf Tara in recent weeks. Four-year-old Megasue, who also recorded her first win at Worcester, by a very impressive 24 lengths, confirmed her initial promise when scoring again at Fontwell, again with plenty in hand, on 4 October. Megasue is the first foal of Megalex (Karinga Bay) and was bred by her owner Jeremy Hinds of Pleasure Palace Racing.