Horses in Training - 3 Year Olds

Alaskan Bay 

3 b f Kodiac x Party Appeal (Mr Greeley)

(Reprobates Too Syndicate)

By Kodiac, the sire of the bijou Tiggy Wiggy and a consistent producer of early 2 year olds, this is a good moving filly who is a late foal and so a touch on the small side. Luckily for us, as otherwise we couldn’t have bought her!  She is out of a Mr Greeley mare who is closely related to Flying Childers winner and stallion Zebedee.

Winter Waltz

3 b f Frozen Power x Quail Landing (Mark of Esteem) 

(Reprobates Too Syndicate)

Her sire Frozen Power was the Godolphin-owned 2009 German 2000 Guineas winner.  He is a half-brother to top-class Finsceal Beo. This one is a thoroughly likeable filly who walks well and is related to Group 3 winner and Group 1 performer Enforcer and Listed placed Canaveral.  

Roman Spinner

3 Ch f Intikhab x Pompeia (Singspiel) 

(Reprobates Too Syndicate)

This attractive filly is the first foal of her dam, a two year winner by Singspiel who was rated 80 and is a half sister to two small black type horses. Intikhab is a proven high class sire, most notably of multiple Group 1 winning fillies Red Evie and Snow Fairy and Rae was pleased to get her at the sales.

Tiara Gold

3 ch f Poet’s Voice – Dress Code (Barathea)

(BB Bloodstock and Rae Guest)

A rangy filly who is from the proven winner producing family of Rag Top and Colmore Row, five of her eight siblings have won, including the Listed placed Dress to Impress.  Poet’s Voice is a leading second season sire by the mighty Dubawi, and the sire of our own Ode to Glory, a winner at two last year.

Dame Nellie

3 b f Aussie Rules – Eminencia (Sadler’s Wells)

(Miss Kirsten Rausing)

This one is from the family that we know incredibly well, that of the yard’s dual Group 1 winner My Emma and such good horses as Sagaro Stakes winner Mizzou, our own Moments of Joy, Light of Morn, Classic Cliché and MutinyontheBounty.  She is a half sister to Archduchess, herself a winner for the yard by the late Lanwades stallion Aussie Rules, the sire of Group 1 winner Fiesolana.



3 b f Thewayyouare – Gaselee (Toccet)

(Mr Paul Smith and Rae Guest)

Rae trained the dam, Gaselee, who was a three time winner for the yard and is closely related to Hernando and Johann Quatz.  Her first foal is Girlofinkandstars whom we definitely intend will win!  Thewayyouare is a royally bred Group 1 winner chiefly known as the sire of Toast of New York.

Dash of Orange

3 b f Lethal Force x Princess of Orange (Dutch Art)

(Mr Colin Joseph)

This strong looking bay filly is from the first crop of July Cup winner Lethal Force out of our own Princess of Orange, bred by Cheveley Park Stud and a very good filly in her own right, achieving a BHA rating of 91.  This one is her first foal and she sadly died giving birth to her, let’s hope she can scale the same heights as her illustrious parents for owner/breeder Colin Joseph.

Eternal Destiny

3 b f Poet's Voice x Mrs Mogg (Green Desert)

(4G Racing)

This filly is the second foal of the winning Green Desert mare Mrs Mogg from the very fast family of Listed Prix de Saint-Georges winner Maybe Forever and the Group 2 Prix du Gros Chene placed Easy Option, races won by our own Millyant and her son Mirza.  She looks like she is going to take a little time to come to hand but certainly has the conformation to be a fast horse. 

Dance Legend

3 b f Camelot x Syvilla (Nayef)

(Mr Tim Cooper)

This active filly is from the first crop of Derby hero Camelot, whose offspring are eagerly anticipated.  Her dam Syvilla was trained by Rae to win and be placed second in the Listed Hoppings Stakes in 2009 and here is her final foal.  We are delighted that hands on owner/breeder Tim Cooper of Nuthurst Farm Stud has entrusted us with the responsibility of training her.  


3 b f Mayson x Native Nickel

(The Storm Again Syndicate)

This leggy filly is a half sister to 7 furlong – 1m 1 furlong multiple winner Five Cents from a winning family.  She has worked well but taken time to come to hand and ran a good race first time out at two years old.