Wa'Ad, after her very promising debut run at Lingfield, will be continuing her racing career in Qatar - to be at the home track for her owner Mohammed bin Hamad Khalifa al Attiya. The Bramble Syndicate's Star Command, having passed her stalls test at Salisbury, ran her second race over the straight track at Chepstow. Michael Pitt got her away very well to race with the field through the first two furlongs, but the undulations and inexperience saw her fade in the second half of the race, and she will strip much fitter next time. At Newbury, Tony Killoran's gelding Party Island ran another six furlong race to follow on from his Salisbury debut. Once again he dwelt a little from the start, but he then moved up nicely to halfway, before being well outpaced by Smokey Bear and River Nymph, the Roger Charlton and Clive Cox trained horses, in the closing stages - Party Island was beaten a little under 12 lengths at the line. Hopefully he might find another race in early October.