Gorgeous young horse with an excellent attitude. Since his purchase at the Tatts Cheltenham sales in December he has had plenty of experience here at Potwell - galloping upsides and jumping in the indoor school. He takes everything in his stride and nothing fazes him. He’s now having a well earned Summer holiday at grass to let him grow on and mature further and once he comes back into training in August everything will be geared towards his debut run in a bumper this November.
This exciting young gelding is by the renowned sire Milan. He is out of Boro Bee - a mare placed in 3 bumpers, who is by Bob Back - a fantastic pedigree line.
His grand dam Boro Bow, won 3 times and was placed in the Stanley Cooker Champion Novice Hurdle (Gr 1) at Punchestown, behind Istabraq, and was also 3rd in the Tatts EBF Mares Championship Final Hurdle at Fairyhouse (Listed). She is already dam of 3 winners including 5 time winner Baltic Pathfinder and 3 time winner Ri Na Deise.
Anthony believes that he is a very promising prospect. As you can see from the videos he moves exceptionally well and has a great action - just what you would want to see in a young horse. He also has the size at 16'2hh, and scope to both hurdle and chase and from what we have seen both on the gallops, schooling over jumps and around the yard he is very straightforward.
Click this link HERE to see his pedigree.
Check out the progeny of Bob Back mares here, kindly produced by our yard sponsor Geegeez.co.uk
This horse is being syndicated with Anthony by DECIMUS RACING and will be sold in 10 shares at £8,500 + VAT each, then a monthly cost of £190 per month from the 1st November 2019. As an owner you will be at the yard and on the gallops regularly.
Below are videos showing his breeze up, and with Rachael Honeyball on our gallops.
For further details and to come and view him, please contact Anthony on 07815 898569
UPDATE : BORO TARI - his 2013 half sister, by Goldwell, in training with Henry de Bromhead and has been placed in her last 2 bumpers this Spring. Only beaten by around 3 lengths in both.
He is now newly named- BOB BACKUS - bringing in the name of his dam's sire, Bob Back, and named after the world record holding hammer thrower.