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  • Gilka


    Four-year-old filly Trainer: Dan Skelton (Warwickshire) Shares available for £49

    Gilka is a very athletic four-year-old filly. Gilka has run in three bumpers (Flat races for young Jumps horses), winning her last start in decisive fashion. She has a progressive profile and although her win came on heavy ground, she should handle most types of ground, making her an exciting filly for the coming spring. Gilka is by the up and coming German sire, Alianthus, who won eight Group races on the Flat. Gilka's half-sister won four races and her family boasts both Flat and Jumps winners. Gilka is to be trained by Dan Skelton from his state of the art base in Warwickshire. Having run in three bumpers already, Dan may stick to bumpers this spring, or he may school Gilka over hurdles and look to run her in juvenile hurdles instead.

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  • My Friend Stan

    My Friend Stan

    Three-year-old colt Trainer: Mark Johnston (North Yorkshire) Shares available for £49

    My Friend Stan is a three-year-old colt by Slade Power. My Friend Stan ran four times on the Flat as a juvenile for his previous connections in Ireland, with his best performance being when finishing second at the Curragh on his penultimate start. He has form on both good to firm and heavy ground and looks fairly adaptable as far as ground is concerned. My Friend Stan has been running over sprint distances (five and six furlongs) and he is likely to remain over these sort of trips. Rated 80, which is 12lb above average, My Friend Stan will hopefully have further scope for improvement as a three-year-old. My Friend Stan is the first foal out of an unraced half-sister to an American Grade 3 winner and his sire, Slade Power, has enjoyed a solid start at stud. As a racehorse, Slade Power was tough and sound, running twenty times and winning both the Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot and the Group 1 July Cup at Newmarket as a five-year-old. His best offspring so far is Raffle Prize, who won the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot in 2019.

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  • Jaboticaba


    Six-year-old gelding Trainer: Alan King (Wiltshire) Shares available for £40

    Jaboticaba, who showed decent form over hurdles, has taken to jumping fences really well, and he will hopefully be able to open his account over the larger obstacles before too long. A good jumper, Jaboticaba has finished second on his last three starts over fences and he should come into his own in the spring of 2020, as he is a horse who prefers decent ground. The six-year-old has gained valuable experience over the last couple of seasons and having had a successful wind operation in January 2019, he looks capable of further improvement now that he is chasing. Jaboticaba is trained by Alan King from his Barbury Castle Stables in Wiltshire

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  • Cable Guy

    Cable Guy

    Two-year-old colt Trainer: Charlie Fellowes (Newmarket) Shares available for £43

    Cable Guy is a good-looking and strong, two-year-old colt. He is a son of Cable Bay, with an impressive walk and excellent conformation. He looks like an ideal two-year-old type, with the scope to go on as a three-year-old. He is powerfully built and is a typical sprinting type, being a half-brother to the useful 96-rated Makanah, who excels over sprint distances. Cable Bay has enjoyed an impressive start to his stallion career and his first runners this year have yielded some impressive winners, including Liberty Beach, who won the Group 3 Molecomb Stakes at Glorious Goodwood in July. The success of Cable Bay's first two-year-olds have resulted in his covering fee being more than doubled for 2020 and he looks to be a hugely promising recruit to the stallion ranks. Cable Bay has already gained a reputation for siring precocious and speedy types, and Cable Guy looks typical of his sire's offspring.

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  • Hexagon


    Three-year-old gelding Trainer: Roger Charlton (Wiltshire) Shares available for £52

    Hexagon showed plenty of promise on his first three starts as a two-year-old, and won his fourth start at Ffos Las in excellent style. The son of Acclamation ended his juvenile season with a solid placed effort at Lingfield off a mark of 85. After this run, Hexagon was found to have a chip fracture in his right knee. This was successfully operated on, and Hexagon is currently rehabilitating well. Providing the vets continue to be happy, Hexagon should be able to return to training in the early part of 2020, ahead of a late spring or early summer return to the track, all being well. Hexagon was very progressive as a two-year-old, and the form of his races has worked out extremely well. On his second start, Hexagon finished second to Positive, who went on to win a Group 3 at Sandown. On his third start, he finished third to subsequent Listed winner, Pyledriver.

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  • Cupboard Love

    Cupboard Love

    Four-year-old bay filly Stud: To be confirmed Shares available for £39

    BREEDING SYNDICATE. Cupboard Love won twice as a two-year-old in 2018, before losing her form in the second half of the season. She suffered a rare injury to her fetlock in early 2019, but has made a good recovery from surgery. After two disappointing runs in 2019, Cupboard Love was retired from racing and the intention is for her to become a broodmare. Given that Cupboard Love is a dual juvenile (two-year-old) winner, she has a value as a broodmare. Additionally, she is a good-looking filly and is plenty big enough to make an interesting broodmare prospect. Typically, thoroughbred mares are covered from mid-February until May and we will be able to confirm her potential mate, plus the stud at which she will reside, in due course. Please note that Cupboard Love's price includes a £15,000 nomination fee (covering fee to a stallion).

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