ODELIZ ran a blinder to finish second in the Group 2...
Tue, June 17, 2014
ODELIZ ran a blinder to finish second in the Group 2 fillies mile
at Epsom on Oaks day, she split two Group 1 fillies and we are looking
forward to plenty more big days with her.
CAFE CORTADO got us another two year old winner on the board when
winning over seven furlongs at Yarmouth under Joey Haynes, she showed a
really tough attitude to battle hard to keep her head infront.
TRUANCY got his first win on turf at Doncaster under a fabulous front running ride from Danny Tudhope.
Ronya was once again narrowly denied finishing second at Leicester
in the claiming race, she has been very consistent and will hopefully
get her head in front soon.
YEEOOW finished third at
Doncaster, the race wasn't ran to suit him as they went steady early and
he couldn't get any cover, he is a horse that is suited much better
being tucked in off a fast gallop so there is still improvement in him,
he is likely to head to Ireland for the big sprint on Irish Derby Day.
TICKING KATIE came back to abit of form when finishing third in a
very competitive three year old race at Sandown, she was a very nice two
year old so were hoping she can get back to winning ways.
The super consistent mare TRIXIE MALONE may be blind in 1 eye...
Thu, June 5, 2014
The super consistent mare TRIXIE MALONE may be blind in one eye but
it really doesn't stop her from battling hard! She has won her first
three outings this year and then went on to be a close second at
Leicester under her usual rider Joey Haynes.
ISHIKAWA is becoming one of the yard favorites and is defiantly
apprentice jockey Robbie Fitzpatrick's as they teamed up again to win at
Sandown they make a good partnership and have gone from strength to
YOU'RE FIRED a new recruit made a winning start at Haydock, this
lovely looking son of Firebreak did amazingly well to win after getting
trapped in on the rail and then hampered only to get a clear run to
victory in the closing furlong, there looks to be much more to come from
BOLD PREDICTION has been unlucky not to have won his last three
races having being beat fractions his latest at Ripon having made all
the running only to be denied on the line.
WE'LL SHAKE HANDS
led from pillar to post at Carlisle under an inspiring ride by Danny
Tudhope to win for the first time this season, the second in his
NATURAL ORDER finished third in a very competitive Novice stakes,
the ground dried out which was against him but we were happy with his
performance and think there is more to come from him.
PHANTOM ran well in defeat in third place at Yarmouth ridden by Peter
Sword who was having his first ride for us and his first ride in two
years on a racetrack.
RITA'S BOY ran another solid race even after again...
Sat, May 24, 2014
RITA'S BOY ran another solid race even after again being slow away
from the stalls and then not handling the steep down hill run at
Hamilton in the first part of the race, he was detached from the rest of
the field but as soon as he hit the rising ground flew to make up many
lengths and pass most of his rivals to finish third. He is a winner
waiting to happen once he gets the hang of jumping quickly.
BOLD PREDICTION was again unlucky in the class 2 at Ripon under
Joey Haynes after being boxed in most of the way round he got out to
chase the winner home grinding him down with every stride to be denied
only by half a length.
CAPRIOR BERE having his debut at Redcar under Philip Makin ran a
solid race to finish second, the ground changed on the day to good to
firm which didn't suit him and after being very quick away from the
stalls was probably out in front long enough aswell.
MR MATTHEWS ran a blinder at Ascot under Ben Curtis...
Thu, May 15, 2014
MR MATTHEWS ran a blinder at Ascot under Ben Curtis, he got
slightly hampered coming out of the stalls and was always a little
further back than ideal but he ran on strongly to finish third in a
competitive race and we might now step him upto one mile.
ANGUS OG had his first attempt at six furlongs on rain softened
ground at Ripon and seemed to relish it as he stormed home under a well
judged ride by our apprentice Joey Haynes. ARAN SKY was unlucky not to
break his maiden as he got collared in the final strides by a fast
finisher having drawn seven lengths clear of the rest of the field.
There should be a win in him shortly.
BALTIC FIRE was another horse unlucky not to get his first win, he
has been placed many times through the winter and with the ground being
softer than ideal he did well to only be denied by a head.
finished third in the Group 2 at York behind two group one horses, she
ran on well to take third having had to switch twice in the final two
furlongs. Being a big scopey filly she ideally needs a strong pace and
kept in a nice rhythm to do her long stride justice.