Alfred Nobel 5yo Chetan made it two in a row when easily winning the Kempton Hcp (1600m) at Kempton Park on Wednesday.

Chetan, the 5/1 favourite, led and then sprinted clear to score by over a length for jockey Joshua Bryan and trainer Charlie Wallis.  He was on a seven-day back-up after a similar win at Kempton.

Wallis could turn him around again for the Broomfield Hcp (1600m) at Chelmsford this Thursday, September 21.

Alfred Nobel, winner of the Group 1 Phoenix Stakes and Group 2 Railway Stakes in Ireland, stands for $4,500 at Lynward Park in Bullsbrook.

Meanwhile, Trade Fair 7yo Riponian made all the running to upset equal-favourites Champion Harbour and State Residence in the Racing UK Hcp (1400m) at Musselburgh on Saturday.  It was his 5th win in 34 starts for Girsonfield Racing’s trainer Susan Corbett.

He follows WA-bred Trade Fair 4yo A Fair Lady who won the TABTouch Maiden (1400ms) at Belmont last Saturday.  She motored home from last to score for part-owner and trainer Donna Riordan.

Trade Fair, the sire of 233 individual winners and with feature winners in the world’s major racing centres, stands in association with Lynward Park for a $5,500 fee at Alwyn Park, Serpentine.

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Trade Fair gelding pictured at Susan Corbett’s stables in Northumberland