Start of Turf Season..
Tue, Mar 31, 2015
We started the turf season off at Doncaster and Kempton where YOUARTISONFIRE ran a great race to finish 3rd in the Spring Mile for the second year in a row. He seems to thrive on running fresh and was given a fine ride by Silvestor De Sousa.
HEAVENLY RIVER also ran a very respectable race in 3rd in the Apprentice handicap under yard apprentice Jordan Vaughan she was hampered early in the race but made good head way at the finish and we are hoping she can get her head in front soon.
Thank you to OLBG
Tue, Mar 31, 2015
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THE 2015 FLAT SEASON ISN'T FAR AWAY!
Mon, Mar 16, 2015
We are now gearing up for the start of the flat season with plenty of horses ready to run weather/ground depending. We have still be ticking away with a few runners on the Allweather and should have one or two runners for the All weather champions day at Lingfield on Good Friday where there is some great prize money on offer.
SKINNY LOVE having won her first two races since joining us was just touched off when going for the hatrick at Kempton under her usual rider Joey Haynes. The slow pace wouldn't have suited but she ran a credible race to finish second.
MEDIA HYPE got his head back in front dropped in grade and tried first time at Southwell. He is a horse with plenty of ability but unfortunately plenty of niggly problems to go with it. Having previously won a Listed race for us we were delighted to see him back in the winners enclosure under a fine ride by Ben Curtis.
DOUBLE AT LINGFIELD
Mon, Feb 23, 2015
RIVELLINO takes the Listed sprint at Lingfield which qualifies him for the All weather championship Sprint final which he was placed third in last year. After over 200 days on the side-lines Rivellino stamped his authority on the field when tracking the eventual second throughout the early stages and nailing him in the final strides. He should come on for the run and we will be very hopeful for a good draw and a bit of luck in the final.
SKINNY LOVE having won on her debut for us a week ago made it two from two under Joey Haynes stepped up in trip to seven furlongs which her pedigree suggested would benefit her.