TYNDRUM bounces back to form
We were delighted to see TYNDRUM GOLD bounce back to form last night over a mile at Kempton, returning to the surface of his two former wins to secure himself a 100% strike-rate on the all-weather.
Ridden to victory by stable jockey David Egan, it was an impressive display from the duo, striking from midfield when short of room over a furlong out on a track that is notoriously tricky to make up ground in the run in.
Given an RPR of 93, it was his best performance to date and suggested that the best is yet to come with him. He holds an entry in the Autumn Horses in Training Sale at Tattersalls and this is what trainer Roger Varian had to say about him:
"TYNDRUM GOLD is a talented individual. We were delighted to see him bounce back to form at Kempton. He is very straightforward to train, very clean-limbed and sound, with a great attitude. He is lightly raced, and his best days are definitely ahead of him. His pedigree and physique would suggest he will be a better four-year-old, and I am excited to see how his career develops." - Roger Varian
Time: 98.14s Closing Sectional: (3.00f): 35.50s
TYNDRUM GOLD got back on the up in no uncertain terms, the return to all-weather presumably the main catalayst, though a 12-week break was another possible factor; mid-division, shaken up over 2f out, steady headway over 1f out, led soon after, forged clear; useful now and still low mileage, so will remain of interest under similar conditions.
A handicap that produced a decidedly useful display from the improved winner, whilst another progressive 3-y-o led home the chasing pack, suggesting this is form to be positive about.