It is not just Lee Westwood, who is great from. His horse Hoof It has won the Qatar Stewards’ Sprint Stakes and has made him very proud.
The nine year old horse is still energetic and kicking and is on target for heavy betting at the Goodwood. Lee has to make a lot of ground in the ongoing US PGA championship in New Jersey and could take a bit of inspiration from his horse that has steamed apt 28 rivals to win the opening race at Glorious Goodwood.
The result was a big booster for Lee Westwood’s horse rider and its stable staff. There is no doubt that Westwood would be really glad to hear this news. He shared his excitement on Twitter and praised his horse and the staff. The news came just two hours before Lee would be hitting the golf course. There is no doubt that he will be in a better frame of mind to play the rest of the tournament in New Jersey and sometimes might even spring a surprise at the golf course.
Westwood had a scoring of one under par at the midway point of the US PGA championship in New Jersey and is 8 points behind the leaders Robert Streb and Jimmy Walker. ‘Hoof It’ is owned by Lee in partnership with his agent Chubby Chandler. It has delivered a huge punch on an important occasion and this win can rub on to Lee and drive him to perform the best at the golfing event.
Lee’s nine years old horse is trained by Englishman Mick Easterby was looking at a 22-1 shot when the betting opened and then went on to enjoy a starting price of 8-1. The horse took an early lead and clung on to the lead till the finish to help his jockey Nathan Evans celebrate his 19th birthday with complete joy.