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Three, two, one - Boom!

Rosardo Senorita ran a great race yesterday at Kempton in the Fillies' Novice Auction Stakes. She has been building up to a win and the mile and the all weather seemed to suit her well. She galloped on strongly and went well clear of the rest of the field in the final furlong. This was only her third run having had a third and  second previously. Owned by Top Hat & Tails and bred by one of the syndicate members she has already given them some great result as a 2 year old with lots to look forward to next year.

 

Marmite!

They say horses either love or hate Southwell a bit like Marmite. Well it turns out Land of Winter is a bit of a fan. Running in the last race of the evening, Land of Winter made light of an up in trip distance despite being caught on the outside for much of the race. Then just over a furlong out he started to leave the rest of the field in his wake winning by 11 lengths.

He's entered up next week, again at Southall.  Lets hope he can repeat the performance ahead of the Tattersalls Autumn HIT sales next month. 

 

Kachumba gets 7th career win

One of our favourites, Kachumba, added another win on Saturday to her tally this time at Lingfield, NOT Brighton,  in the Class 4 Handicap over 7 furlongs. That makes seven wins in all.

She has given The Bucket List Racing Syndicate a fantastic season. For most of its members, this has been their first time in racehorse ownership. The syndicate was set up as a taster experience at a fixed price of £3,000 for the year and has delivered everything we hoped it would to help encourage new owners into the sport.  So what about joining us in 2020?

Victory dance

This strong filly with a great attitude has been knocking on the door in her maiden season but has been unlucky. This was Poets Dance's fifth run, having achieved three seconds and a third (first time out) on previous occasions. She was definitely in command this time and achieved a well deserved win in the EBF Novice Stakes at Lingfield yesterday. Owner Joyce Wallsgrove was thrilled. She can now hopefully relax and enjoy her filly's racing. Thanks to Pat Cosgrove for giving her a very positive ride.

Back to Back Wins at Windsor

Show Stealer had another great run at Windsor yesterday winning the Fillies' Handicap Stakes (Class 4) by a length and half. This win comes off the back of her success in the Windsor Sprint Series Finale at the end of July which put her up 3lbs. She ran a great race, this time with Richard Kingscote on board and without cheek pieces. This morning she is fresh and well - in fact you wouldn't know she had been to a race. She is looking very pleased with herself!