Rookie trainer Olly Murphy has entered a host of runners for Fakenham’s six-race card on Monday in a bid to add to his already impressive eight winners from 26 runners in north Norfolk this National Hunt season. Murphy, who began training at the start of 2017 from his base at Warren Chase in Stratford, has been an immediate success, with 35 winners from 173 runners to date. Before going solo, Murphy spent four years in Ireland as assistant at the very successful stables of Gordon Elliott.
It was a case of ‘bonne annee’ as French jockey Maxime Tissier took the feature race at Fakenham’s New Year’s Day meeting on grey gelding Artifice Sivola for Newmarket trainer Lucy Wadham. Artifice Sivola won the North Norfolk Handicap Hurdle on New Year’s Day last year and repeated the feat under Tissier, winning by 37 lengths. Tissier was enjoying his second win in England, having won at the last Fakenham meeting. He made every yard on Artifice Sivola as rivals fell by the wayside.
A highly competitive six-runner North Norfolk Handicap Hurdle is the feature of the New Year’s Day six-race action at Fakenham. Two recent Fakenham scorers tackle last year’s winner of the contest in the 20-furlong 1.55pm event in heavy ground following recent rain. Last year’s winner, Artifice Sivola, from Lucy Wadham’s Newmarket stable, has a first run over hurdles since scoring a year ago. After that win the grey gelding went chasing, finishing runner-up three times in five outings.
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