Winning double on the Scottish Borders for horseracing trainer Jennie Candlish

A delighted Jennie Candlish.

STAFFORDSHIRE Moorlands racing trainer Jennie Candlish registered a winning double at Kelso today with Bryden Boy and Golan Cloud.
Jennie had extra cause for celebration as Golan Cloud was winning in her ownership for the first time.
The seven-year-old tasted victory in the closing 2m 4f handicap hurdle at odds of 11/2.
The veteran Bryden Bay belied his 10 years by winning the 3m1f hurdle for owners Alan Baxter and Brian Hall. It was his sixth success and was returned at odds of 7/2.
Both horses were ridden by Sean Quinlan and made the 400-mile return journey up to the Scottish Borders pay off handsomely for the Basford Grange stables near Leek.
The two victories gave the yard a 21 per cent strike rate for the past 14 days.