Gamble landed as Louis Steward completes double on well-backed Corazonada
Market-mover Corazonada gave jockey Louis Steward reason to celebrate as he made it three wins from his last four rides with a double at Yarmouth.
The Ismail Mohammed-trained Corazonada, available at 11-1 with bookmakers this morning, went to post for the 1m3½f handicap with a starting price of 100-30.
The four-year-old filly had a best placing of fifth in five previous starts, but the combination of quick ground and the first-time booking of Steward paid off for punters as she won comfortably by two and a half lengths.
Mohammed was quick to praise Steward after the win. "He has been coming in and riding with us in the stable, so we like to help him and give him more horses from us in races," he said.
It was Steward's first winner for Mohammed and he told Sky Sports Racing: "I want it more than ever and I'm working very hard in the mornings. Every opportunity I get I'm very grateful for."
Corazonada's win completed a double on the day for Steward after he struck with the odds-on Power Of Beauty in the 7f novice stakes for Hugo Palmer.
Steward's brace followed a win and a close-fought second at Lingfield on Monday.
"It's nice to hit the odd purple patch and long may it continue," Steward said.
Pearson and Stone combine again
Also on form was apprentice Laura Pearson, who had her second winner from just three rides for trainer William Stone.
Pearson, enjoying her best season with 32 winners, edged out 5-2 favourite Camerily Joe in a photo-finish aboard 20-1 shot Little Sunflower.
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