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Final share available in Syndicate

We still have one 25% share remaining in our most recently formed syndicate - the three exciting fillies, pictured enjoying some free time out in the paddocks this week, are (L-R) by Canford Cliffs, Dandy Man and Kyllachy - more details on the fillies involved can be found on the Horses for Sale page.

 

    

Rae is very pleased with all three; they are nicely bred fillies and are progressing well in their training.

The basic form of the syndicate is four partners, three horses and a fixed fee per month (£10,000 + VAT buy-in per 25% share, plus £1,500 per month per 25% share). These 25% shares can be split further between owners if this is something you and some friends would like to get involved in together and form a quarter share.

This format allows owners to spread the risk of ownership between a number of horses and to share the fun of racehorse ownership with a group of like-minded partners.

This is something we have undertaken previously at the yard and have found it to be a great success – colours, names etc. are all still to be decided, so owners have the chance to get involved in every aspect of racehorse ownership.

Please call or email for further information or to arrange a visit:

Rae – 07711 301095        Office – 01638 661508         Email – This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

AHT Charity Race 2016

Budding jockeys are preparing to fly past the winning post of one of the most iconic racetracks in the UK to raise funds for the Newmarket based veterinary charity, the Animal Health Trust. Three Jockeys in contention for the title on 25th June are Elizabeth Evans, Hetta Stevens and Verity MacMahon.

Hetta previously worked at Chestnut Tree Stables as Rae's Assistant and Verity has ridden out for the yard on a number of occasions - so the yard already has links to two of the three announced riders.

Of course, we wish all those taking part the best of luck and importantly hope that as much money as possible is raised for this deserving cause.

It is a once in a lifetime opportunity for these enthusiastic (and brave!) riders, battling it out over one mile of the Newmarket July Course, cheered on by the crowds in the AHT Gala Day grandstand.

Click here to watch them in action at The British Racing School!

You can also find out more about the AHT Gala Race Day and the work the charity undertake by clicking here.

 

Charlotte Clayton makes racecourse debut

Charlotte Clayton makes her racecourse debut today aboard one of the yard's most recent additions, Opera Buff, in the TTS Networks Apprentice Handicap Stakes (Class 6) at Lingfield (17:35).

This first ride for Charlotte looked unlikely earlier in the year, however with the support of Rae (and many others) she was granted her Apprentice Licence in March and her dream of riding professionally took one step closer to becoming reality.

Charlotte has the full support of the yard and we all wish her the best of luck!

 

Show Stealer steals show

Show Stealer made a faultless start to her three-year-old campaign as she stormed clear in the final furlong to claim the Betfair Price Rush Sprint Trophy (Class 2) at Newmarket this afternoon.

The daughter of Showcasing, who was twice a winner at two, was held up in the early stages of the 6f dash before coming with a late flourish at the furlong pole, under a perfectly timed ride from Martin Dwyer.

She showed great potential during her juvenile season, starting with two wins form two runs before stepping up in class, and the filly has clearly trained on well with this successful seasonal debut.

Congratulations go to the owner, Mr Colin Joseph, and also Charlotte who looks after her at home.

 

Khismet returns to winning ways

Khismet, a dual-winner at two for Rae, added another success to her record sheet when taking the Ryan Asset Management Selling Stakes over 1m 2f at Lingfield Park this afternoon (Monday).

After jumping off well, the daughter of Kheleyf was given a front-running rider under Charles Eddery, and was travelling best of the five runners at three-out; approaching two-out she had her rivals hard at work and extended her advantage within the final furlong to win readily by seven lengths.

Congratulations go to Rae who owns the filly, Sille who looks after her at home and, of course, Charles for the ride.