Improver Intrepidly wins at Windsor


The son of Medaglia D’Oro, owned by Earle Mack and Tony Hind, got up late on to win a mile and a quarter handicap.

It was a progressive performance after a satisfactory seasonal bow at Sandown last month where Intrepidly was fourth.

Jockey Jamie Spencer brought the 5/2 shot with a sustained late challenge after he was held up for much of the race.

The duo took command in the final half a furlong and the winning margin was a neck.

Trainer Jeremy Noseda’s charge also won on his final start as a two-year-old, landing a Kempton maiden.

Jeremy said "He is a determined and tough horse.  He loved the fast ground and is now two wins from four starts.

"Hopefully he can keep improving through the rest of the season."