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|Street Power wins at Kempton for his shareholders - making it his tenth win of his career|
|DATE POSTED: 20/01/2014|
Gallant 9YO Street
Power, training by Jeremy Gask in Wiltshire was the toast of the
town at Kempton on Thursday evening as he pounced at the furlong
marker and kicked clear to record his tenth career win...
Street Power got his just desserts last night at Kempton, his favourite racing venue, following a number of very good performances on the All-Weather.
The Jeremy Gask trained gelding may be reaching the twilight of his racing career, but that didn't stop him putting in a barnstorming performance to win the closing six furlong handicap for his shareholders.
Street Power at Lingfield
Ridden by Sean Levey, Street Power was always travelling well and took up the running just under a furlong out and then stayed there all the way to the line despite being strongly pressed by three other horses all the way there.
Sean Levey told shareholders "He knows this course so well - he knew when to go and just did enough to keep them all at bay. I thought we might have gone too late, but in fact it was too soon - he idled in front once he got to the lead, probably because he knew he had them beat."
As well as his tenth win, this was Street Power's seven win at Kempton, in a career which has lasted seven seasons so far. And there is still life in the old man yet - he travelled so well, he can surely remain competitive in this grade and higher.
There are still a few shares remaining in Street Power for his All-Weather season - priced at only £59.00, they are great value - but we expect them to sell out quickly after this latest performance!