Last One To Show

5yo Bay Gelding, Arcadio ex-Garravagh Lass (Oscar)

Last One To Show only ran once for us last season in a Catterick bumper but it was far too sharp - so we learned that day he definitely needs a galloping course. A full brother to the talented Hitman Fred, he has shown us serious work at home and is an ideal type for excelling at the likes of Kelso, Newcastle and Ayr. 

We believe he could be a good one - when his trainer sends him to the right track! 

 

Seven Eye Bridge

5yo bay gelding, Sans Frontiers ex-Woodland Path (Flemensfirth)

We bought Ears (he's got a chunk missing from one!) from Marie Harding after finishing 3rd in a 4yo maiden at Dromahane last November. He's a hard-knocking, old-fashioned jumper who screams 3m chaser in the making. He's got the stamp of Flemensfirth firmly on him and the plan was to run in a bumper in the spring. Once that was aborted we'll now get him going over hurdles this autumn with a view to a chasing career long-term. 

He's a tough, genuine horse who will bring a lot of fun to someone.  

 

Shanbally Rose

6yo bay mare, Court Cave ex-Amy's Song (Taipan)

We bought Shanbally after finishing a very close 3rd at Dromahane in a mares' maiden. That form has worked out well, with the winner running at the Cheltenham Festival and the 4th also successful in a bumper. 

We have given her plenty of time and she was ready to go in the spring when the Covid virus struck, so we'll now aim her at a mares' novice hurdle in the autumn. 

A lovely jumper, she has bags of talent. 

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4yo bay gelding, Flemensfirth ex-Gypsy Mo Chara (Oscar) 

A Landrover Sale purchase and a full brother to Jonjo O'Neill's Ready and Able. A well-bred type who could have run in a spring bumper but will benefit from further strengthening time over the summer. 

Lovely and straightforward to train, he immediately took to jumping poles well and is now schooling outdoors. 

He is very likeable mentally and looks like he may have a touch of class, so is one we are looking forward to this autumn. 

 

Vintage Glen

8yo bay gelding, Ask ex-Rare Vintage (Germany) 

A half-brother to the high-class Vintage Clouds, he's a gorgeous big chasing type who has just taken time to come along. 

Rated only 82, he is unexposed and his hurdles run at Newcastle over an inadequate two-and-a-half miles last season showed his potential. 

He will go chasing this season and I can't wait to see him over fences, as this will be his game. 

Has had a wind operation since his last run and I expect that to bring a marked improvement in his form this season. 

Is being sold in 25% shares, with two remaining. 

 

Lease Horses

A great way to get involved in ownership 

In addition to horses for sale, we often have lease options available. 

This is a fun and affordable way to get involved in ownership at a reasonable price. 

You don't need to pay the outlay to buy the horse, just the costs involved in training it. 

It will run in your name and all prize money comes to you.  

 

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