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Doug Fout saddled four winners a Orange County Point-to-Point

Doug Fout won four races, including the Open Timber race at the Orange County Hounds Point-to-Point in Middleburg, Va., on April 1, and Neil Morris trained two winners, including the winner of the Open Hurdle.

Four Virginia Gents' Albus, trained by Fout and ridden by Kieran Norris, won the George E. Ohrstrom Memorial Open Timber by  2 1/2 lengths over Gordonsdale Farm's Canyon Road, trained by Christopher Kolb and ridden by Jeff Murphy, with Only Charity, owned by Magalen O. Bryant, trained by Richard Valentine and ridden by Shane Crimin, finishing third.

Albus went to the lead right from the start and led throughout the race, and Canyon Road rallied for second but couldn't catch the leader.

 

IN THE MAIDEN Hurdle, Fout saddled Beverly Steinman's  Bullet Star, ridden by Norris, to win by 3 lengths over Ellerslie Farm's King of the Road, trained and ridden by Jeff Murphy, with Bridge Builder, owned by Celtic Venture Farm, trained by Eva Smithwick and ridden by Darren Nagle, finishing third.

Bullet Star went to the front with about a mile to go and won easily.

Fout also saddled both winners of the split Maiden Flat race, Steinman's Perfect Union, ridden by Norris, in the first section and Steinman's Negotiate, ridden by Barry Foley, in the second section.

Morris saddled Mrs. S.K. Johnston Jr.'s Mutasaawy, ridden by Foley, to win the Locust Hill Open Hurdle by 1 1/2 lengths over Sempre Medici (Fr), owned by Irvin Naylor, trained by Cyril Murphy and ridden by Nagle, with Swellelegant, trained by Norris, owned by Thomas Hulfish II and ridden by Michael Mitchell, finishing third.

Mutasaawy also went to the lead right from the start and was never headed.

Morris also trained Buckshot Racing Stables' Longing to Travel, ridden by Nagle, to win the Maiden Timber by 2 1/2 lengths, with Fout training the second and third placed horses, Bryant's Last Farewell, ridden by Norris, and Ernest M. Oare's Appoggiatura, ridden by Foley.

In the Maiden Hurdle, New Saloon, owned by Timber Town Stable, trained by Madison Meyers and riden by Norris, won by 2 lengths over Jump Through It, owned by Steinman, trained by Fout and ridden by Foley, and Confederate, owned by Mrs, George Ohrstrom & Helen K. Groves, trained by Valentine and ridden by Crimin, placed third.

In the Open Flat, Murphy saddled Brook T. Smith Investments LLC's Paddy Wagon, ridden by Graham Watters, to win by 1 length.

Khafayya (Ire), owned by Sharon Sheppard, trained by Leslie Young and ridden by Eddie Keating, won the Novice Rider Flat, and Trustifarian, owned by Rebecca Sheppard, trained by Daniei Bourke and ridden by Crimin, won the Virginia Bred/Sire Flat race.

 

 

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