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If you are interested in buying a horse then you have come to the right place!  We often have a selection of horses available or alternatively we can buy to order - for a no obligation chat to discuss your requirements please do not hesitate to contact us on 01884 840715 or e-mail us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .  Alternatively, for more information on what is involved in racehorse ownership, see our buyers guide.

             Only One Share Remaining!            

Collingwood Court
2014 Grey Gelding
By: Court Cave
Out of: West Hill Rose (IRE)
By: Roselier (FR)

1/10th shares available in exciting five year old winning Irish point-to-pointer Collingwood Court.

I am delighted to be organising an exclusive syndicate, limited to just ten members for the coming jumps season.  I have already sourced and purchased the horse privately and he has benefitted from a summer at grass, strengthening up nicely.  He is back in work and has pleased me with everything he has done to date.

He is by leading sire Court Cave (who has produced Cheltenham Festival winners Mister Whitaker and Willoughby Court amongst others) out of a Roselier mare called West Hill Rose who was herself a 3m hurdle winner.  This makes Collingwood Court a half-brother to chase winners Grand Vision, Victoria Rose and Copper’s Gold.

Collingwood Court has had three starts in Irish point-to-points and after an educational run on his debut in April; he improved significantly on his second start at the Fairyhouse point-to-point track only three weeks later.  Indeed, he was right on the heels of the eventual winner in second place when making a mistake and unseating his rider at the last fence.  The form was boosted when the eventual runner-up won next time out.  He atoned for that misfortune when an easy winner at Ballindenisk next time out, landing his maiden by 6 lengths from subsequent scorer Cronins Hill.

Irish point-to-point experts said, "Collingwood Court brought up the middle leg of a three-timer for Barry O`Neill by asserting from two-out to win as he pleased. He was always close to the pace here and the result was never in doubt once he picked up the running well after the third last. He was a cut above his rivals here, he clearly relishes nice ground and he may slot in over hurdles in handicap company on this evidence."

He was trained in Ireland by Colin Bowe and we have done very well with his stock in the past with the likes of Ramses de Teillee, Daklondike and New Age Dawning all coming from him.

The cost of the syndicate is £2,900+VAT per share to cover the purchase of the horse, followed by twelve monthly payments of £160+VAT to cover all other training and racing expenses.

The syndicate should provide members with a great deal of fun which will include race day badges, stable visits, regular bulletins and a share in the prize money to name but a few benefits.  With only one space remaining, be quick to join this exciting new venture!

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                        Masters Voice                          

Masters Voice
2014 Bay Gelding
By: Milan
Out of: Agladora (FR)
By: Take Risks (FR)

I purchased Masters Voice from the Doncaster Sales at the beginning of August.  A son of top class National Hunt sire Milan, he is a fine stamp of a horse from a good family (being a half-brother to very promising bumper winner Paddy Boss and point-to point winner Slip Road who was placed in a Listed bumper).

Masters Voice showed plenty of promise on his pointing debut when fourth at Bartlemy despite showing distinct signs of inexperience.   He duly stepped up on that effort when bolting up by 10 lengths at Tralee next time out.  Irish point-to-point experts said, “MASTERS VOICE (IRE) is a son of Milan from a strong French distaff family that finished a respectable fourth on his debut at Bartlemy almost two weeks earlier. He won this race with supreme ease, which is a most meritorious performance when one considers that he also ran quite green in the closing stages and he`s taken to develop into a smart sort over middle distances inside the rails”.  They gave him a point-to-point rating of 88+ which for one so inexperienced is very promising.

I bought him for £30,000+VAT, agent and sales commission and I think he represents excellent value at that price.

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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 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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