The John Dance owned HOT NATURED...
Tue, Feb 14, 2017
The John Dance owned HOT NATURED ran a very credible debut narrowly denied by Signe the half sister to LORD SHANAKILL costing a whopping 1.1 million as a yearling. Hot Natured travelled very strongly in a moderate run race and drew clear with Signe in the final furlong, she should come on for the run and gained some experience having never been on a racetrack.
Yard stable star and Champion sprinter...
Tue, Feb 14, 2017
Yard stable star and Champion sprinter QUIET REFLECTION is enjoying being back in work and cantering away. Here she is leading the string down on to the Low Moor Gallops.
LADY CRYSTAL broke her maiden at Newcastle
Wed, Feb 8, 2017
LADY CRYSTAL broke her maiden at Newcastle under a great front running ride from Ben Curtis. We were delighted to see her get off the mark for her patient owners Champagne Charlies club. She is a free going filly but Ben managed to hold on to her enough early to get her home in front holding off some late challenges. There were some great scenes from delighted owners caught on camera in the paddock.
UPGRADE having his first run at Southwell on Fibresand under Dougie Costello made it a winning one and did it in good style drawing well clear of the pack after making the running. He is a horse who enjoys it out in front and seemed to relish the change in surface. He was later sold at the Tattersalls Feb sale.
EDGED IN BLUE returning from a break put in a good effort under Jordan Vaughan finishing second to an impressive type at Lingfield. She should come on for the run and should benefit for an extra furlong.
PERCY VERENCE was an unlucky third at Newcastle having had to come around the field on the bend to get a run after a messy slow paced race. A decent consistent gallop would suit him much better.
FEAR THE FURY under Jordan Vaughan second time out
Wed, Jan 18, 2017
took the Wolverhampton maiden in good style. He is a beautiful looking son of Elusive Quality that has been working nicely at home so we were delighted to see him get his head infront.
NICK VEDDER was unlucky not to break his maiden on the third time of asking at Newcastle when getting trapped behind horses and not getting a clear run through until the final furlong when the leader had already got away from the pack.