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.
Fri 20 Jan 2017
Purchased from the Goffs UK Breeze-Up Sale in 2016 on behalf of The Cool Silk Partnership, Prince Of Lir soon went on to acheve great things by beating subsequent G1 Middle Park Stakes winner The Last Lion in both of his first two races, including the G2 Norfolk Stakes at Royal Ascot. The good-looking son of Kodiac retires to stud at Joe and Jane Foley's Ballyhane Stud in Ireland for 2017. We wish him a successful stud career.
Tue 18 Oct 2016
Purchased from Tattersalls Book 1 on behalf of James and Jacko Fanshawe's racing partnership, Fred Archer Racing, The Tin Man has provided everyone with enormous enjoyment in 2016 and capped a memorable season with a dazzling victory on British Champions Day in the Group-1 Qipco British Champions Sprint Stakes. Defeating some of the best sprinters from across the globe, the son of Equiano confirmed himself as a top class performer. The Tin Man will stay in training in 2017 and we are all very excited about a prestigious global campaign.
Sun 21 Aug 2016
The six year-old stayer is a huge credit to trainer Hughie Morrison and his team as he seems better than ever this year. Purchased for just 25,000gns at the Tattersalls Guineas Breeze-Up Sale in 2012, Nearly Caught has now won six of his 22 starts, as well as being placed on another nine occasions and over £160,000 in prize money. He ran out the facile winner of the Group-2 Prix Kergorlay at Deauville today following up his five-length Listed success at the same track last month. The improving stayer looks set for an exciting autumn.
Sat 16 Jul 2016
James Fanshawe's improving sprinter showed his class to continue his progress towards Group-1 targets this autumn. The four year-old son of Equiano progressed through the ranks at a rapid rate last season culminating with an excellent fourth in the Group-1 Champions Sprint on British Champions Day. Beginning this season with an impressive Listed victory at Windsor, The Tin Man produced his trademark electric turn of foot to run out a cosy winner of the Group-3 Hackwood Stakes at Newbury at the weekend and is now all set for his next assignment in the Group-1 Haydock Sprint Cup.
Thu 16 Jun 2016
Goffs UK breeze-up purchase Prince Of Lir provided a memorable day for owners The Cool Silk Partnership at Royal Ascot by winning the Group-2 Norfolk Stakes in tenacious style. On only his second start, following a winning debut at Beverley last month, the Robert Cowell trained juvenile found plenty for Luke Morriss's urgings to record a most exciting success. Purchased in April at the breeze-up sale in Doncaster for the Cool Silk Partnership, headed up by Peter Swann, the speedy son of Kodiac is one of the best sprinting two year-olds in the country.
Sat 11 Jun 2016
The very well-bred daughter of Dandy Man showed too much speed for her French rivals to win the Listed Prix La Fleche at Chantilly. Showing blazing speed from the gates, Rapacity Alexander, who was purchased at Book Two of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale last year on behalf of her owner Noel O'Callaghan, was not for catching and recorded a very smart time of 58 seconds for the uphill five furlongs at Chantilly. This Listed victory is extremely important for this two year-old fillly as she is a full-sister to Group-1 winner Peniaphobia.