IAIN Jardine enjoyed a 100 % strike rate at Hamilton on July 20, when the Carrutherstown trainer’s two runners were both winners.

Yes You was the 3-1 winner of the six-furlong handicap, before Tor completed a quickfire double to head the stayers handicap in the hands of Langholm jockey, Jamie Gormley.

“He loves it out in front and is quick enough to get there,” said the victorious 7lbs claimer, after Tor scored by a head.

“He is a lovely, game little horse and as soon as he hears them behind him, he keeps going, keeps plugging on and he stays,” he added.

Yes You, described as 'a gutsy little filly' by her trainer, was scoring at the seventh attempt. “She has been showing us a bit at home and was obviously getting a lot of weight off the other horses today – the three-year-old allowance at this time of year is brilliant,” said Iain.

“She ran well first time out at Donny, having been off the track for a long time and at Ayr she followed it up with another good run.”

He said he felt the stiff six-furlong trip had suited his charge, and is hopeful she may get further, as 'she stayed on strongly.'

The Hetland Hill handler has his stable in great form and two days earlier had sent Vercingetorix to land the two-mile handicap at Thirsk on July 18.

Stable apprentice, Jamie Gormley’s last two rides for the Jardine yard have been winning ones, and he added a third success when riding Paul and Clare Rooney’s Kashmiri Sunset to land the concluding 1m 5f handicap at Ayr, on July 24.

He had also added to a successful seasonal tally when partnering the Ron Barr-trained Midnight Warrior to head the apprentice handicap at Redcar the previous day.

Another trainer in great form is Keith Dalgleish, who completed a double at Ayr on July 24,

He sent Crazy Tornado from his Carluke stable to win the one-mile handicap and then saw Maulesden May post a 16-1 success in the 1m 2f race, both ridden by former Grand National-winning jockey, Graham Lee.

Glasgow handler, Jim Goldie, also had a winner at the meeting, when Cheeni clinched the six-furlong handicap by a head over her three stablemates who finished second, third, and fourth.

At Cartmel the same day, Langholm-based trainer, James Ewart, saddled Ange Des Malberaux to a 12-1 win the concluding two-mile handicap hurdle race. The winner carried the colours of Jedburgh owner, Ann Fraser.

Hawick-based trainer, Alistair Whillans, also had a winner at the Redcar on July 23, when Alexandrakollontai posted a 16-1 victory in the fillies’ handicap in the hands of Rowan Scott.

Irvine jockey, Danny Tudhope, is also in tremendous form and he rode Breanski to win the concluding one-mile handicap at Thirsk on July 18. Tudhope also headed the last race at Hamilton two days later, winning aboard Haymarket.

The 3-1 chance is trained at Galston by Mike Smith and produced a game performance to record a fourth career success. He was also in the winner’s enclosure at Beverley, on July 24, riding Arcane Dancer to a 5-1 win in the seven-furlong handicap.

Danny Tudhope rode a long priced winner at Hamilton on July 21, when partnering Classic Seniority to a 16-1 success in the six-furlong handicap.

Carluke handler Keith Dalgleish completed a treble at the meeting. It began with a quickfire double when Han Solo Berger won the six-furlong novice stakes, before stablemate Glenrowan Rose was the 16-1 winner of the six-furlong handicap.

Of Han Sol Berger, Dalgleish commented: “It was a good effort last time as he was drawn on the wide outside and the form of that race has worked out well.

“He was perhaps idling a little at the finish as he did prick his ears thinking he’d done enough. There’s no reason to step him up in trip just yet as he’s shown plenty of pace here.”

He said Glenrowan Rose had proved a frustrating filly. “I’m just delighted she’s shown what she can do. We thought it was crucial that she was able to get out in front and make the running and those tactics have worked for her.

“We’ll be looking for a decent fillies’ handicap for her next and take it from there.” Amy Blair then completed the victorious hat-trick in the concluding one-mile handicap.

At Cartmel, on July 22, Langholm jockey Dale Irving rode Miss Mackie to win the two-mile handicap chase.

The 6-1 chance is trained at Galston by Mike Smith, who said: “She has taken a while to come to herself but we have ironed out a few issues and she’s a tough mare.”

At Market Rasen, Jedburgh jockey Callum Bewley won the two-mile handicap chase on the Lisa Harrison-trained Muwalla.

On the Flat at Ripon, Hawick jockey Jason Hart won the 1m 4 handicap on 5-1 chance Indy.

St Boswells owners Paul and Clare Rooney had a winner at Uttoxeter on July 19 when Lieutenant Gruber posted a 2-1 success in the two-mile novice hurdle race. The six-year-old is trained in Warwickshire for the Borders couple by Dan Skelton.