Kirkland Bar donates horse race winnings

Lisa’s cousin Mandy works in the Kirkland Bar in Fife in Scotland. Most of the customers are keen racing fans so they had a bet on Lisathedaddy when she won the Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund Handicap, and donated all of the winnings to the charity. Many thanks to everyone up there in Bonnie Scotland.

Lisathedaddy wins ‘The Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund Handicap’ and raises over £1000

For the fourth time in thirteen outings Lisathedaddy romped home to victory in a race sponsored by Tricia and Clive’s company SES Autoparts. The race had been named after the charity to raise awareness for the Lisa Wilson Scholarship Fund. Over 20 friends and family joined Clive and Tricia to watch this exciting race unfold at Lingfield, once again Lisathedaddy proved to be ‘the daddy’ winning by a length. Ridden by Richard Kingscote who rode a great race she accelerated away down the home straight to win by a length living up to her reputation as favourite. In an emotional prize presentation Clive Wilson presented Tricia with the trophy, great thanks must again go to trainer Brendan Powell and everyone else concerned. A collection was held on the day by students of Southampton Solent University where Lisa studied and over £1000 was raised for the charity.

Lisathedaddy wins in style

Monday 19th February saw Lisathedaddy return to the race course after an 80 day lay off. Returning to Lingfield on her favoured all weather surface she had moved up to the 76 mark to compete in her most competitive race to date. Once again jockey Richard Kingscote took the reins for what was to be a highly competitive and exciting race run over 1m 2f. Having started well she drifted back but Richard got her into a great position as she came round the final bend where she charged into the lead to win by a length. This really was her best race to date and the good news is that she keeps improving, no doubt the handicappers will add a little more weight next time.

Tricia and Clive were truly ecstatic with the win and her amazing record of 3 wins in twelve outings.

Lisathedaddy comes home first in the Pontins Handicap Stakes.

Lisathedaddy wins in photo finish

The race was an apprentice handicap stake and jockey Richard Kingscote had a great ride, he saw a gap on the inside and LISATHEDADDY came into the final furlong with a great burst of speed and managed to hang on at the line. With a starting price of 10-1 there were many happy friends and relatives! This was her second win and she will be running again at Lingfield on Sunday November 5th, look out for the fire works!

Lisathedaddy’s owner, Tricia Wilson receives her second winner’s trophy.