Un-named by Gris de Gris ex Bleue et Bleue
Unraced 3yo who is mentally forward and possesses lots of quality.
Un-named By Martaline ex Folie Lointaine
3yo Martaline half-sister to stable mate Fou et Sage. The dam is a full sister to the smart Far West and the pedigree is full of black type winners.
Un-named by Milan ex Senora Snoopy
Unraced Milan gelding who is a half-brother to the smart Ten Sixty, from the family of Grade 1 winner Snoopy Loopy. He is a powerful, racey horse who will start off in bumpers.
Un-named by Court Cave ex Bespoke Baby
Unraced full brother to Doncaster spring sales topper Invincible Cave. He is a scopey, powerful gelding who will be aimed at a bumper in the Spring.
Un-named by Arcadio ex Chloes Choice
Un-raced Arcadio gelding who is a half-brother to progressive handicapper Stick to the Plan, from the family of smart chaser Farmer Jack.
Tangoed is a 4yo filly by Papal Bull. She won her only start in a 2m5f Open Maiden at Kingston Blount in May and is a forward, racey type, who has since joining the yard finished 3rd in a Mares bumper.
6yo gelding by Toubougg, who is still a maiden and currently rated 100 over hurdles. He is a bumper winner and possesses the size and scope to be at his best over fences.
Finished 4th on his only start to date at Fontainebeau, where he could have gone very close if ridden closer to the pace. He should be well up to taking a maiden hurdle on that evidence, before progressing onto bigger and better things.
5yo mare who was a very impressive winner of her 2nd Irish Point-to-Point start. She possesses a lot of speed and travels well in her races, so will start off in a mares bumper.
Finished second by just 3 lengths on his only Irish Point-to-Point start before joining the yard this Spring. He is a big chasing type who has a good attitude and jumps very well.
4yo Balko filly who has placed in both of her two bumper starts in France. She was unlucky not to win last time out and looks well up to taking a bumper on that evidence, before starting her hurdling career.
SIMPLY THE BETTS
Unraced Arcadio gelding who is a full brother to smart handicapper Crimson Ark. He is a powerful horse with a touch of class and will start off in a bumper this Autumn.
THE DUBAI WAY
Irish Point-to-Point winner who was purchased privately in the Spring. He is a good moving, athletic gelding with plenty of size and although his long-term future lies over fences, he could start in a bumper before going over hurdles this season.
3yo Midnight Legend filly, with lots of speed in her pedigree. She joined mid way through last season and did everything that was asked of her before getting turned away for her summer break.
7yo Haafhd gelding who has won 5 races on the flat. Once rated in the high 80s on the flat, he has taken to jumping well so far.
Unraced filly who came to hand nicely in the Spring, before taking in a racecourse gallop
6yo Presenting gelding, who was purchased after winning an Irish point to point in impressive fashion in the autumn. He is an athletic gelding who is every inch a chaser.
DETTE DE JEU
4yo AQPS bred, who possess size, scope and athleticism. He is a forward going horse, with a good attitude but has taken time to fill his frame.
FOU ET SAGE
Classy Sageburg gelding who had 2 runs over fences for the yard last year. He has a high level of hurdle form in France and has the option of switching back to that discipline this season.
Handicap chaser who ran consistently well last season, despite not getting his head in front. He enjoys decent ground and is now 2lb below his last winning mark.
6yo Yeats Mare, who won on debut for the yard at Southwell in December. She is a big powerful mare who will continue to improve with time.
THE GO TOU MAN
A quality 4yo Shantou Gelding who is from the family of Cheltenham Festival winner Same Difference and progressive hurdler Forever Field. He is a powerful, athletic horse with a tough constitution.
4yo Court Cave gelding who was purchased as a store at the Goffs Land Rover Sale last year. He is a good moving, athletic gelding from the family of the National Hunt sire Denham Red and will likely be seen in a bumper this autumn.
Staying flat gelding, who has the size and scope for jumping. He is a late maturing horse who should have more to come on the flat on a sound surface.
Unraced Kayf Tara filly who has been in her owners care since she was a yearling. She is from the family of triple Grade 1 winner Anzum and is a quality forward type. She had a racecourse gallop in the Spring and will take in a mares bumper when we get some cut in the ground.
