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Horses for Sale

13th June 2022

  • Jetaway X Palmito
    Jetaway X Palmito
  • No No Fizz
    No No Fizz
  • High Yield
    High Yield

13 June 2022

Sunshine this morning, and its looking like summer will remain for this week. Just in time for Royal Ascot, and it is super exciting to have Moon King running in the Ascot Stakes tomorrow for his new owners, the Ever Optimistic syndicate! The best of luck to all involved.

A week of flat racing for us, as George Bancroft also heads off to Nottingham this evening. Liam Keniry rides both George Bancroft and Moon King. Both horses went through the stalls this morning and were like old pros!

High Yield and Train Hill have been declared at Uttoxeter on Wednesday. High Yield is making his debut over hurdles. He schooled away from home last week with Lilly Pinchin and was very good. He even went up over the fences. Hopefully this is replicated on the track, and an obstacle is what he needs. Train Hill is returning from a wind op and seems in great form at home. Although usually it is the second run after the wind op when you see the difference. Fingers crossed.

The newly named No No Fizz, a Getaway out of Golden Firth, returned to big school last week. She is taking everything in her stride and has come back looking stronger. Gentleman Jacques, the Mount Nelson purchased from Goffs UK Doncaster sale, headed off up the gallops for the first time this morning and was very well behaved. The Telescope out of Madam Bijou and Jetaway out of Palmito have been hacking around the yard and taking in all the scenery.

There are only entries later in the week and this includes Due Reward, Hoot At Midnight and Jamacho at Worcester.

Another year, another Racing Welfare challenge. The Great Racing Welfare Cycle takes Will and Amber Cheltenham this time. On the 16th to 17th of July, Will and Amber will be cycling for 24 hours with two other teammates, completing a 30km lap each time. Two people will be out cycling, while two will be resting at Cheltenham Racecourse. How many laps will they complete? Will did a recce of the course over the weekend and commented how ‘it was not easy’ and was ‘lumpier than expected!’ It is not going to be easy, but it is for a fantastic cause. Racing Welfare are incredibly supportive of all members of staff in racing, and the industry would be very lost with out them. You can donate via the link below.


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