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  • Name Of Fame

    Name Of Fame

    Six-year-old gelding bay (Jumps) Trainer: Dan Skelton (Warwickshire) Shares available for £49

    Name Of Fame is a good looking six-year-old gelding. He finished a game second on his sole point-to-point start in December 2020 and he looks the type to improve as he matures further. He is a half-brother to the useful six-time winner, Braid Blue, and a grandson of the very classy Grade 1-winning mare, Mistinguett, who is also the dam of Grade 2-winning hurdler, Rimsky, and the multiple hurdles winner, Mistanoora (also a runner-up in the Grade 2 Rendlesham Hurdle). Name Of Fame is likely to have a run or two this spring in bumpers (National Hunt Flat races), before going hurdling this coming autumn. He should progress to become a chaser in time, all being well. Name Of Fame is in training with Dan Skelton in Warwickshire. Dan has very quickly established himself as a leading and Cheltenham Festival-winning trainer, already enjoying further Grade 1 successes this season with Allmankind and Shan Blue.

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  • Farouk De Cheneau

    Farouk De Cheneau

    Six-year-old bay gelding (Jumps) Trainer: Nicky Henderson (Berkshire) Shares available for £28

    Farouk De Cheneau is a good looking six-year-old gelding. He has had just one run in Owners Group colours, having won over hurdles in France for his previous connections. Despite not running as well as expected at Kempton last March, Farouk De Cheneau travelled and jumped well for a long way before tiring and showing signs of a breathing issue. Farouk De Cheneau subsequently underwent a breathing operation, but shortly afterwards was found to have suffered a tendon injury. His rehabilitation has gone well so far, but he is not expected to return to the track until this summer, all being well. Farouk De Cheneau is by Day Flight, who has produced a number of good Jumps horses, including multiple graded-winner, A Toi Phil. His dam (Kardamone) has produced multiple winners over Jumps and is a daughter of Network, who is a highly influential broodmare sire and has produced the likes of Sprinter Sacre, Saint Are and recent Galway Plate winner, Borice. Farouk De Cheneau is by Day Flight, who has produced a number of good Jumps horses, including multiple graded-winner, A Toi Phil. His dam (Kardamone) has produced multiple winners over Jumps and is a daughter of Network, who is a highly influential broodmare sire and has produced the likes of Sprinter Sacre, Saint Are and recent Galway Plate winner, Borice. Farouk De Cheneau is trained by the current champion Jumps trainer, Nicky Henderson, from his historic Seven Barrows yard in Lambourn, Berkshire. Nicky's consistency as one of the top Jumps trainers of the last forty years is remarkable, and he has enjoyed tremendous success with the likes of See You Then, Long Run, Sprinter Sacre, Bobs Worth, Binocular, Altior and Shishkin. Nicky also trained Owners Group's Pentland Hills to win the Grade 1 Triumph Hurdle at the 2019 Cheltenham Festival.

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  • Blame It On Sally

    Blame It On Sally

    Five-year-old bay gelding (Jumps) Trainer: Alan King (Wiltshire) Shares available for £31

    Blame It On Sally is a tall and rangy five-year-old gelding. He made a bright start to his hurdling career when finishing sixth in the Grade 2 Adonis Hurdle at Kempton last February. He then finished a good fourth back on the Flat at Sandown in June. Sadly, Blame It On Sally suffered a tendon injury during the summer of 2020 and is midway through a year's rehabilitation. His prognosis for a return to racing is good and it is likely that he will be prepared for a hurdling campaign this autumn. Blame It On Sally is trained by Alan King from his Barbury Castle Estate in Wiltshire.

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