A long journey proved worthwhile when Aegeus won the ‘Cronnie Creative Median Auction Maiden Stakes’ at Newcastle last night. Ridden by Graham Lee, he took the lead over one furlong out, was hard pressed inside the final furlong by Ravenscar but kept on well to win by a head.
There were lots of top class pedigrees on show at Tattersalls Book 1 Yearling Sale this week and we were delighted to come away with this beautiful Oasis Dream filly to train. We are looking forward to Book 2 starting on Monday and also the horses-in-training sale at the end of the month. Please do get in touch if you would like to receive a catalogue for any sale or would like to join Mark and I at the sales over the next few weeks viewing and purchasing horses.
Lavender’s Blue heads to Newmarket today to run in the Group 1 Kingdom of Bahrain Sun Chariot Stakes for owner breeder Mr Benny Andersson. She will be ridden by Robert Havlin who won on her when she made her racecourse debut at the Rowley Mile, she has been training really well and we are we’re very pleased with her.
We are delighted that Tinto won at Ascot this afternoon for owners Derek James, Steve Jenkins and Michael Quigley. Having won a Class 3 Handicap last time out at Yarmouth he stepped up in grade today to run in the Class 2 ‘Original Harrogate Water Handicap.’
Diamond Falls made his racecourse debut on Tuesday 1st October at Kempton and finished third in the Novice Auction Stakes under Kieran Shoemark. We are delighted with how he ran, he made progress from two furlongs out and ran on well inside the final furlong up through horses to take third in the last strides of the race. This exciting two-year-old is for sale and more information can be found on the For Sale section of our website.
Having just been beaten at Sandown on his previous start, we were delighted when Tinto won the intu Chapelfield Shopping Centre Handicap at Yarmouth yesterday. The race was run at a decent gallop and Tinto, ridden by Marco Ghiani, made headway on the outer over 1f out to win going away in the final furlong.
We are delighted that Sash won at Bath today for owner breeder Prince Khalid Abdullah. Carrying top weight, Sash won the ‘John Herman Handicap’ under Adam McNamara. He made all and was ridden strongly when challenged over two furlongs out, but stayed on well to assert inside the final furlong and won comfortably by 3/4 length.
We are extremly pleased that Zzoro got his head infront at Sandown today having been very consistent this year. Having only been out of the first four on one occasion this season and it was superb to watch him win the Hwfa Williams Handicap in impressive style.