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News articles by Malcolm Heyhoe

Heyhoe's Daily View: Thursday May 21st

Malcolm Heyhoe 8:42am, Thu 21 May 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeSir Michael Stoute’s horses generally improve for a run and the stable’s Dark Deed will surely shape with more enterprise at Sandown on Thursday than he managed on his seasonal return at Leicester recently. Fitted with a hood for the first time in Sandown’s 8.05, the Dansili colt can get off the mark for the current campaign.

Heyhoe's Daily View: Saturday May 16th

Malcolm Heyhoe 4:59pm, Fri 15 May 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeNewmarket’s Saturday meeting is too often cast in the shadow of Newbury’s Lockinge day jamboree but the seven-race card on the Rowley Mile traditionally plays host to a valuable sprint handicap for the younger generation and the William Haggas-trained Properus is fancied to land the spoils.

Heyhoe's Daily View: Thursday May 14th

Malcolm Heyhoe 8:07am, Thu 14 May 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeYork’s Middleton Stakes (2.40) on Thursday brings together a field of interesting fillies, and it is hard to resist the claims of Sir Michael Stoute’s Bragging, who bids to follow up her gutsy Dahlia Stakes win just seven days after her triumph at Headquarters. Izzi Top completed the same double in 2012, and Bragging is fancied to follow in that one’s footsteps.

Heyhoe's Daily View: Wednesday May 13th

Malcolm Heyhoe 3:20pm, Tue 12 May 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeWednesday’s card at York ushers in the first day of the midweek Dante meeting, a showcase fixture that is often a difficult one for punters given the uncertainties about horse fitness at this time of year and the vagaries of the spring weather, and not surprisingly, the opening day’s action from the Knavesmire is tricky to say the least.

Heyhoe's Daily View: Monday May 11th

Malcolm Heyhoe 8:02am, Mon 11 May 2015

image-left-align HeyhoeThis could well be a big week for Sir Michael Stoute, who will be firing off some of his bigger guns at York’s three-day midweek meeting while stable star Integral continues to attract market support in her bid for Group 1 glory at Newbury on Saturday. Until then, Sir Michael may well have a winner at Windsor on Monday evening with Voice Control catching the eye in the 8.20 contest.