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Charlie proving popular
Shares in Romeo Foxtrot are going well. If you are interested, have a look at 'Racing Syndicate' tab. But don't delay, we will soon be full.

Gerald placed again
Nice run from Gerald at Uttoxeter on 19th. A third place, following a win last time out.

Sickly Syd
Unfortunately Syd had a minor ailment on Monday and had to miss his run at Worcester. He'll be back out very soon, though.

Bye Bye Umm

Despite lots of vet attention, unfortunately we haven't managed to get Ummsuquaim sound again So she's been retired and is going off to have babies. Thanks for the fun, Umm.

Blue Lights Day
Nice to get some really positive comments about our day on Racing UK TV (Tuesday10th)

Claude out on Tuesday 
Claude Almighty runs in the 3-0 at Worcester on Tuesday 12th. Last time he showed us he was making progress. This time we hope for more progress. 
Alas, lots of rain at Worcester turned the ground too soft for Claude's liking and he ran a disappointing 7th. At least we know to keep him on fastish ground in the future.

Welcoming visitors

Thanks to everyone who attended either Blue Lights Day or our own Open Day.
The sun shone and everyone had a great time!
Jo lined everyone up against the wall until they learned to behave- though the Staff escaped!

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New Syndicate opportunity

We are delighted to announce the opportunity to join a new syndicate. We are offering lease shares in Romeo Foxtrot. 'Charlie' is a 2020 gelding by Dragon Dancer, out of a winning mare and is half-brother to several other winners.

See the 'racing syndicate' tab for more details. 

Syd Syndicate closed

All the shares on Syd are gone now, but we are opening a new syndicate now.

See the 'racing syndicate' tab for more details. 

Open Day Numbers extended.

Due to demand we have added another 20 spaces to our open day on 9th September (from 10 am). So, if you want to come, please contact Jo at

Be quick, places will soon fill!


30 August: Double at Worcester!


A tremendous night for the yard at Worcester on Tuesday


After a great August in which Syd (Harbour Bridge) made an excellent debut, Claude (Almighty) showed he still wants to do it, and Freddie (Ceejaybe) got himself a third at Kempton, we hit the bullseye- twice!

Gerald (Democritus) timed his finish to perfection to win his handicap hurdle at 18-1 and Jolene (Jolie Baie) romped home by 19 lengths in her novice hurdle.


Jolene jumps into the lead                                 Gerald sets out after the leaders

Both were given great rides by Gavin Sheehan.

So we move into September on a real high. We will be back to Worcester on 18th with Syd. We still have a few shares left if you want to be part of the fun!

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