Beach claims Thirsk gold
Bondi Beach Boy completed a hat-trick as he took his career winning tally to seven in just under four months when successful at Thirsk.
The four-year-old, who began his spree on a mark of 46 at Catterick in May, defied of rating of 71 plus a 6lb penalty in the Bet & Watch With RacingUK's App Handicap.
Jim Turner's sprinter supplemented two recent wins at Beverley, where he has won four times in all, when overpowering the pace-setting Come On Dave inside the final furlong
The 3-1 favourite, ridden by PJ McDonald, kept on admirably to score by a length from Da'quonde, who collared Come On Dave for second spot by a head.
"That was grand. He's learning, he's getting to know how to race. If you watch his races now he's getting to know how to do it. Long may it continue," said the North Yorkshire handler.
"There's a few races at Beverley again, but we'll have to see how he is first."
Someone's Darling (7-2) made it three wins from her last five starts when coming out on top in three-way finish to the GBI Racing Welcome Nicosia Race Club Handicap.
Graham Lee urgings paid dividends as Jim Goldie's charge prevailed by a head from Bousatet with Marcus Caesar just half a length behind.
"She's a talented filly. We've been keeping to those sort of races, but she will probably have to move up a grade now," Goldie told Racing UK.
"She'll have to take on better horses now, but she's done it well and we're pleased with her."
Bousatet's rider, 7lb claimer Kevin Stott, was banned for two days (September 2 and 3) for careless riding.
Sound Advice (14-1) landed the James Herriot App Handicap in game fashion.
Tom Eaves sent the Keith Dalgleish-trained four-year-old to the front just under two furlongs out and he battled on well to beat The Osteopath by one and a half lengths.
Inyordreams came across from her far side draw to lead just over a furlong out and open her account in the British Stallion Studs EBF Maiden Stakes.
The 7-4 favourite, trained by James Given, had shown plenty of promise in all her three previous starts and was a ready two-and-a-quarter-length winner from The Hooded Claw.
The David Barron-trained Esteaming (4-7) duly landed the odds in the Watch Racing UK On Sky 432 Handicap in the hands of Graham Gibbons and Anna Hesketh steered Richard Guest's George Fenton (4-1) to a narrow victory in the Read Hayley Turner Every Friday racinguk.com Lady Amateur Riders' Handicap.
The Richard Fahey winning bandwagon rolled on when Bountiful Forest (10-3) outbattled the odds-on Baltic Spirit by a length under 7lb claimer Samantha Bell in the Download The Free Racing UK App Claiming Stakes.