Miss Osier gets the job done

We are thrilled for our owner Peter Saunders who sadly couldn't be there in person to see his horse Miss Osier do the business at Leicester on Saturday. Previously she has been placed twice but this time she took the lead a furlong out and stayed on until the line. She celebrated when she got home with Rae and her groom Charlotte with a glass of fizz! 



As good as ever

MIRZA did himself proud on Saturday in the Sprint Stakes (Group 3) at Sandown. Only losing out to the new course record holder 7 years his junior, he was well clear of the rest of the field to finish a strong second. Congratulations to his owners Chris and Lesley who bred Mirza and continue to have so much fun with this charismatic veteran.



So close!

We had two very closely fought runs this week with Lastmanlastround beaten by a neck at Kempton on Wednesday and Berryessa missing out by a short head at Catterick yesterday. 

It was Berryessa's first time on turf and the undulation of the track at Catterick caught her by surprise and unbalanced her. Unfortunately, she could quite gather herself again in time to take the lead.

They were good runs by both horses and not far off the mark but slightly disappointing for our owners Boot Sarratt and Mr & Mrs Perry Martin respectively.

Another win for Lastman

Lastmanlastround held on well to win this seven furlong Handicap at Brighton yesterday especially as the ground was not best suited to him.

This was a good opener to the four year old’s season and his first run since being gelded last year. He was certainly keen early on but David Probert got him settled and tucked in behind the leaders for much of the race. When asked to quicken and take advantage of a gap he duly obliged taking and holding the lead for the final 2 two furlongs.

Unlike his dam, Lastroseofsummer, also previously owned by Mr Eamonn Duggan and trained by Rae, he seems more suited to this distance but would benefit from a bit more give in the ground.

Congratulations to his owners, The Boot Sarratt Racing Syndicate, and Charlie who looks after him.

Twinkle, twinkle little star

Midnightly broke her maiden in style on her second outing last night at Chelmsford. Having got the hang of things at Lingfield a month ago, she dug in and really held her ground, leading from the start and finishing strongly. This home bred of owners Chris and Lesley Mills comes from a family of sprinters, many of which Rae has trained including Group 3 and Listed winner Miss Anabaa. We hope we have a future star in this willing and able little filly.