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                  Meep Meep Mag (IRE)                   

Meep Meep Mag (IRE)
2014 Bay Mare
By: Getaway (GER)
Out of: Deadly Pursuit (IRE)
By: Subtle Power (IRE)

Meep Meep Mag is a five year old mare by up and coming National Hunt stallion Getaway who has already produced top class performers such as Verdana Blue, Getaway Trump and Getabird, out of an unraced mare who was a half-sister to Kerry National winner Ponmeoath.

She has had just two starts in Irish point-to-points, showing promise on the first of those occasions when third behind very useful prospect Mt Leinster Gold.  She duly delivered on that promise next time when running out an easy five length winner at Loughnamore on 18th May.  Irish point-to-point experts www.p2p.ie were clearly impressed with her, saying “Meep Meep Mag brought the best form to the table considering that she finished third to the impressive Mt Leinster Gold at Dawstown on May 6th and she confirmed that impression by recording a clear cut success here.

She made a most pleasing debut by coming third in a considerably hotter Dawstown maiden over two weeks earlier and she was always positioned on the pace. She went to the front after the second last and the result was never really in doubt thereafter. She then went clear on the flat and she can be expected to conquer winners grade before making her presence felt in hurdle company.”  

Given the prices some of these winning Irish pointers are making, she looks extremely good value.  She is fit and ready to run and will contest bumpers before going hurdling, whilst her point-to-point form shows that she will jump fences in time.

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                     Fort Summer (IRE)                     

Fort Summer (IRE)
2015 Bay Gelding
By: Kalanisi (IRE)
Out of: Glen Ellie (IRE)
By: Anshan

I purchased this fine looking four year old gelding from the Doncaster Sales for £20,000 (plus associated costs) towards the end of May on the back of the promise he had shown in Irish point-to-points.

Fort Summer is a son of leading jumps sire Kalanisi (who has produced Grade One winners such as Katchit, Kalashnikov and Barters Hill).

Described by Irish pointing experts www.p2p.ie as ‘A son of Kalanisi with a lovely style of galloping.’ They commented on his debut that the ‘Kalanisi-gelding still held the call on the run to the penultimate obstacle only to have no more to offer shortly after two-out. Still beaten less than ten lengths on this his initial career start, this youngster showed up more than sufficiently well here to suggest that a race of this nature should be well within his capabilities whilst he too should have little difficulty in making the transition to racing inside the rails.’

Indeed, the winner of that race (Giant’s Table) was subsequently sold at auction, fetching £160,000 and making our chap look an absolute steal.

This promising youngster looks sure to be suited by the shorter distances afforded under rules and will likely start in bumpers before going hurdling, whilst he has the size and scope to jump fences later on down the line.

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                     Stream Lady (IRE)                     

Stream Lady (IRE)
2013 Bay Mare
By: Curtain Time (IRE)
Out of: Victory Queen (IRE)
By: Victory Note (USA)

For sale to stay in the yard.

I am pleased to offer six year old mare Stream Lady, a winning Irish point-to-pointer as well as a winner over hurdles.  This attractive type is well-bred (her dam is a half-sister to Grade 2 chase winner Slaney Native) and has plenty of size and scope about her.

She put up her best performance to date under rules when successful on her penultimate outing at Plumpton at the end of April when stepped up to 3m+ for the first time on a sound surface and ran to a similar mark when a close third at Uttoxeter in mid-April.

She is fit and ready to run and I think she remains feasibly weighted over hurdles from a mark of 106 and will really come into her own in the future when sent over fences for staying chases as she is a lovely big mare of 16.2hh.

Looks excellent value at £10,000+VAT

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                    Ballard Down (IRE)                    

Ballard Down (IRE)
2013 Bay Gelding
By: Canford Cliffs (IRE)
Out of: Mackenzie's Friend
By: Selkirk (USA)

I purchased Ballard Down after he was the impressive winner at Wolverhampton on 7th May.  Over a trip short of his best, he showed a good burst of acceleration to run down his rivals close home and win cosily.  On a track where it pays to race handily, he did well to win from where he did.  The closing stages can be found by clicking here.  The Racing Post said, "Ballard Down was the class horse of the race with an official mark of 91 and although he took a while to get going, he got rolling in the final furlong and finished best of all down the middle of the track.  He hasn't been disgraced in much better company".

He was placed from a mark of 94 on the flat in January so clearly possesses plenty of latent ability.  He looks sure to benefit from a step-up in trip, is fit and ready to run and will be schooled with a view to running him over hurdles as well as on the flat.  An attractive, athletic type, he certainly has the size and scope to make a hurdler.  By crack miler Canford Cliffs (who has done well with his jumps progeny with the likes of Cliffs Of Dover, Storm Rising and Grade 2 runner-up Beat The Judge), Ballard Down is a half-brother to winning hurdlers Know The Law and Juno The Muffinman.

Fit and ready to run, he looks an exciting, good value addition to the team.

Price: £16,000+VAT

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                     Legal History (IRE)                    

Legal History (IRE)
2015 Bay Gelding
By: Lawman (FR)
Out of: Nina Celebre (IRE)
By: Peintre Celebre (USA)

I am pleased to offer a 25% share in exciting juvenile hurdle prospect Legal History.  He is bred in the purple by Lawman out of a Peintre Celebre mare and as such is a half-brother to to Group One winner Pakistan Star and German 1,000 Guineas 5th Nina Terz  He has shown a decent level of form on the flat, finishing in the frame on five of his nine starts, reaching a BHA rating of 87 at his best.  Quality juvenile hurdlers are hard to find but this chap looks the ideal type to make up into just that.  He has finished in the frame in all hurdle starts to date, including when a close second in a Class 2 contest at Newbury last time.  He is entered in a £40,000 juvenile handicap hurdle at Ascot this weekend.

He is an ideal dual-purpose type and will give potential owners the benefit of owning a smart prospect for a fraction of the normal cost.  The 1/4 share is available for £12,000+VAT.

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                  First Lord de Cuet (FR)                

First Lord de Cuet (FR)
2014 Grey Gelding
By: Lord du Sud (FR)
Out of: Alyce (FR)
By: Villez (USA)

I purchased First Lord de Cuet at the Chetlenham sales at the end of May following a most pleasing debut success in an Irish point-to-point at Tralee.  He showed plenty of pace that day and I loved the determined attitude he displayed to hold on in a driving finish despite a last fence mistake, the first two coming well clear of a Gigginstown runner in third. 

A product of the prolific Monbeg operation, he looks sure to make up into a quality individual.  The pundits at Irish pointing experts p2p.ie said, “First Lord de Cuet was one of eight newcomers in the line-up and he came back from a final fence blunder to oblige in what was the closest finish of the afternoon…he’s likely to make his presence felt on the racetrack over shorter to middle distances”.  They were clearly impressed giving him a figure of 90+ which is very high, especially for a first effort.

He will start off in bumpers and certainly has the physique for hurdles and as his display at Tralee suggests, he will jump fences in time.

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2015 Bay Gelding
By: Dansili
Out of: Tottie
By: Fantastic Light (USA)

Teaser ran out an easy winner of a 1m2f Leicester seller on his latest start (coming home 2 lengths ahead of the favourite with a further 6 lengths back to the third) and we purchased him with a view to sending him juvenile hurdling.  A nice stamp of a horse and lightly raced, he is a half-brother to decent winner Column.  He will begin jumping in our loose school and will be ready to go hurdling shortly and he looks to be a good value buy at £7,500+VAT. 



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