A Great Honour!

The horses continue to run right up to form with Honourary Gift   winning at Sedgefield.   In the last fourteen days up to Friday 23 rd March - 67%  and the overall percentage of winners to runners is 15%, with 26% winning over fences and 15% over hurdles (stats courtesy of Racing Post ) Both Foxey and Ettila de Sivola ran excellent...
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A Quieter Week

A quiet week on the racing front but the workload at the yard remains the same which constantly reminds us how grateful we are for all our dedicated stable staff who continue to nurture the horses whether they are racing or not. Sam Cottrill is back from his four week Foundation Course at the British Racing School in Newmarket where he excelled...
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Three in a Row!

The horses continue in good form and we have had a winner on each of the last three Saturdays.   We reported on Ascot de Bruyere winning at Newcastle on the 23 rd February in our last blog and this was followed up by Empire de Maulde   at Doncaster on the 2 nd March and Charmant at Ayr on the 9 th...
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Ascot has All the Answers!

Ascot de Bruyere winning again at Newcastle with Steven Fox  Gemma has proved to be a huge asset to the yard combining office work with taking the horses racing.   She has also been particularly successful at sourcing young horses that have done well.   Bingo d’Olivate – who loves the mud – has already won this season and For Three has run two...
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Back on Track

After six days of shut down because of Equine Flu, racing resumed again on Wednesday 13 th February but all horses have to have been vaccinated within the last six months or they cannot race and there is also a 10 day withdrawal period after vaccination.   As James routinely vaccinates three times a year this was not a problem for the yard....
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