Seven Kingdoms Back To Wininng Ways

Posted on 19th April 2017


Yesterday saw Seven Kingdoms make a return to the winners enclosure at Exeter after a promising chasing debut on his previous outing at Southwell back in March.

Seven Kingdoms who was a winner on the flat in France two years ago had already tasted success over hurdles on his British debut at Kempton in January last year but apart from a 2nd placing on his very next start at Sandown, had not managed to find himself back in the winners circle until yesterday.

The 5yo son of Yeats made the switch from hurdles to fences with great promise last time out finishing 4th but this time with quicker ground and a furlong further, he once again gave owners Professor L P Hardwick & Partner something to celebrate and did it in style, landing the spoils by an easy 5 lengths under Noel Fehily.

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