We didn't think much could top FRUITY
O'ROONEY's second at Ascot last month but he went one better at Kempton on 27th December, netting a first prize of over £12,000 and delighting his many followers. He returned at 12-1 so it's no wonder they were all smiling!
Once again he did it the only way he knows how, leading for the entire three miles and seeing off one challenger after another. His task was made
easier by two challengers falling at the last two fences but while our horse once again jumped to the left at most fences, he never looked like falling and he came home a 3 31/4 length
FRUITY's willing attitude inspires great loyalty among his 20 owners, and 19 of them were there to cheer him home. Gary Moore's post race
interview gave much deserved credit for the win to the horse's biggest fan, former jockey Philip Hide, who bought the horse for us and who rides him every