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“I was lucky enough to be a syndicate owner of Roy’s Legacy, the winner of race four!
I've never been the sole representative for Nottinghamshire Racing before and I've never been up to receive a prize before so I was absolutely thrilled! The racecourse representatives took time out to make me feel welcome and ask me what my story with racing in general was and about the syndicate and the trainer Shaun Harris.”
Syndicate member following a win at Chepstow, 2017.
"We enjoyed the experience of being shown around the stables last week. We were both impressed by the caring attitude Helen and Shaun had towards all of the horses in the yard.”
Racegoers club member following visit on 3rd May 2017.
“Winning at Southwell in our colours was like a dream come true and we were overjoyed and elated to win our first race. Much praise must also go to Shaun’s training of the horse. We enjoy going to Pinewood and seeing the way the horses are trained and the detail and hard work that is required by the team to get each individual horse to peak fitness and condition.”
Owner in partnership following their first win at Southwell, 2017
September round up
In September we have had one winner with Fujin running a cracking race at Brighton after a long journey early on a Sunday morning, meaning this horse has now won five times in 2017, which is no mean achievement. A total of 9 horses provided 13 runners at 8 courses, down from the activity over the main summer months. The reduction was due to weather and going issues, and also a higher than usual number of eliminations, where our entries were balloted out.
August's Round Up
A total of 12 different horses (22 runners in total) ran at 13 different courses, achieving one win, a second and two fourths. Overall 18% of the 22 runners and 25% of the 12 horses that ran got into the winners enclosure (3 different horses provided the 4 places).
July's Round Up
A total of 16 different horses (28 runners in total) ran at 18 different courses, achieving 3 wins, 3 thirds and a fourth. Overall 25% of the 28 runners and 37.5% of the 16 horses that ran got into the winners enclosure (6 different horses provided the 7 places). We made 4 separate visits to Scotland (7 runners) and one to Jersey. We made 2 trips to Yarmouth on the East Coast and 2 to Surrey, running at Lingfield and Epsom.
June's Round Up
Winners proved elusive for us in June, masking that most horses ran well, with some of our horses coming up against others that were well handicapped. A total of 15 different horses (18 runners in total) ran at 11 different courses, achieving a second, third and three fourths. Overall 28% of the 18 runners and 27% of the 15 horses that ran got into the winners enclosure (4 different horses provided the 5 places). We made 4 separate visits to Scotland and one to Wales. We had 4 runners at Yarmouth on the East Coast.
May’s Round Up
In May we had one winner. Roy’s Legacy delivered another great win at Chepstow and is closing on Fujin with 3 wins to Fujin’s 4 this year so far.
A total of 16 different horses (23 runners in total) ran at 16 different courses, achieving, besides Tommy’s win; 3 seconds, a third and two fourths. Overall 30% of the 23 runners and 31% of the 16 horses that ran got into the winners enclosure (5 different horses provided the 7 wins and places). Hear the Chimes was a good second at Market Rasen to Too Many Diamonds, the latter having won three times in seven days and made the national press.
Rosie Crowe ran a great race at Yarmouth to finish second. She really tried hard and it was worth making the journey to this course.
April’s round up
In April we have had 2 winners. Roy’s Legacy and Fujin delivered yet again and showed that the battle for “stable star” is ongoing.
A total of 14 different horses (22 runners in total) ran at 10 different courses, achieving, besides the 2 wins, 2 seconds, 4 thirds and a fourth. Overall 41% of the 22 runners and 43% of the 14 horses that ran got into the winners enclosure (6 different horses provided the 9 wins and places).