Looking For The Line!

Plenty has been happening since our last blog.   The highlight was the aptly named Hold Onto The Line  who held on gamely to win his second race at Musselburgh on 25th March by a neck!  This was their Go North Series Finals meeting and their last jumps fixture which in glorious sunshine attracted a large crowd. Hold Onto The Line winning at Musselburgh...
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Coming and Going

There has been plenty going on in the yard over the last few weeks with two of our stable stalwarts retiring and exciting new horses arriving.    Ascot de Bruyere was purchased privately by James in 2016 from French trainer Antoine Lamotte D’Argy in 2016.   This good-looking son of Kapgarde was a Newcastle specialist who won four of his six races for us there...
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First Over The Line at Musselburgh

After an exciting January with a 27% strike rate, things have been a little quieter in February but there have been some encouraging results not least Hold Onto The Line’s win at Musselburgh at for the partnership of Carruthers, Drew, Kesson and Phillips at 33/1!   It was great to have Colin and Eileen Kesson and Richard and Lavinia Drew with us to celebrate....
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Roco Romps Home

The horses are continuing to run well with Lord Roco winning at Newcastle and Escapeandevade running another very good race at Wetherby.   Below are some interesting statistics for James and Alan Doyle. Lord Roco with Alan Doyle winning at Newcastle Haydock Park – 4.15 1 mile 7 furlong Handicap Hurdle Trainer RTF % (Run to Form) James Ewart                       65% Dr. Richard Newland     ...
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The Great Escape

We had an exciting start to the New Year on the 2nd January when James saddled the first two home in the 2 ½ mile Novice Hurdle at Ayr.   Briony recently purchased the winner Escapeandevade from well-known bloodstock agent Tom Malone.  This has turned out to be a shrewd move as just before joining the yard he won a 3 mile Maiden Point-to-Point...
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