He is a cracking looking 4 year old gelding by Fame and Glory and out of a black type winning mare, who was a half-sister to the useful 2m jumper Total Success and bumper/2m hurdle winner Master
He made his debut in a bumper which we actually won with College Oak, and he finished a respectable 5th. They quite fancied him as he went off at 4-1 but he proved quite green and didn’t look to handle the soft ground that well. They then ran him 10 days ago at Catterick in a very competitive race. He was also 5th that day but he should have almost won had a decent jockey been on board – he held him up at the back of a 15 runner field, then made his move too soon and was challenging 4 furlongs from home and despite getting tired, he still managed to finish quite well.
I think that this horse will benefit from running through the spring on some better ground, where he could rack up a sequence in the same manner as Some Day Soon did for us. I have managed to secure him for £20k +vat (the vat is reclaimable) which includes vetting and transport.
This good-looking gelding is by Dylan Thomas who was the outstanding six-time Group 1 winner including the Arc. Dylan Thomas has had an immediate impact as a jumps stallion where his progeny includes the 6-time winners Nuts Well and Peter the Mayo Man among others.
He is out of an unraced half-sister to the smart bumper/hurdle/chase winner Promalee and Michael Mor from family of the Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Little Owl. The dam has had two winners from three runners, including the five-time winner, Secrete Stream.
He has been backed and ridden away over the summer and is an athletic scopey individual. He has a pedigree to be a cracking 3 mile chaser and he has the physique to match.
This attractive 3 year old gelding is by the four time Ascot Gold Cup winner, Yeats (the sire of this seasons Ladbrokes Trophy) out of Mystic Maisie. He is a half-brother to the multiple Grade 2 winner, Angels Breath, who has won a point to point and a three time winner under rules including a Grade 2 Hurdle and a Grade 2 Chase and is rated 153. He is also a half brother to the mare Outofthisworld a bumper and hurdle winner rated 122. The dam is an unraced half-sister to smart 2m hurdle/chase winner Toubab and French 1m3f Flat/useful 2m1f-2m3f jump winner Narock, granddaughter of 1m2f Listed-placed winner.
This 10 person syndicate has only 5 shares left available where the buy in cost will be £9000/share plus training fees of £250 per month.