Denis sent four runners down to Salisbury yesterday, where the ground was described as good to soft and proved pretty tough work from the outset. Iskaheen ran in the third race, making his debut in the second division of a Novice stakes for two year olds, Jockey Charlie Bishop reported that he ran too green early on to settle well and that he really didn't like the ground at all - finishing in seventh place. Now it is a matter of waiting with Iskaheen to find better ground before running him again. Supersonique (pictured with George Bass in the Poachers Dozen colours) ran very well indeed in her first handicap, keeping on very well to close on the front pair and see out the ten furlong distance really well. Hopefully next time she will be able to go out and win a similar race, having been under three lengths back in third place this time. Party Island (pictured) under Cieren Fallon was slightly disappointing as he hit the front way too soon - before halfway in his race. He ultimately got a bit lost out in front and faded inside the final furlong to finish third, beaten around four lengths. With better race positioning he is sure to return to winning ways very soon.