As we move into November the stable has been busy sending out runners to Kempton Park, Lingfield Park and Chelmsford for all weather action. On Monday at Kempton Sonnetina ran yet another very good race, back down to a mile this time. After slightly missing the break and having been drawn wide, jockey Harry Burns got her to finish really fast and claim fourth place just over four lengths back from a good winner. With a sharper break Harry felt he would have readily taken second place and she will run again very soon. Party Island raced over 1m3f at Kempton and was also drawn quite wide out so had to race three wide all the way. Hayley Turner felt that he still held a good chance of at least being placed two out, but he did get a bit tired inside the last furlong and he will definitely come on for having raced well after a short break in what was a highly competitive event. Patroon was never able to get racing at Lingfield despite Laura Pearson's urgings over twelve furlongs, and this time he was always in rear and not able to compete with his rivals. Yesterday My Ambition ran well again, showing his liking for Kempton and also dropping back to seven furlongs. He was pushed back a little too much early on and then came with a very fast run when George Bass produced him in the straight, and he was only beaten just over two lengths in fourth as he finished best of all runners. It seems likely that he will be winning very soon, and today Wonder Starelzaam heads up to Chelmsford's 4.25 race seeking to double up on his impressive victory last time out, from which he is set to go up nine pounds in the ratings. Hollie Doyle takes the ride and fingers are crossed for James Kerr's gelding this afternoon.