Team Candlish make a bid for a change of fortunes at Nottingham Races

STAFFORDSHIRE Moorlands trainer Jennie Candllish (pictured) makes a bid to get back on the winning trail with two runners at Nottingham Races today (June 27).
For Jim. owned by Jennie, went close to claiming victory over fences at Southwell on Monday- beaten only half a length by race favourite Buck Dancing – which may indicate the Basford Grange yard, near Leek, could be about to end a recent barren spell for winners.

One of the stable’s stars, Show Palace, runs in the 4.50 5f apprentice handicap at Nottingham with top apprentice Rossa Ryan in the saddle.
The six-year-old is a course and distance winner but has yet to record a win after six starts this season.
Team Candlish also have stable newcomer Camacho Man entered in the opening auction maiden stakes for two-year-olds.
Camacho Man is an unknown quantity to punters and is a rank outsider at generous overnight odds of 66/1 to win the race.
The Irish-bred chestnut colt is out of Ezilii (Ire) by Lawman (Fr) and is owned by Whites Property Limited.