Its the end of April and we find ourselves a month into the new flat season without racing since near enough the 17th March.
Obviously we all know and understand why this is the case we can’t help feeling gutted at the same time.
As it stands now at he time of writing positive plans have been put in place to resume racing when the government starts to lift the lockdown which will be one step at a time.
Its a really difficult situation and one you would think we will never be in again in our lifetimes. We would like to thank all our owners for been patient in these testing times.
Onto the positive stuff when racing does start back up it looks like we wont have to wait long for a runner as our 2yr olds all seem pretty forward, here’s a run down on or 2yr olds in training.
STEADMAN in training with Mr O’meara looks very forward and has done everything asked of him since he started full training. He is half brother to two 2yr old winners one of them been a listed winner in France and group placed who went on to be sold to run in Hong Kong. The thing that stood out for us was his walk he really swings and moves well which shows when he is working, he seems to do it effortlessly. ( STEADMAN IN SECOND )
ADAAY filly in training with Mr Brisland is similar to Steadman as in near enough ready to run once racing resumes. She is half sister to two winners and her half brother by time test sold for £48,000 as a foal late last year. Mr Brisland is really happy with the way she is working and is very straight forward. He is yet to push any serious buttons with her but is is ready to do so once a resume date has been set. WE HAVE SHARES AVAILABLE IN THE FILLY IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO GET INVOVLED BEFORE WE START BACK RACING PLEASE GET INTOUCH.
ADAAY Gelding in training with Mr Brisland is a little behind the other two as he has had a snotty nose which put him on the easy list for a couple of weeks. Also he had a gelding op which kept him on light duties for a week or so after. He is now back to it and is picking up his work every week. He is out of a black type mare who won the super sprint and closely related to Kynren. The lockdown has pretty much suited this lad with his hold up’s and we look forward to see how he progresses in the coming weeks.
At the moment were more than happy with the 2yr olds and are excited with the rest of the season ahead once we get up and running that is.
We will be heading to the yearling sales again this year as we are concentrating more on younger stock for the syndicate. If you would like to get involved please register your interest at email@example.com.
We hope everyone is keeping safe and well and we hope to see your all once this awful situation has passed.
Many Thanks for your time.