KRB purchases continue to do well with some nice winners the last couple of weeks. Alright Sunshine won his third bumper when easily scoring at Musselburgh, under Brian Hughes for Keith Dalgleish in the Paul and Clare Rooney colours. He may now take on a flat campaign and looks a lovely young horse.

First Drift stayed on strongly to win the handicap hurdle at Newbury for Ben Case in the colours of Carolyn Kendrick and ridden by her son Max. This was First Drift’s sixth win since being purchased by KRB after winning his sole point to point.

Who’s My Jockey won the handicap hurdle at Doncaster for the Rooneys by ten lengths. Trained by Philip Hobbs this was his fourth success since being bought by KRB as a store.

Onthefrontfoot won the bumper for Donald McCain at Sedgefield. He was bought by KRB as a foal for a client who then sold him as a store.

Good Boy Bobby looks a very exciting prospect when winning the novice hurdle by a distance at Southwell for Nigel Twiston- Davis and Paul and Clare Rooney.

Another lovely horse for the same owners and also trained by Nigel is One For Rosie who was beaten a short head in the EBF novice handicap hurdle final ( Grade 3) at Sandown on Saturday under top weight. He like Good Boy Bobby was bought as a store by KRB.

Tomorrow is the start of the Cheltenham Festival and KRB have around a dozen runners purchased by them. They wish their clients the best of luck for the week.