27-07-2019 10:40:49 in General by Admin
You Caught My Eye made a highly pleasing winning debut in a mares’ bumper at Uttoxeter late on Friday. A shrewd purchase in Eire at 2,500euros in 2017 by Marie McGuiness, who broke her in and brought her on. Martin Rowe saw her at Marie's - the mare "caught his eye"!  Will Biddick pre trained her for a few months prior to coming to us and she arrived in good condition 2 1/2 months ago...

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14-07-2019 11:07:33 in General by Admin
Ennistown doubled his score over fences with a really pleasing success in the Class 3 Novice Chase at Newton Abbot on Saturday. He is proving to be a wonderfully versatile campaigner and was winning for the eleventh time in his career at the age of nine, taking his career winnings to over £105,000. Ennistown was bred by Darley, and has been rated over 100 on the flat. He won five times on ...

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28-06-2019 19:59:31 in General by Admin
Ennistown justified the decision to send him on the long journey North to Cartmel with a pleasing success on Friday in a Class 4 Beginners’ Chase over two miles and five furlongs. A versatile type who has now won on the flat, over hurdles and fences, he travelled nicely just off the pace before easing ahead on the long run-in and finishing four lengths clear of Francky Du Berlais. In recor...

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10-06-2019 20:22:37 in General by Admin
We are excited to be offering this NEW opportunity in horse ownership. Anthony has selected and bought 3 young horses - all  proven winners of Point to Points this Spring, with plenty of potential.  There are 40 shares available in the 3 horses. Each share is £6125 for which you have an interest in all 3 horses. BLEUE AWAY (IRE) KILCONNY BRIDGE (IRE) WAGNER (IRE) Monthly ...

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18-05-2019 15:24:34 in General by Admin
I am pleased to report that Rex Dingle is making good progress after the fatal fall of Soulsaver at Ffos Las on Tuesday. He spent the next 48 hours on his back at Glangwili Hospital in Carmarthen having various tests, scans and X-rays. These revealed that he has fractured the C7 vertebrae in his neck. Rex is now in a neck brace but the diagnosis is encouraging, and all being well he will be...

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08-05-2019 21:22:44 in General by Admin
There is no place like Fontwell for Soulsaver who achieved his third success at the Sussex track on Wednesday in just over eighteen months. An hour later Marilyn Monroe completed a fine evening for the team with a cosy success in the concluding bumper in the colours of the Some Like It Hot syndicate. We were hopeful of another good run from Soulsaver at his favourite course. But he still had a f...

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11-04-2019 19:54:16 in General by Admin
We have taken the decision to retire Ms Parfois following a tendon injury to her near fore. It is the latest blow for the yard during a frustrating season, when a combination of the virus and unseasonably quick ground over the winter have restricted opportunities for our horses. A fortnight ago we had such high hopes that Ms Parfois would run a big race in the Grand National at Aintree, followin...

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17-03-2019 10:10:00 in General by Admin
We enjoyed our best day of the season so far on Saturday with Ms Parfois a gallant second in the valuable Midlands Grand National and Duhallow Gesture and Shapiro both successful at Fontwell. It is great to have the team back in form again after a mid winter shutdown when they were off colour with a virus. Acey Milan was another to run well on Saturday when third in the £50,000 Marston&rsq...

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06-03-2019 20:03:39 in General by Admin
Urca De Lima dug deep to beat her sole rival Little Rich in the staying novice hurdle at Fontwell on Wednesday. An hour later Lily The Pink looked like providing us with a double in the bumper but was just edged out of it by Eglantier after running green in front. On a day when many trainers and jockeys boycotted the meeting in protest at poor prize money at racecourses run by ARC I chose not to...

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13-02-2019 19:40:55 in General by Admin
It was good to see Acey Milan break his duck over hurdles at Plumpton on Wednesday as racing resumed after a frustrating six day shutdown. Victory didn’t look that likely on the final bend where he was headed after making much of the running in the opening novice hurdle. Two miles round a sharp track was never going to be ideal for a horse that stays so well but Acey Milan showed a very wi...

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