Well, that’s the 2022-23 season done and dusted now, and what a season it was for the team here at Folly House. We finished the season in 18th spot in the trainers championship, with 44 winners from 65 horses, and a brilliant £703,949 in win and place prize money. This was attained with a 18% win strike rate, and 62% of our runners were in the top four. The horses have held their form from start to finish, from Pisgah Pike winning the valuable Summer Hurdle; Kiltealy Briggs winning the ‘Prelude Handicap’ at Market Rasen in October; Ga Law winning the ‘Paddy Power’ Gold Cup at Cheltenham in November; You Wear It Well winning the Grade 2 ‘Jane Seymour’ at Sandown in February, and then following up under a penalty in the Grade 2 ‘Jack De Bromhead’ Mares Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival; and finally Datsalrightgino winning the Grade 2 ‘Future Champions’ Novice Chase at Ayr on Scottish National Day. It has been a record season for us, as although we had 50 winners last term, we all but doubled our prize money this year, and I am immensely proud of the whole team here, the wonderful horses, and all the support we receive from everyone associated with us. Thank you.
Three highlights where winning the 'Paddy Power' Gold Cup with Ga Law;
winning the 'Jack De Bromhead' Grade 2 at the Cheltenham Festival with You Wear It Well;
winning the 'Future Stars' Grade 2 at Ayr with Datsalrightgino.