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Shares available in horses running this week

Saaheq is a high-class sprint handicapper, the winner of five races and £71,527 in prize money, including the Scottish Sprint Cup Handicap (Class 2) at Musselburgh and placed 12 times. He was second in a competitive race last time out at Kempton and is entered to run at Sandown on Sunday off a mark of 86. 

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Tinto finishes third on his first run in Group company – Sunday 5th July

We are really pleased with Tinto who finished third in his first race in Group company today at Sandown under Jim Crowley. He ran in the Group 3 Sprint Stakes and finished third behind triple Group 2 winner A’Ali and Liberty Beach who finished third in the Gr.1 King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot! All being well he will run in the Group 3 Hackwood Stakes at Newbury on Saturday 18th July.

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Tinto wins at Newmarket – Friday 5th June

We are delighted that Tinto won the Betway Handicap at Newmarket this afternoon at odds of 40/1! Ridden by Jim Crowley, he led from halfway, quickened over one furlong out and kept on well inside the final furlong to win well. Many congratulations to owners Derek James, Steve Jenkins and Michael Quigley and well done to Thierry Decherf who looks after Tinto at home. 

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All-weather gallops and swimming pool open for hire

Our all-weather gallops are open for hire, please book online as usual. We will continue to follow the Government’s guidelines and will provide hand sanitisers for your use.  Please make sure you remain two meters apart and only come to Coombelands with people from your household/family. The swimming pool remains closed for hire at the moment but we hope to make it available again from June.

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Ready to run two-year-old’s for sale

These colts were purchased as yearlings and were being prepared for the breeze-up sales by Christiano who produced Count Otto, Tinto and Populaire. Due to the sales being postponed, the colts have come to Coombelands to be prepared for their first races. They are currently in work and can be seen working up the ‘valley gallop’ in the videos below. 

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