Friday 7th May
We were most encouraged by Reckon I’m Hot’s second race at Lingfield Park on Tuesday. Thsi time around the horse was a little slow away but he showed some promising early tactical speed and settled into a lovely rhythm behind the leaders. As the race started to unfold and Rhys Clutterbuck asked for an effort, we were delighted to see our boy respond, picking up nicely and trying right the way to the line to finish 5th. He tried his best but just lacked the turn of foot in the closing stages and is likely to be stepped up to 6f next time.
Just two 5% shares remain in this exciting prospect now!
Invincible Lass was not declared for Nottingham today due to the ground. Her next target looks to be Windsor on 17th May. SB
Tuesday 4th May
Good luck to connections of Reckon I’m Hot who has his second start at Lingfield Park this afternoon. He reunites with Rhys Clutterbuck and hopefully will enjoy a change in tactics and the surface. We look forward to seeing him racing & are please some of his Owners can attend.
Invincible Lass holds an entry at Nottingham on 7th May. It looks an interesting race and Marco will take a look before confirming our participation. SB
Saturday 1st May
Dama Bianca ran disappointingly at Redcar on Thursday and didn’t seem to really want to get involved at all. She’s come out of the race fine and we will now discuss with her trainer and Owners the best plan for all concerned moving forward.
Reckon I’m Hot worked pleasingly this morning upsides another two 2-year olds and is likely to head to Lingfield Park on Tuesday.
All of our NH horses have now gone on their summer breaks and we are delighted that all of them will return to action in the Autumn. SB
Tuesday 27th April
Dama Bianca has been declared for Redcar on Thursday over a mile. The track will hopefully sort this filly and we are delighted to have the very experience Ben Curtis on board. We are looking forward to seeing her on the turf – good luck to her connections!
2yo Reckon I’m Hot has been in great order since his debut at Newbury and is showing signs he is ready to race again. There are possible targets for him at Lingfield Park (04/05), Bath (12/05) or Salisbury (13/05.)
Congratulations to Mr Paul Hunt who enjoyed his second winner in a matter of weeks courtesy of Silver Gunn (whom we manage for him) at Yarmouth today. He looks an exciting horse for the future. SB
Friday 23rd April
Aiguillette ran a blinder at Lingfield Park on Wednesday on his comeback race, finishing strongly to secure 3rd despite being too far back and having to go wide. He will be winning very soon for sure!
Unfortunately it wasn’t such a positive run from Cilaos Glace the following day, the horse almost doing too much out in front and running out of petrol. He will now have a good holiday while we go back to drawing board.
Our next runner looks set to be Dama Bianca at either Windsor, Brighton or Redcar next week. EA.
Tuesday 20th April
Aiguillette has been declared for Lingfield Park tomorrow and Hector Crouch will take the ride. It is great to get his season underway and after a string of seconds, it would be wonderful to see him knock up a string of wins for his lovely Owners this season!
Cilaos Glace returns to hurdles at Perth on Thursday and makes his journey up there today. He has a fantastic jockey booking in Daryl Jacob. He will be one of our final NH runners of the season so let’s hope he can end things on a high!
The likes of Walk In The Wild, Waikiki Waves, Legal Rights and Riohacha will enjoy a summers holiday now. We believe all 4 of them are capable of producing plenty of fun for Owners this Autumn!
Dama Bianca has been entered at Windsor on Monday over 1m. This will be her handicap debut although she will need a little luck getting into her race. SB
Saturday 17th April
We enjoyed a fabulous day at Newbury yesterday and the racecourse looked after Owners extremely well!
Reckon I’m Hot was a true professional from start to finish yesterday! He went down to post brilliantly, loaded into the stalls well and was one of the fastest away. Consequently he found himself travelling a little more handy than ideal but he travelled strongly as straight as a die under Rhys Clutterbuck before getting tired in the closing stages. He will have learnt plenty fo looks set to step up to 6f next time. There were certainly several positives to take away from the race!
Invincible Lass also shaped with promise at Newbury, finishing her race off really strongly. It was just a shame she was in the stalls for a lengthy amount of time which saw her slowly away and be further back than ideal. She certainly caught the eye however and will step up in trip next time out in May.
