Welcome addition!

Following two recent retirements, it is good to have new horse in the yard. Please welcome Mr Brian Valentine’s 2yo chestnut gelding, Red Seeker. The horse is seen here at the Tattersalls Breeze Up Sale in May.

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Long awaited debut..

Liskeard is due to make his racecourse debut at Hexham tomorrow, hoping to justify the patience of his owners. Ideally he’d like the going to ease a little so any rain would be appreciated.


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Another retiree

Hot on the heels of Nashville, Python has also been retired following his race at Beverley yesterday.

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Nashville retires

After a successful racing career Nashville has been retired. He ran on the Flat and over Hurdles, winning 4 of his 44 races and finished 2nd or 3rd in another 11. He’s fallen out of love with the game and no longer enjoys his races.

He is 8yo, stands about 16.2hh and is sound with good conformation. He is a good ride but does jib.  5* only with previous experience of retired racehorse.

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New kid on the block

Meet our home-bred filly ‘April’ or ‘Bongo’ in Amy’s mind!

She’s a 3yo filly by Malinas out of Jontys’Lass and she arrived at the yard today to begin her racing career. April was broken in by Chris Dawson at Nunstainton Stud and her racing name will be Lady Babs.


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Two horses for two courses

After the excitement at Market Rasen yesterday, the yard’s business continues with two runners at two different meetings today.

Racemaker is up first at Ripon, a course he seems to like although he hasn’t won over today’s trip. Meanwhile on this evening’s card at Carlisle, Nashville runs in the Ladies Pro-Am race and will be ridden by the in-form Hollie Doyle.

Good Luck to both horses, their owners are great supporters of the yard.

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Well Done Dizzy, Nice One Nelson!

Yoredoingwell ran a pleasing race for members of The 100 Club yesterday. He led the race for a long way, just tiring in the last 2-3 furlongs. He almost set the race up for stable mate Dizzy Chief who took up the race as ‘Nelson’ faded. She looked to have a winning chance before she being passed inside the last furlong and staying on for a gallant 3rd place in her first race!

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