Jim Goldie is likely to keep Theglasgowwarrior busy after the four-year-old took the DM Hall Chartered Surveyors Cadzow Castle Handicap at Hamilton.
A 12-furlong handicap at Musselburgh on Saturday week possibly followed by a crack at the Cumberland Plate at Carlisle on June 27 could now be on the agenda for the four-year-old.
Theglasgowwarrior (8-1) was delivered late by Barry McHugh to collar top-weight Jabbaar, the 6-4 favourite, and land the feature by a neck.
“It was good. It was all down to the jockey, he got it right. He’s a nice horse. That was his fourth win for us since December,” said Goldie.
“We’re going to Musselburgh a week on Saturday next for a new race over a mile and a four. Then we’ll probably look at the Cumberland Plate.”
Roger Fell got a pleasant surprise when Dapper Man followed up a recent Ripon success in the Macroberts LLP Handicap.
The North Yorkshire handler only decided to head to the Scottish track as Dapper Man did not have to carry a penalty as his latest victory came in an apprentice race.
Tony Hamilton replaced claimer Ben Sanderson in this five-furlong dash and was at his strongest to see Dapper Man (6-1) repel the 13-8 favourite Jabbarockie by three-quarters of a length.
Dapper Man did not shirk the issue when his main rival drifted off the stands’ rail towards the centre of the course and kept going on a straight line to get on top close home.
“He did it really well. I was quite shocked, actually,” said Fell.
“We weren’t going to go there but the last trace he won was an apprentice race so he had no penalty.
“He got reassessed and in theory he was 5lb well in, so I’d like to think he won’t be put up that much, but we’ll have to see.”