CLAP YOUR hands completed a four-timer and RANGALI ISLAND a three-timer, when they both won at class 2 level this evening at Wolverhampton.
Victorious in the two mile and half furlong handicap under Callum Shepherd, Clap Your Hands was held up until making headway and switched right over one furlong out, shaken up to lead inside the final furlong and ran on comfortably to win by one and a half lengths.
The four-year-old gelding, by Universal IRE out of Woop Woop IRE, is trained by David Simcock for Twenty Stars Partnership.
CLAP YOUR HANDS
Rangali Island then followed up by taking the one mile and one and a half furlong handicap under Hayley Turner. Having chased the leaders in close order, he was ridden and edged right from over one furlong out, ran on under pressure to take the lead at the post, winning by a nose.
By Camacho GB out of Tender Surprise GB, the four-year-old colt is trained by David Simcock for Jos & Jane Rodosthenous.