Over the last week horses from the yard have competed at a variety of tracks on very different going conditions. Keeper's Choice hurdled really well at Huntingdon but failed to stay the 2 miles and will revert to a mile on the flat next week. Tiar Na Nog ran on very holding ground at Bath, which she did not relish and she finished a little over seven lengths off the winner in a competitive handicap over an extended eleven furlongs. In his first race experience, Sheila's Spirit really pleased jockey Aidan Coleman, finishing less than ten lengths back in a good Market Rasen bumper race over thirteen furlongs. On the same day Givepeacechance was sent up to Wolverhampton for a race a little over two miles. Unfortunately when she went to the front midway through the race she allowed the pace to slacken and so she did not draw the sting from some of the closers in the field. Although she kept on well, she became a little swamped up the home straight and was beaten to the line by just over four lengths. On ground at Windsor which remained heavy - after last week's abandonment - Jerome Power sent off the mare Power Home much too quickly with the favourite, and they cut each others' throats to ultimately fade away quickly when the lightly weighted winner kicked clear from the half mile post. Sweet Charity raced on the all weather at Kempton, and she was a little keen early, but still well in touch after a mile, finally weakening when beaten inside the last furlong or so of the 1m 3f contest.