Dual purpose horse who won on both flat starts for the yard last season. He has also been very competitive over hurdles despite not being able to get his head in front.
Charlie Papa Lima
Consistent 6yo who’s finished in the first 4 on each of his 6 starts for the yard so far, despite sadly not yet getting his head in front. He has shown a good level of form throughout the summer on the better ground.
Salto Chisco owned by the British Racing Club, is an 9yo Presenting gelding who provided the yard with its first winner of the season at Kempton back in May, showing a great attitude to get up in the dying strides. He still looks well treated over hurdles and has the option of switching back to fences at some point. To find out more about the please visit website: www.britishracingclub.co.uk
4yo My Risk filly who is a half sister to smart chaser/hurdler Calipto. She has plenty of size, scope and quality.
4yo Bonbon Rose gelding, who has been very quick to come to hand after being purchased as an unbroken store in May last year. He ran very green on racecourse debut and has come on a lot for the experience. He is an exciting prospect moving forward.
5yo Stowaway gelding, who showed a big engine and a likable attitude when finishing 3rd in a bumper in December. He has shown a liking for testing conditions and will stay in bumpers this season.
6yo Vinnie Roe gelding who has won two Irish point to points and placed on his two starts in bumpers. He is an athletic horse, who is versatile ground wise. Vinnie has shown good form on all his hurdle starts and should continue to be very competitive.
7yo Overbury gelding, who suffered a setback after a very promising debut performance for us in October. He ran a career best on that start and has the scope for further improvement this year
5yo Ballingarry gelding who has won twice since joining the yard. He’s a young, progressive type who has done well physically for his break, and he now has the option of staying over hurdles or going chasing.
Bridge of Cally
4yo September Storm gelding who was purchased from Doncaster last May. He is an Athletic, scopey gelding who has shown a lot of ability in his homework, but is yet to take that form to the track.
6yo Born King mare who showed a lot of ability on both her starts in France before falling. She has schooled well since joining and is an exciting recruit to the yard. She will start off in mares novice hurdles.
6yo gelding by Joe Bear who progressed on the flat for us last season. He has shown promise on all his hurdles starts and will mix hurdles and the flat in the spring.
6yo Milan gelding who was purchased from Cheltenham in April last year. He was a point to point winner in Ireland and has the size and scope to make a very nice staying chaser in the long term. He has shown promise on each of his three starts to date and there is lots more to come from him.
6yo Josr Algarhoud mare, who has taken time to mature. The penny has really started to drop with her and she has since placed in 2 bumpers. She is a heavy topped mare who is best suited with some ease in the ground.
Cristal de Sienne
5yo Montmartre gelding, who ran a hugely promising race on debut at Newbury in November. He got stuck in the mud at Exeter next time where he then picked up an injury and missed the rest of his campaign. He is now back in training and has the option of taking in another bumper or going straight over hurdles next.
Progressive hurdler during the 2015/16 season, but lost his way last year with various issues. He is a very well handicapped horse on his best form and granted a clear run, we should see a better horse this term
Dual bumper winner in the 2015/16 season, but missed last season with various niggly problems. She will go novice hurdling next and if she can transfer her bumper efforts to that sphere she could be smart
Dual winner over fences last season and 4-time winner for the yard. He is a genuine, straightforward horse who jumps very well, and should continue to improve with time and a step up in trip. If all went to plan he could line up in the 2018 Grand National.
Beneficial 5yo, full brother to smart chaser/hurdler Strawberry. Hoke was purchased as a store from Goffs in 2015 and managed to win a bumper on his 2nd start for HWR. He has progressed with every run over hurdles this season and looks on a workable mark in staying handicap hurdles.
A 6yo son of Montmartre and 3-time winner for HWR who represented the yard in top handicap hurdles during the second half of last season, after missing the first half through injury. He has always looked a chaser and will be campaigned over fences this season.
A 7yo Westener gelding who was an impressive winner on his second chase start at Ffos Las in December, but was only seen once more due to a particularly dry Spring. There is plenty more to come from him over fences when the mud is flying.