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Flipping good 27/10/08

Michael Flips, a winning point-to-pointer who was bought for 200,000gns at Brightwells’ Cheltenham sale in April, made a winning debut under rules when scoring by six lengths in a maiden hurdle at Stratford on Saturday, 25 October.

The four-year-old Kayf Tara gelding is the second foal of Pianissimo (Shernazar), herself a two-mile hurdle winner, and was bred in Ireland by Joan Sweeney. Having won between the flags in March at Lismore in the colours of his breeder, he now runs for Andy Turnell’s stable and looks to be another decent prospect for his sire.

The same can be said for another winning Irish pointer, Tarablaze, who scored at Nenagh in January before being sold to Diana Whateley, who is clearly a big fan of Kayf Tara as she also races Cryptic and Kornati Kid, both winners over hurdles last season.

Tarablaze, now five, won first time out under rules at Uttoxeter earlier in the month before picking up some black type at Chepstow when second in the G2 Persian War Novices’ Hurdle, also on 25 October. His dam, Princess Hotpot, by King’s Ride, was a winner over fences and he was bred by Mrs S J Brasher.