Colin Bowe is on 40 and in flying form

COLIN BOWE has his horses in winning form.

Kiltealy-based trainer and champion handler elect, Colin Bowe reached the magic 40 winner mark at Necarne, Fermanagh, who ran two-day Friday and Saturday, and won five races over three days.
Bowe was in great form when winning the point-to-point bumper at Tipperary on Thursday, with Rob James on Fort Worth Texas getting home one and three-quarters of a length to the good.
On Friday, Frilly Frock won the five year old mares maiden race by five lengths with Barry O’Neill up for Bowe.
On the same card, Lady Tremaine was the seven lengths winner for Donnchadh Doyle in the maide race for four year old maidens and Rob James did the steering..
In the five year old geldings maiden race, the Denis Murphy owned and trained Lifesahighway took the honours for Jamie Codd.
And before the day was out, Jordan Gainford from Caim recorded his second winner of the season on Oscar Bonnie for Colin Bowe by two and half lengths in the ‘older maiden’ for mares.
On Saturday, Battle Of Actium, in the familiar Gigginstown House Stud colours, with Barry O’Neill up, gained a short-head victopry over the Denis Murphy trained Gondor, ridden by Jamie Codd, in the maiden race for four year old geldings.
This was the first leg of a treble for Colin Bowe and Barry O’Neill. They combined to win the maiden race for six year old geldings with Rivers End by six lengths and Cushinstowns Finest scored in the Winner of Three race.
And the Wexford success didn’t end there! Rob James took the mount on David Christie’s Blue Markie in the local Adjacent Hunt’s Race and they prevailed by one length.

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