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  • Richhill


    Five-year-old gelding (Jumps) Trainer: Dan Skelton (Warwickshire) Shares available for £56

    Richhill is a good-looking five-year-old gelding, who won his most recent point-to-point in Ireland in May, showing a very game attitude in the process. He is a half-brother to the useful hurdle and chase winner, Generous Day, and winning chaser, Cape Robin. He is also closely related to Grade 3-winning hurdler and Grade 2-winning chaser, Our Ben. He is by Presenting, who has sired numerous top-class Jumps horses, such as Cheltenham Gold Cup winners Denman and War Of Attrition. Richhill is to be trained by Dan Skelton from his state-of-the-art base in Warwickshire. Dan's star continues to rise in the training ranks and he has trained the winners of numerous big races, including the Grade 1 Henry VIII Novices' Chase (Allmankind), Grade 1 Kauto Star Novices' Chase (Shan Blue) as well as winners at the Cheltenham and Aintree Festivals. Dan is likely to send Richhill novice hurdling this autumn, and chasing in time. He will hopefully be ready to run from around November 2022. "I am delighted to be training Richhill for Owners Group. He looks like a very nice type and his pedigree suggests he should excel over fences. We're looking forward to getting to know him in the coming months and hope to have him ready for a first run under Rules before Christmas, with a clear run." Dan Skelton

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  • Yeoman


    Two-year-old gelding (Flat) Trainer: James Fanshawe (Newmarket) Shares available for £54

    Yeoman is a strong-looking two-year-old gelding. He is the first foal out of the exceptionally well-bred and useful Listed-placed mare, Harmonica. He is by Tamayuz, who has a very good record at stud and is known for siring tough and talented performers, including G Force (Group 1 Sprint Cup) and Mustashry (Group 1 Lockinge Stakes). Yeoman has an outstanding pedigree and comes from one of Elite Racing Club's most enviable and successful families. His winning dam is out of a Sadler's Wells half-sister to five-time Group 1 winner and World Champion, Soviet Song. Harmonica herself is by Pivotal, who has been one of the most influential sires in Europe over the last 25 years and is also recognised as being an exceptional broodmare sire. Yeoman is in training in Newmarket with James Fanshawe. James knows this family well, having trained Harmonica's classy half-sister Zest, with considerable success, including four wins and two Listed-placed efforts. James' patient approach with his horses has reaped huge rewards over the years and as well as Soviet Song, he has achieved success at the highest level with the likes of The Tin Man, Audarya, Ribbons, Society Rock, and many others. "This gelding has made a good impression since his arrival at Pegasus Stables. He looks like he should be able to run as a two-year-old, probably towards the end of the summer, hopefully. He's a strong type and moves well." James Fanshawe

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  • Go West

    Go West

    Four-year-old gelding (Jumps) Trainer: Paul Nicholls (Somerset) Shares available for £55

    Go West is an attractive four-year-old gelding, who ran very well on his only start to date in a point-to-point in Ireland in March, when finishing a close second to a promising type. Go West is a half-brother to a two-mile winning hurdler and is out of a half-sister to a Listed winning chaser in Germany. He is by Westerner, who has sired a number of high-class Jumps horses over the years, including Grade 1 Cheltenham Festival winners Cole Harden, Ferny Hollow, and Western Warhorse. Go West is likely to be aimed at bumpers (Flat races for Jumps horses) this autumn, before hopefully going novice hurdling and then chasing in due course. Go West is an impressive individual and looks the type that should excel over fences in time. He is to be trained in Somerset by 13-time Champion Jumps Trainer, Paul Nicholls. Paul's record is extraordinary and as well as training nearly 3,500 winners, he has achieved great success for Owners Group, including with Grade 1 winner, Stage Star.

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  • Toast The Host

    Toast The Host

    Five-year-old mare (Jumps) Trainer: Philip Hobbs (Somerset) Shares available for £47

    Toast The Host is an attractive five-year-old mare. This daughter of Arctic Cosmos finished third on her only start to date; a bumper (Flat race for Jumps horses) at Wincanton in February. She showed plenty of promise that day and she looks the type to improve and progress, particularly when she goes hurdling. The Nicky Henderson-trained Fishcake, who finished behind Toast The Host at Wincanton, has since gone on to score decisively over hurdles. Toast The Host is a well-bred mare and is a half-sister to a winning hurdler. Toast The Host's winning dam is a half-sister to three-time winner and Listed-placed Dromlease Express, and Grade 2 winning chaser Aunt Nora. Toast The Host is in training with Philip Hobbs at his yard close to Minehead, Somerset. Philip took out his training licence in 1985 and he has enjoyed tremendous success over the years and is one of the most respected trainers in the country. His big winners include Rooster Booster (Champion Hurdle), Captain Chris (Arkle Chase), Flagship Uberalles (Queen Mother Champion Chase), Defi Du Seuil (Tingle Creek Chase, Triumph Hurdle) and many more. Toast The Host will hopefully go novice hurdling this autumn. She will hopefully jump fences in time.

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  • Unit Sixtyfour

    Unit Sixtyfour

    Seven-year-old bay gelding (Jumps) Trainer: Ben Pauling (Cheltenham) Shares available for £34

    Unit Sixtyfour is a seven-year-old bay gelding by Sholokhov. Unit Sixtyfour made an excellent impression on his first start in a handicap hurdle at Southwell in November 2021, when finishing a close second to a horse who went on to win again in the spring. Frustratingly, he was found to have a stress fracture of his right-fore fetlock [ankle] joint in February and he underwent an operation to insert a screw into the joint. This all went well and Unit Sixtyfour has been cantering away since April. Trainer Ben Pauling is hopeful that he will be ready for a run later this summer. Unit Sixtyfour is in training with Ben Pauling at his picturesque yard in Cheltenham. Ben, a former assistant trainer to Nicky Henderson, has enjoyed an excellent start to his training career, and has already chalked up two Cheltenham Festival winners, courtesy of Willoughby Court (2017) and La Breuil (2019).

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  • Guard Duty

    Guard Duty

    Five-year-old bay gelding (Jumps) Trainer: Emma Lavelle (Wiltshire) Shares available for £53

    Guard Duty is a five-year-old bay gelding by Kapgarde, whose progeny include Clan Des Obeaux. Guard Duty has always pleased Emma Lavelle and her team at home, but his racecourse debut has been delayed due to injury niggles. He was diagnosed with a stress fracture of the left tibia in November 2021, but he has made an excellent recovery, as predicted by the vets. He is currently doing plenty of work and Emma is hopeful she will get him on the racecourse soon. Guard Duty is in training with Emma Lavelle from her state-of-the-art premises in Wiltshire. Emma has trained a number of high-profile winners over the years, including Grade 1 successes courtesy of Paisley Park, as well as winners at the Cheltenham and Aintree Festivals.

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