LUCA Cumani is one of British racing’s leading trainers, having enjoyed top-class success all over the world. Cumani has successfully overseen the careers of many great racehorses, achieving multiple Classic triumphs at home and abroad.sassa

Born and raised in Italy, racing was in his blood as the son of champion amateur jockey Elena and champion trainer Sergio Cumani. He followed in both of their footsteps emulating first his mother and then his father. He was drawn to England in the mid-1970’s obtaining the position of assistant trainer to Henry Cecil.

Here Luca began a tie with Newmarket that exists to this day. He acquired the historic Bedford House Stables in 1976 in his own name and a ceaseless supply of winners has been the result.


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Listed Success For Aljezeera

Going way back to the first Saturday of October, we saw Coolongolook make a very promising first start when finishing third in a maiden at Newmarket. He is a big, long horse and got a little unbalanced before making up some good late ground. He may well have another run and a more galloping mile

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Three Strikes For So Sleek & Warsaw Road

Last week began well, with the first of three more winners coming at Chepstow on Tuesday. Spinnaka’s first victory was well overdue considering that she has finished runner up on six previous occasions, and she received a good ride from Luke Morris in a first time visor. So Sleek (pictured) landed her hat trick under

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Runners Review

There were no more winners to report from last week, but both Aljezeera (pictured) and Pacharana ran excellent seconds at Doncaster’s St Leger meeting. Aljezeera dead-heated for second in the Group 2 DFS Park Hill Stakes, improving for the step up in trip and looking much more professional than she had done at York. She

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Rigoletto Impresses At Chepstow

We started well last week, with Alwaysandforever’s win at Brighton followed by victories for Rigoletto and Chocolate Box on Wednesday and Thursday respectively. Rigoletto (pictured)seemed to enjoy a switch to more positive tactics at Chepstow and won in an impressive fashion. He handles soft ground so he will probably run again before the season ends.

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