Sun 26 Nov 2017
Fans' favourite Lil Rockerfeller gaimed a deserved victory in the Grade-2 Ascot Hurdle on Saturday for trainer Neil King and his enthusiastic owners Davies, Smith, Govier & Brown. Runner-up in last season's Grade-1 Stayers' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival, Lil Rockerfeller has now amassed just short of £350,000 in career earnings with numerous tenacious performances in the best staying hurdles.
Sat 04 Nov 2017
The rapidly progressive Kyllachy filly Alwasmiya was an imperious winner of the Listed Bosra Sham Stakes at Newmarket for Simon Crisford and Shaikh Duaij Al Khalifa. Purchased from the Goresbridge Breeze-Up Sale in late May, Alwasmiya is the now the winner of two of her three career starts and looks an exciting filly for Group races next season having powered three lengths clear of her rivals in the style of a smart filly.
Sat 14 Oct 2017
Fighting Irish fought off fellow British raider Nebo to win the Group-2 Criterium De Maisons-Laffitte for Harry Dunlop and owners Daniel Macauliffe & Anoj Don. Stroud Coleman Bloodstock and Harry Dunlop have combined in the past with French Group-1 winner Robin Of Navan and Fighting Irish will be campaigned internationally next season in an attempt to add another Group-1 victory to Harry Dunlop's tally. Fighting Irish is the highest rated progeny of first-crop sire Camelot, having been purchased by Stroud Coleman Bloodstock for £70,000 at the Goffs UK Premier Yearling Sale in 2016.
Sun 08 Oct 2017
Tenacious filly Darkanna was rewarded for a season of good efforts when capturing the £150,000 Listed Redcar Two Year-Old Trophy for Richard Fahey and The Cool Silk Partnership. Having already finished second in a Group-3 in France, 5th in the valuable Goffs Premier Yearling Stakes and 5th in the Group-1 Cheveley Park Stakes, the tough and durable daughter of Dark Angel repelled her 22 opponents to capture the almost £100,000 first prize under regular rider Barry McHugh.
Sun 27 Aug 2017
Sands Of Mali was a hugely impressive winner of the G2 Gimcrack Stakes at York on Saturday for owners The Cool Silk Partnership and trainer Richard Fahey. Purchased at the Tattersalls Ireland Ascot Breeze-Up Sale in April, the imposing colt followed up his striking victory in a Novice Race at Nottingham with a sensational performance at York. Bounced out into the lead by Paul Hanagan, Sands Of Mali quickened up smartly when challenged and powered clear to win by 3.5L. He heads for the G1 Middle Park Stakes next and is now the joint second highest rated two year-old in Europe.
Sun 25 Jun 2017
The Tin Man followed up his victory in the British Champions Sprint last year with a superb success in the G1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot on Saturday. This was a second success in the race for Stroud Coleman Bloodstock and trainer James Fanshawe following on from Society Rock's win in the race in 2011. Congratulations to The Tin Man's winning owners, Fred Archer Racing.
Sat 24 Jun 2017
Snoano won the Wolferton Handicap at Royal Ascot on Saturday for trainer Tim Easterby and owner Martin McLeod. Purchased for just 21,000gns at the Tattersalls Horses In Training Sale, Tim Easterby has re-ingnited Snoano's best form and the horse produced a career best to provide connections with a memorable day.
Wed 21 Jun 2017
Harry Dunlop's stable star ran out a ready winner of the G3 La Coupe at Chantilly. Winner of a G1 as a two year-old, Robin Of Navan suffered a setback in the French Derby as a three year-old, but looks to be returning to his best judged on this smooth success in G3 company.
Wed 08 Mar 2017
Purchased as a foal by Stroud Coleman Bloodstock for 14,000gns in 2014 and re-sold for €78,000 as a yearling, the tough and talented Mr Scaramanga continued his progression winning the valuable Al Biddah Mile in Qatar. Trained by Richard Hannon as a two year-old, Mr Scaramanga was rated 99, finishing fourth in the Listed Chesham Stakes at Royal Ascot, third in the G2 Superlative Stakes at Newmarket and second in the Listed Washington Singer Stakes at Newbury. The son of Sir Percy was then sold at the Tattersalls Horses In Training Sale to Simon Dow and owner Mr. Moss who travelled the horse out to Qatar to win the valuable three year-old contest.
Wed 01 Mar 2017
Championship continues to look like one of the season's top horses at Meydan with two ultra impressive victories in Dubai in two prestigious Group-2 contests. Following on from his facile success in the Group-2 Al Fahidi Fort, Championship spreadeagled a strong field once again in the Group-2 Zabeel Mile. Purchased for 180,000gns at the Tattersalls Horses In Training Sale in 2015, Championship has progressed rapidly since arriving in Dubai taking his career earnings to over £377,000 and now rates one of the leading chances for the $6million Group-1 Dubai Turf on Dubai World Cup Night.