The 100 Club: web update

The 100 Club’s web page has been updated and many members are now internet stars!

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New Year(ling) Resolution?

The most recent arrival in the yard is a yearling colt by up and coming sire Charm Spirit bought last week at Tattersalls Book 2 Sale. He’s a very impressive individual who looks more like a 3yo. He will be gelded sooner rather than later.

A limited number of 5% shares are available to purchase at £400 each and then £80 +VAT per month, all-in. He looks so much better in the flesh! Please contact the office on 01969 640 303 or email andycrookracing@gmail.com to arrange a viewing.
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Our stars of the future

Some of the younger residents of Ashgill, stars of the future hopefully.

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Wet, grey weather but the future’s still bright!

Around ten members and their guests made it to the stable visit despite the miserable weather and road closures on the A1. Sausage sandwiches, plenty of tea and coffee and the customary Ashgill welcome from Andy and his staff soon brightened things up!MemsLMG_14Oct

We watched Theo working on the Low Moor gallop before seeing him in the yard with our other Club horse, Nelson.

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Double the fun!

Members of Andy’s racing club, The 100 Club, will now have two horses to follow as Nelson (Yoredoingwell) and Theo (Along Came Theo) will be running on their behalf.

Two horses for one year for one payment with members receiving 1% of the ‘net’ prize money the horses win. Bargain!!

Come and meet the horses at the Club’s stable visit, Saturday October 14th 10.00-12.00.
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First time…

Yesterday, Dave Carter’s unraced gelding by Smadoun, Emporteparlafoule, was sat on for the first time. Great riding skills from Aidan!

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Winners in the making..

Two of the boys, ‘Harry’ & ‘Fred’ practise their stalls work:

Meanwhile two of the girls refine their jumping skills:

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