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If you would like a 1/10th share @ £1,200 including VAT (NO EXTRA COSTS) in any of the horses listed below. Please get in touch.

Benefits include:

  • Regular Updates via Email or What’s App

  • Car pass to watch your horse run (subject to availability from the fixture’s organisers)

  • The option to keep any prizemoney won by your horse at the end of the season or put it towards a share next year

  • Mornings on the gallops

  • Social get togethers

  • Food and Drink at the back of the horsebox when point to pointing.



Rated 59 turf and all weather


Alan was schooled over hurdles before we had him and was due to run in a hurdle race before he injured his tendon last October. He has done a month’s walking on the horse walker and a month’s trotting round the roads and is now cantering. He is eligible to run in Maiden Point to Points and will hopefully be ready in Jan/Feb, His better runs have been on soft ground. 


Rated 127 hurdles and chase

Zak was a top class juvenile hurdler in his younger days he was rated 150 at his best as a 4yr old. Most of his races have being in grade 1 or grade 2 races or class 1 or 2, most point to points would be class 5 or 6! So hopefully he should pointing a lot easier.  He has had leg trouble in the past and they weren’t 100% when we got him in April last year. He had them injected with blister and he has also done a month’s walking and a month’s trotting. He was scanned and given the all clear to start cantering which he has been doing for about 3 weeks now. He is only allowed to point to point and wants soft ground. 




Rated 125 fences, 119 hurdle and 65 turf and all weather

Ifti injured his suspensory in January but has been scanned and given the all clear to start cantering again. the aim is to try him point to pointing again, though I wont rule out running him on the flat again. He loves his work and is a very good jumper. he wouldn't want the ground to be too soft or too quick.

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