Owned by patrons of the White Swan in Bewdley, the 5-1 shot (backed at 8-1 in the morning) chased the leaders until driven to the front by David Probert over a furlong out, and he kept on gamely for a head success from Billberry
Stuart Williams, trainer of Billberry
"We're hopeful he can win again.
He saddles Learo Dochais here jjWhat they say Stuart Williams, trainer of Billberry
"He seems to be in good form.
He will just need luck in running from there and I am expecting Billberry
to trade a lot shorter than his pre-race mark in running.
The Essex Racing Club, who suffered more than most with the loss of Great Leighs this year, added a third winner since last month with the success of Billberry
in the second division of the 6f handicap to go along with the two recent wins from their Red Suede Shoes.