HAVANA GREY takes the National stakes...
Sun, May 28, 2017
HAVANA GREY takes the National stakes (Listed) at Sandown leading from pillar to post under a positive ride from PJ McDonald. Havana Grey was sire Havana Gold's first stake winner and he did it in impressive style. He is a lovely straight forward colt who we have always liked and has stepped up and improved from each of his runs. He had a good draw at Sandown so we decided to send him forward and make his own running but we think he prefers a horse to aim at so we were delighted to see him stick on well up the Sandown hill. He looks set to head to Ascot now but no firm decision has been made to what race.
RAYDIANCE finished second...
Wed, May 24, 2017
RAYDIANCE finished second on his first racecourse outing, the son of Mayson was another of ours to enjoy the rain softened ground and they drew clear of the rest of the field.
MUSIKEL ran a pleasing race on turf to finish third after winning his first start for us on the all weather at Newcastle.
UNFORTUNATLEY stamped his authority ...
Tue, May 23, 2017
UNFORTUNATLEY stamped his authority on the competition in the Hamilton maiden winning decisively by 3 lengths under Clifford Lee. He is a lovely straight forward colt who we have always liked.
MJJACK relished the rain which had turned the going at Doncaster soft and under Clifford Lee he won the seven furlong handicap.
SIMMIE purchased at the sales last winter by John Dance to eventually take her place in his breeding operation added to her black type by going down narrowly in the Listed fillies race at Newbury. She loved the soft ground and put up a great performance to finish second only beat a head.
BORN TO BE ALIVE having his racecourse debut...
Wed, May 17, 2017
BORN TO BE ALIVE having his racecourse debut at the age of three under Clifford Lee confirmed the promise he has shown as at home to be narrowly denied going down by only a nose to finish second at Wetherby in the one mile two furlong maiden. He has always been a bog raw horse and needed time so we were delighted the patience paid off and he put up a very good effort for his first ever run being slightly green in the finish.
STAR OF ZAAM another new comer this time a two year old colt after running green in the early stages flew home to take third position being beaten less than half a length. He can be a bit quirky at home but handled his debut very well and behaved impeccably.