Entries have been made for Aiguillette at Lingfield Park on 21st April after an encouraging piece of work this morning and also for Cilaos Glace at Perth on 22nd April in search of soft ground conditions – he will also be back over hurdles. SB
Wednesday 14th April
We have two horses declared for Newbury on Friday – both making their racecourse debuts!
The first is Reckon I’m Hot in the opener over 5f. Rhys Clutterbuck has done all the work with the horse at home and we are delighted to see him on board this lad on Friday. Whilst 3yo Invincible Lass makes her debut over 7f in the last race for fillies only that have never raced. Excitingly Hollie Doyle is on board and it is sure to be a learning curve for both horses! Good luck to them and their connections. SB
Monday 12th April
For whatever reason Waikiki Waves just did not turn up at Chepstow on Saturday and gave a rather lacklustre performance. He seemed in great form leading up to his race but some bloods will be taken as a precaution just to insure he is 100% before we decide whether to race him again or not this season.
Walk In The Wild didn’t disgrace himself at Warwick yesterday and he has come out of the race well. It was probably the quickest the horse has travelled in a race which resulted in him making a couple of novicey mistakes. However he stayed on nicely in the closing stages and will now receive a handicap mark which is sure to open up some more options for him. He is set to enjoy a decent summers holiday now.
Aiguillette has not been declared for Kempton Park on Wednesday. The horse has been working well at home but Gary feels he would just benefit from another piece of work or two before racing him again. SB
Saturday 10th April
Walk In The Wild has been declared for Warwick tomorrow with Jonathan Burke taking the ride. Good luck to his connections.
Exciting times ahead as 2yo Reckon I’m Hot holds his first entries this Friday 16th April over 5f at Bath and Newbury! The Newbury race is naturally quite competitive and a little rain would be welcome for this son of Hot Streak. Trainer Gary Moore is keen to get the horse’s campaign underway and we cannot wait to see him in action.
Also exciting news for the Invincible Lass syndicate as she has been entered to make her debut at Newbury on Friday in an interesting race for 3yo fillies that are yet to race. Her Owners have been incredibly patient and we hope she is worth the wait! SB
Thursday 8th April
Waikiki Waves has been declared for the 8-runner field at Chepstow on Saturday 10th April. It looks an ideal race for the horse over an extended trip of 2m7f and Jamie Moore takes the ride. Best of luck to his Owners – some of who will be attending with him on Saturday!
Aiguillette has been entered at Kempton Park on Wednesday 14th April – along with 41 other horses! He is going to need a little luck getting into the race but we keep our fingers crossed as he worked fantastically yesterday morning and is ready to go. SB
Monday 5th April
Happy Easter – we hope you all had a lovely break!
We are pleased to report Ruby Yeats is well following her run on Saturday at Haydock Park. Unfortunately the ground and the way the race was ran did not suit her and we will be patient now for some wet weather – praying for a wet late April!
We are looking forward to the Grand National this weekend and a few Owners could be watching it from Chepstow Racecourse as this looks set to be where Waikiki Waves will next race providing the ground isn’t too firm. We also have Walk In The Wild entered over hurdles at Warwick on Sunday too. We really like both of these boys and are thrilled that both syndicates will continue for another season! Thank you to their lovely Owners for their continued support.
Looking towards our flat runners and entries will be popping up this week for the likes of Aiguillette, Invincible Lass and our 2yo by Hot Streak who will be given his racing name very soon – watch this space!! SB
Thursday 1st April
April is here and it looks to be a very busy month for HOTSR!
Legal Rights was our last runner of March at Fakenham and although the young horse travelled and jumped well for the first part of his race against some very nice horses, he just didn’t finish things off as strongly as we would have liked to have seen. Since arriving at Gary Moore’s the horse has changed shape dramatically and maybe his body just needs a little more time to adjust. He will now be gelded and given at least 6 weeks at grass which he is sure to benefit from. We believe there is fun to be had with this horse and he will be back racing in September when the ground ought to be more to his liking.
