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About andycrooknews

Over forty years in racing and working his way up through the ranks from Stable Lad to Head Lad to Jockey to Trainer has given Andy invaluable experience in every aspect of the care and training of racehorses. He became a Racehorse Trainer in his own right in 2002 and is based in Middleham, North Yorkshire. Andy trains racehorses for Flat racing and for Jumps racing.

Two chances for Theo

The 100 Club horse, Along Came Theo has two entries this week and members will be keeping their fingers crossed that the current spell of winter weather doesn’t restrict his options.

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Ownership opportunity with a Lord!

5% shares are available in Lord Franklin, who has already won 11 races in his career. He will hopefully make his hurdling debut at either Sedgefield on Boxing Day or Wetherby the day after. Shares cost just £350 (including VAT) … Continue reading

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Positives for the future

The 100 Club‘s Jacarno ran well enough again yesterday and jockey Sean Quinlan gave us some positives to work on for the future.

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A Brace of Chestnuts!

Two chestnuts heading to Newcastle Races today. Dudette (right of photo) will be supported in the 1.05 by members of her Quartet, while members of The 100 Club will be out in force to support Jacarno (2.45).

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Ashgill action, Friday 24th November

Signify   Crakehall Lad & Dudette   Monsieur Bond gelding   Charm Spirit yearling        

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Still a star!

Andy’s Scottish Grand National winner Ryalux continues to enjoy his retirement. He will be 25yo in the New Year and has a few grey hairs to show for it!

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A Good Day at the Office! part 2

Four races after Jacarno’s, Theo went three places better and had members of The 100 Club jumping and shouting in the process! He looked like winning coming to the last but his eleven months layoff caught up with him and he went … Continue reading

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