Mania rides winner on Kelso return
The Galashiels-based jockey, who was still in hospital after being injured in a fall at Hexham when the Borders track last raced, was at his strongest to get Sue Smith’s ten-year-old home a length and a quarter ahead of Super Ally.
Wilson Renwick received a two-day ban (13 and 14 May) for using his whip above the permitted level on the runner-up.
Mania said: “It’s always great to ride a winner at Kelso. This horse has deserved a nice race as he ran a blinder when second last time at Newcastle.”