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Message from Rachel Flynn

Thank you owners and friends kind enough to be interested in my ride in the Town Plate in July. 

A couple of weeks ago it turned up again on BBC 1 Inside Out East as part of a feature on Newmarket and I am interviewed, I look knackered (I was)! 

I thought you might be interested to have a look see http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b07w44r4/inside-out-east-26092016 watch from 19.40 minutes, it is available for a further 17 days.

Thank you to everyone who helped me to raise this tremendous sum https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Rachel-Flynn7

Yearling for sale

Rae was successful in securing a good looking and substantial Poet's Voice filly from the family of Group 3 winning sprinter Rag Top and Windsor Castle Stakes winner Elhamri.  She is a half sister to Listed placed Dress to Impress and has been bought on spec to sell on in the yard.  Please call Rae for more details.    

Sales mania starts at Newmarket

Tattersalls October sales start off the Newmarket yearling sales season next week.  Rae will be attending throughout so if you are thinking of investing in a yearling or a share please contact him on 07711 301095.  Rae is also considering running syndicates as last year with three fillies and four share owners.  Again please email or contact Rae for more details.

Debut win for Ode to Glory

The Reprobates' Poet's Voice filly Ode to Glory ran a great race to get off the mark at Wolverhampton under jockey Martin Dwyer on Saturday night.  For the second time in a week Rae missed a winner due to car problems but hey who cares if they get their heads in front!  Ode to Glory hasn't run a bad race and showed guts and determination to prevail at a rewarding 16-1 to become the yard's first two year old winner of the year.  Well done to everyone concerned with Ode to Glory who continues the good run of the Reprobates!  

Noble Act holds on for second success

Noble Act put her best foot forward in Brighton's last race of the day when taking their five furlong Handicap Stakes with dogged determination.

She jumped well and was ridden prominently throughout under a well-judged ride from Jim Crowley; the filly had several of her competitors make late challenges within the final furlong, but held on to claim the prize by a neck at the line.

A good-looking daughter of Kyllachy, this speedy filly has been lightly raced and we hope that she will continue to do well for connections. 

Congratulations go to her owner, Mr Colin Murfitt, and Steve Davis who looks after her at home.