Wild Hope bounces back
27th July 2020
Saturday saw Wild Hope bounce back to form at Doncaster as he scored the third win of his career on Town Moor for his horse racing syndicate.
This attractive son of Kingman was progressive as a three-year-old, posting two victories and some solid efforts in defeat and it would be fair to say that things had not really panned out for him so far in 2020.
However, a change of tactics worked the oracle for Wild Hope. Usually towards the fore in his races, he was given a patient, waiting ride this time by Kevin Stott, who delivered his challenge with perfect timing.
Having travelled sweetly off the pace throughout the race, he weaved his way through the field to come with a winning run inside the final furlong to score in good style, despite conceding weight to all of his rivals.
In doing so, Wild Hope bounced back to his best form for in-form trainer Kevin Ryan, who was delighted to see him back on song.
Kevin hopes that Wild will have a productive time ahead of him now and that he should provide his horse racing syndicate with plenty more fun for the rest of the campaign.