Into battle she went!

CRY HAVOC broke her maiden in the Fillies's Novice Auction Stakes over 6 furlongs at Kempton yesterday. Rae felt she would run a big race but being only her second run she is still learning and a good experience was key. Rob Hornby certainly gave her that! Having ridden the filly first time (getting a second) he got her in a nice midfield position and was in touch with the leader a furlong out before finding another gear and finishing strongly. Look out for this super filly in 2020. She has a lot of promise.

Another great result

Show Stealer proved she is still in great form winning at Kempton last night in a competitive sprint Handicap. She had a good draw and jockey Cameron Noble made the most of this advantage before shaking her into the final furlong. She cruised into the lead and won by a convincing margin. There aren't many more opportunities in 2019 for this yard favourite but it would be great to send her to stud having notch up one more success.


The thrill of racehorse ownership

CRY HAVOC made her debut at Kempton this week giving The Musketeers their first runner from this 3-horse syndicate. It was a promising start with a strong 2nd in a competitive field.

Our syndicates have enjoyed a great 2019 season. The Bucket List Syndicate brought together lots of first time racehorse owner's. They had a fabulous summer with 3 wins and 2 places out of 9 runs with a horse called KACHUMBA.

With comments such as:
“She gave me an amazing season and summer and I can’t thank you all enough. She is a wonder lady who loved the hard going and showing those boys how to do it. Thank you Rae for an awesome season. One I will never forget.“

“Still buzzing from Monday at Brighton what a great feeling when it all comes together and Kirby gave her a great ride”

If you would like to join an existing syndicate with us or form your own for 2020 please get in touch. For more information call Rae on 07711 301 095 or Lulu on 01638 661508.

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.



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.