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£26,000 Yearling purchase Mr Wagyu wins class 2 at York

Mr Wagyu who I purchased as a yearling for £26,000 won a class 2 nursery handicap at York racecourse on Saturday 15th July. The improving son of Choisir now boasts form figures of 6211 and landed this £10k to the winner prize under jockey Tom Marquand for trainers John & Sean Quinn. Congratulations to his owners The New Century Partnership. […]

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4 Wins from last 6 starts for breeze-up purchase Fethiye Boy

Fethiye Boy who I purchased for £16,000 as a breeze-up horse made it 4 wins from his last 6 starts when winning the Class 3 5f sprint at Sandown on Friday. The 3-year-old gelded son of Pastoral Pursuits has loads of speed and tends to make all in his races and managed to just hold on here in the competitive […]

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Tasleet provides Royal Ascot Group 1 update for Coach House foal purchase

Royal Ascot has been and gone but there was a very important update for a foal I purchased last November. The foal in question is a daughter of Coach House (who himself was 2nd in the Norfolk Stakes Gr.2 at Royal Ascot in his 2yo year) and is a 3-parts sister to 2017 Group 2 winner Tasleet – I purchased […]

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Perfect start to career for Arqana breeze-up purchase Model

I was delighted to have been at Doncaster on Saturday night to see recent Arqana Breeze-up purchase Model win on debut. The daughter of Mastercraftsman was an expensive purchase having cost €320,000 but she looks like a very exciting prospect and won in good style over the 7f distance. The market seemed to suggest it was between herself and Sultanaa, […]

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Bath Racecourse double as Pixeleen & Fethiye Boy win

The winners keep rolling in which is great news and Wednesday 28th June saw a double on the card at Bath as Fethiye Boy and Pixeleen both won. Fethiye Boy was a £16,000 breeze-up purchase and he has now won 3 races and won more prize-money than his purchase price. He is a gelded son of Pastoral Pursuits and is […]

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£48,000 Yearling purchase Speed Company wins Class 3 race off 96

Speed Company who I purchased as a yearling for £48,000 won his 5th race when winning a class 3 at Ayr on Saturday 24th June. The 4-year-old son of Fast Company was winning off a mark of 96 and will now likely see a rise to 100 or above. Congratulations to his owner Mrs May Moo and to his trainers […]

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£26,000 Yearling purchase Mr Wagyu wins 2yo novice race at Ripon

Mr Wagyu who I purchased for £26,000 as a yearling won a 6f Novice race at Ripon on Thursday 22nd June. The son of Choisir improved for his debut when 2nd at Thirsk on 5th June and improved again to win this 6f event from previous winner Collingham Park. Congratulations to his owners The New Century Partnership and to his […]

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Class 3 win for horses-in-training purchase The Statesman

The Statesman who I purchased as a horse-in-training out of Ballydoyle in October 2016 showed what a smart prospect he is with victory in a Class 3 race at Sandown on Saturday. The gelded son of Zoffany was making his first start on a fast surface and quickened up well in the final furlong and looks an exciting horse for […]

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Black-type earned by £24,000 Yearling filly purchase Pixeleen

A huge Well done to trainer Malcolm Saunders after his filly Pixeleen who I purchased as a yearling for £24,000 earned herself some black-type at Salisbury yesterday. The daughter of Pastoral Pursuits is closely related to Royal Ascot Gr.1 entry & 2017 Group 2 winner Priceless and has been very progressive and consistent in her racing career to date. Always […]

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Breeze-up purchase Benjamin Thomas wins maiden by 8 lengths

Benjamin Thomas who I purchased as a breeze-up horse for 25,000gns won his maiden over 6f in some style on Saturday when winning by 8 lengths. The son of Mayson has been ultra consistent in his races to date without getting his head in front but he made no mistake over the 6f trip at Catterick under jockey Jason Hart. […]

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