Both of Una Loughrey's horses acquitted themselves really well on the early evening card at Windsor yesterday, with each of them seeming to appreciate the nice racing ground at the Thames side track. Charlie Bishop gave Iskaheen a positive forward ride from the start in his Novice Stakes, breaking well and racing prominently to show that he is learning all the time on just his third run. Now he should be able to go on and win a race, as here he ran a great race and he held on well for third at very long odds, just over two and four lengths behind the front pair who finished off the race well inside the last of the six furlongs. Lisdarragh bumped into another very well handicapped opponent once again in Red Flyer, so he was foiled in his bid to complete his second win under a good ride from claimer Harry Burns. He showed that he remains in very good form and that he runs very well each time on this track, so hopefully he will soon be able to go on and win again for connections, just over a length behind at the post this time in a clear second to make his form figures 3222 since his midsummer win at Windsor.