Ruby Yeats has been declared for a £35,000 Class 2 hurdle race at Haydock Park on Saturday. She schooled brilliantly at home this morning and Josh Moore will take the reins. SB
Tuesday 30th March
A huge congratulations to Mr Paul Hunt as it finally all comes together for his mare Episode (who we manage for him) as she won her first race over fences yesterday at Fontwell Park. Jamie Moore rode a great race as the mare jumped beautifully, stayed on up the steep hill and looked to really enjoy herself. This win will have done wonders for her confidence and hopefully she can progress from here.
Waikiki Waves has not been declared for Uttoxeter on Thursday and will instead be saved for Chepstow on 10th April. Stable mate Ruby Yeats holds an entry at Haydock Park this weekend in a Class 2 Series Final Handicap! SB
Sunday 28th March
Legal Rights has been declared for Fakenham on Tuesday in the opening 5 runner race. Jamie Moore takes the ride and we hope to see the horse take a step forward from his hurdling debut. Good luck to connections & a safe trip for the horse!
Ruby Yeats was not declared for Fakenham due to the drying out ground. She is in desperate need of some rain! SB
Wednesday 24th March
Ruby Yeats has been entered at Fakenham in an interesting race for 8yo+ over 2m4f (some rain would be welcome for her!) Stable mate Legal Rights has been given an entry in a novice hurdle race at Fakenham on Tuesday too and he will enjoy a couple of schooling sessions this week before Gary decides whether or not he is to race.
Our 2-year old colt by Hot Streak is coming on leaps and bounds with Gary Moore! He has been delighting his trainer with his training and stepped up into cantering upsides from last week. On Saturday the colt enjoyed a piece of work on the bridle upsides on the grass gallop before working this morning in the centre of a group of 3 over 4 furlongs. Considering this was his first time amongst a group and going a shade faster the youngster was such the professional, determined to keep his neck in front and Gary and rider Rhys Clutterbuck were thrilled.
The colt is on track to make his racecourse debut in early May and we have just FIVE 5% shares remaining for sale in this exciting horse. Join now & be involved in giving this horse a racing name! SB
Monday 22nd March
Legal Rights by no means disgraced himself at Kempton Park on Saturday morning. The field went off a fast pace early on and at that speed Legal Rights did make a couple of novicey mistakes. However really did try his best, saved his best jumping for the closing stages and had a good blow post race. He is sure to come on for the run fitness wise and his next possible target could be Fontwell Park on 29/03.
Just ONE 5% share remains in Legal Rights.
We are also delighted to hear the news that from 29th March racecourses are preparing for the return of Owners! It is limited to two Owners until 12th April when the rule of 6 is expected to come back into play. We cannot wait to see our Owners back at the track where they belong!
Friday 19th March
Walk In The Wild ran with such promise at Doncaster yesterday and we were thrilled with his second start over hurdles. The horse relaxed beautifully into his race and jumped the majority of his hurdles most professionally. He stayed on right to the line to finish 3rd behind some well respected horses.
Stable mate Cilaos Glace was a little disappointing over fences but tactically things did not go to plan and he will definitely be more prominent next time. It is also likely he will return to hurdles next time out.
Legal Rights has been declared to make his UK and hurdling debut at Kempton Park on Saturday. It does look a competitive contest but hopefully he can enjoy a neat and safe round of jumping and will learn plenty. Good luck to his Owners!
Tuesday 16th March
Day One of the Cheltenham Festival is here and we wish all runners, riders and connections a safe and successful trip today! The main focus today is the Champion Hurdle race and we are wishing the very best of luck to the Gary Moore team and Jamie Moore with Goshen. It would be magical to see him cross the line in front & we are rooting for them!
Back to our horses and Ruby Yeats ran a creditable race yesterday at Plumpton. The ground was probably fast enough for the mare but she jumped her hurdles well and stayed right through the line to finish 3rd. Jockey Josh Moore feels there is another win to come from her this season and hopefully this can coincide with some rainfall.
Our next runners will be the Oliver Sherwood trained duo Cilaos Glace and Walk In The Wild at Doncaster on Thursday. It looks the ideal race for Cilaos Glace & whilst there are one or two that need respecting in Walk In The Wild’s race, the track ought to suit both boys. Good luck to connections!
New boy Legal Rights holds his first entry over hurdles at Kempton Park this Saturday. His participation will be dependent on his schooling/training this week but he is looking to be a promising prospect and it is unsurprising we have just 3 5% shares remaining. SB