Franny Norton in full flow at Bath
Last Updated: 30/03/18 5:47pm
Franny Norton enjoyed a Good Friday to remember after winning each of the four races on a truncated card at Bath.
Three races at the Somerset venue were abandoned 30 minutes before the start of the meeting, with one part of the round course before the left-hand bend deemed unraceable.
That left just four contests on the straight track and Norton revelled in the mud to complete a near 189-1 four-timer.
The veteran Liverpudlian jockey got the afternoon off to a flying start aboard Mick Channon's 11-4 chance Dan's Dream in the Betway Novice Stakes and swiftly doubled up with the same trainer's Izzer in the Betway Conditions Stakes.
Izzer was a 5-4 joint-favourite to supplement his debut success in the Brocklesby at Doncaster last Saturday and did so in good style.
Norton's other two winners came for trainer Ron Harris, with Under The Covers scoring at 4-1 in the Legg Family Celebration Conditions Stakes and The Daley Express striking gold at 7-2 in the concluding Andersons Handicap.
Bath confirmed in a statement that the track's owners Arena Racing would provide #300 to each of the owners of the 29 horses in the three races which were abandoned.
Any jockey at the racecourse who ended up without a ride was given a #125 riding fee, while all racegoers will be offered a two-for-one deal on tickets for another raceday at Bath this year.