Racehorse trainer Jennie is aiming for more success at Perth Festival meeting

Double winning jockey Sean Quinlan

STAFFORDSHIRE Moorlands trainer Jennie Candlish is aiming for more success on the second day of the Perth Festival race meeting, following yesterday’s (April 24) double triumph at the Scottish course.

Jennie sends out two runners from her Basford Grange yard near Leek: Theflyingportrait (2.25 GS Group Handicap Chase) and Golan Cloud (3.00 Glenearn Flooring Handicap Hurdle).

They will be out to try and emulate Jennie’s winning 99-1 double yesterday with Stop Talking and Red Giant. Both horses were ridden by recent Scottish National-winning jockey Sea Quinlan .

Theflyingportrait turns out in more humble surroundings after recent appearances at the Cheltenham Festival and Aintree Grand National meetings.

The 10-year-old is a past course and distance winner at Perth.
Golan Cloud is a newcomer to the Candlish yard, having previously been trained by Michael Winters in Ireland, and has yet to be in the money after five starts. Quinlan gets both rides again.