Jockeys are not only there to win races but it is also incumbent on them to provide feedback to trainers after riding work and after a race.
Nooresh Juglal has mountains of experience and after riding work for Duncan on the filly Wildly In Love suggested that he fits a tongue-tie to prevent her from holding her breath.
Muzi Yeni rode the filly first time up with a tongue-tie and was narrowly beaten. He then suggested that Duncan look for a five-furlong contest.
Valuable advice from both jockeys as Wildly In Love showed prominently all the way at Scottsville yesterday and kept on strongly to comfortably hold the opposition at bay.
Wildly In Love has always shown potential and Dave MacLean should have some fun with her.