Monsieur Lambrays lands Salisbury feature
MONSIEUR LAMBRAYS came out on top to record a third career victory in the feature 1m6f handicap at Salisbury on Saturday evening.
The son of Champs Elysees, owned by Khalifa Dasmal, was given a strong ride by Jack Mitchell who had a night to remember with four winners on the card.
Jack held up Monsieur Lambrays in a race run at a decent gallop. His mount travelled well in the first-time visor and Jack was able to creep into contention up the straight.
He made his move up the centre of the course, getting on top in the shadows of the post to win by half a length.
Tom said: "That was very pleasing. He has stayed the trip well and was well on top at the line. He's a progressive stayer with a good profile."
It was nearly a double on the card when Grand Canal just failed by a neck to get up in the 1m2f three-year-old handicap. Hopefully the son of Australia will be in the winners' enclosure soon.