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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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