SCOTTISH trainers accounted for five of the card’s seven races at Musselburgh on August 11.

Keith Dalgleish and Iain Jardine both had doubles, while Mark Johnston – originally from Aberfoyle – saddled Yorkidding to win the feature handicap.

Dalgleish and Jardine, who both hail from Hawick, have their yards in tremendous form and are firing out the winners.

Kikini Bamalaam posted a 7-1 win for Dalgleish’s Carluke stable in the seven-furlong nursery, before stablemare Whatsthemessage followed suit to head the seven-furlong fillies handicap.

Tackling the trip for the first time, Kikini Bamalaam seemed to appreciate the good gallop.

Whatsthemessage had been raised six pounds after her recent Thirsk victory, and she stayed on resolutely to post a third success from five starts.

Carrutherstown-based Jardine enjoyed a quick-fire double to land the final two races on the card.

He sent Thorntoun Care from his Hetland Hill stable to win the 1m 4 ½ furlong handicap, and then saw Golden Jeffrey take the concluding two-mile handicap.

Both were ridden to victory by the in-form stable conditional Jamie Gormley, from Langholm.

Gormley gave Thorntoun Care a great ride, to get up by a nose, while Golden Jeffrey made all to score on his handicap debut.

At Newmarket, Titi Makfi justified favouritism to head the fillies handicap for St Boswells owners Paul and Clare Rooney.

Keith Dalgleish continued his victory trail at Ayr on August 12 where he completed a double.

Maulesden May was the 6-1 winner of the 1m 2f handicap, before Inglorious landed an 8-1 success in the seven-furlong handicap, in the hands of Hawick jockey Rowan Scott.

Maulesden May was recording a third win from four starts.

Duncrievie trainer Lucy Normile saddled Remember Rocky to win the lady riders’ handicap under Northumberland jockey Catherine Walton.

Hawick jockey Jason Hart rode Chebsey Beau to a 7-1 win in the concluding 1m 7f handicap.

At Ascot, Glasgow trainer Jim Goldie saw Euchen Glen post a 7-1 win in a valuable two-mile handicap.

Irvine jockey Danny Tudhope is also in great form and completed a victorious treble at Haydock on August 10.

Tudhope rode Haworth to win the six-furlong sprint, before partnering Sainted to land the six-furlong fillies handicap.

He then added a further success when riding Always Thankful to head the one-mile fillies handicap.

The Ayrshire jockey was in the winner’s enclosure the previous afternoon at Pontefract when he partnered Mutadaffeq to head the feature handicap.

He was also successful at Haydock on August 12, riding Fire Brigade to win the one-mile handicap.

David Allan, who also hails from Ayrshire, rode Attention Seaker to an 8-1 win in the two-mile handicap at Catterick on August 8, and was also successful aboard Relight My Fire in the one-mile handicap at Musselburgh on August 11.

Keith Dalgleish’s Belstane Stables is in great heart, and he saddled Miss Bar Beach to win the seven-furlong nursery on August 10.

Hawick jockey Jason Hart rode Size Matters to head the seven-furlong handicap at Ayr on August 14.

Galston trainer Mike Smith won the one-mile handicap with 10-1 chance Chinese Spirit.

Jim Goldie posted a 5-1 win in the five-furlong handicap with Star Cracker.

Iain Jardine accounted for the concluding 1m 2f handicap with Sepal.

At Ripon the same afternoon, Danny Tudhope added another double, riding Voicemail to win the fillies novice stakes, and Fire Leopard to take the 1m 4f race.