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Howden Run Wild

David Howden (right) collects the prize on behalf of the Tweenhills Fillies

29 Aug 2019

Tweenhills Fillies off the mark

The Tweenhills Fillies syndicate – newly formed for 2019 – had its first winner on Wednesday evening when Run Wild lived up to her name, scoring by six lengths at Kempton.

Again in the hands of Oisin Murphy, strapping chestnut Run Wild streaked clear of some very promising rivals in the British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies’ Novice Stakes.

With the hood taken off, Run Wild travelled easily until asked to win her race and used her enormous stride thereafter, relishing the step up to a mile.

John Gosden knows all about classy fillies and we are hopeful Run Wild can join the club. She has certainly earnt a crack at something much better now, with races like the May Hill, Prix Marcel Boussac and Fillies’ Mile under consideration.

Run Will possesses lots of physical scope and an excellent pedigree as a half-sister to German Champion 2-year-old filly Rock My Love by first season sire Amaron (by Shamardal). She was bought by David Redvers for €160,000 in Germany.

The Tweenhills Fillies syndicate owns seven two-year-old fillies. Run Wild aside they are:

Angels Tread – Kitten’s Joy filly with David Simcock and shaped well at Kempton on debut (Run Wild fourth).

Calm Down – unraced Intello filly with Ralph Beckett.

Culture Clash – unraced Wootton Bassett filly with Josephine Soudan in France.

Electric Mistress – unraced Dandy Man filly with Karl Burke.

Silver Machine – unraced Brazen Beau filly with Archie Watson.

Sweet Sixteen – Maxios filly with Amy Murphy and placed both starts so far.

After what has been a very trying week for all at Tweenhills, the impressive victory of Run Wild was a well appreciated tonic.

Howden Run Wild

David Howden (right) collects the prize on behalf of the Tweenhills Fillies