Horses in Training - 3 Year Olds




b f  Born To Sea - Rhapsodize (Halling)

(The Reprobates)

Another particularly well bred filly purchased at the 2017 October sales. She is by Born To Sea, an Invincible Spirit half-brother to champion Sea The Stars out of a mare who has had six winners from seven runners. She comes from an excellent female family of Hooray (champion European 2-year old filly in 2010) and many other Cheveley Park Stud winners. She has taken some time but has now has two runs under her belt.


ch f Sir Percy – Blush’s Gift (Cadeaux Genereux)

(Mr Enno Albert)

A lovely filly by Dewhurst and Derby winner Sir Percy who stands nearby at Kirsten Rausing’s Lanwades Stud, she is out of a full sister to the Listed winner Rambling Rose from the Notnowcato family synonymous with Southcourt Stud.  Rae was delighted to buy her Enno Albert who has been very patient. She now has two runs under her belt. 

Fen Breeze

br f Bated Breath – Ruffled (Harlan’s Holiday)

(Mr Colin Murfitt)

Another one by high class sprinter Bated Breath, from the good Juddmonte family of Group 3 winner Mirabilis.  Colin Murfitt bought Ruffled at the 2013 December sales, Rae won with her before she was covered and now he has successfully trained her daughter. This is her first season on the track and she has a win and a second so far. We are excited to see what else she can achieve.

Land of Winter

b g Camelot – Gaselee (Toccet)

(Mr Paul Smith & Rae Guest)

Another by high class Derby winner Camelot, this good looking horse is the last foal of his dam Gaselee.  She was a winner and Listed fourth for Rae and was from the good Niarchos family of Group 1 winners Hernando and Johann Quatz. Land of Winter had 3 runs as a two year old colt and has now been gelded.


ch f Siyouni x Kincob (Kingmambo)

(Mr Anthony Rogers)

This attractive filly is by French sire sensation Siyouni (Pivotal), sire of Group 1 winners Ervedya and Laurens from the successful Rogers family of Irish 2,000 Guineas winner Bachelor Duke, she has a lovely pedigree. She won first time out as a 2 year old and has been knocking at the door this year but is only lightly raced so far. 

Capla Berry

b f Roderic O'Connor x Salsa Brava (Almutawakel)

(Strawberry Fields Stud )

This filly is out of Salsa Brava, placed second in both the Lowther Stakes and Cherry Hinton Stakes at two, by Roderic O’Connor who was himself a Group 1 winner at 2 and won Irish 2,000 Guineas at 3 and by the all-conquering Galileo.  She is home bred at Strawberry Fields Stud and yet to run.


b f Fast Company – Featherlight (Fantastic Light)

(Miss Victoria Markowiak)

This attractive filly came into training late as a two year old, she is by Fast Company, a lightly raced top-class 2yo who is proving a good source of speed and is the sire of Group 1 classic winner Jet Setting.  This filly has not disappointed, breaking her maiden on her second outing. Delighted for owner/breeder who has dreamt of having a winner from a home bred. This is hopefully just the beginning Vicky!


ch f Showcasing - Mina (Selkirk)

(Mr Chris Mills)

This filly is a half sister to former stable star Listed winner Minalisa and this year’s winner Minoria, making her dam Mina (also owned by Chris Mills, trained by Rae and ridden by Robbie Mills) the dam of five winners from five runners.  Great to have another generation of this successful family in the yard.  

Denis the Diva

b g  Aussie Rules – Lunarian (Bahamian Bounty)

(FTP Equine Holdings Ltd)

This three year old gelding was homebred by his owner and was formerly in training with Marcus Tregoning for whom he was placed at two.  After a couple of runs earlier this year he has been transferred to Rae for a change of scenery.  He is an attractive horse out of a winning mare. 



b f Dark Angel - Blancmange (Montjeu)

(Purple & Yellow)

She is a twice raced three year old filly bought out of William Haggas’s yard in Tattersalls July sales for Purple & Yellow Syndicate. By top stallion Dark Angel out of a Montjeu mare she is an interesting new recruit and it is early days but she is settling in well.