After a wonderful season last term where we chalked up 46 winners, we’ve built on the quality of horses this season and have added a further two Graded winners to our tally courtesy of Ga Law and Anythingforlove.
We now head to the Grand National meeting with Hogan’s Height (already successful over the fences in the Grand Sefton) heading for the big one, with Stoney Mountain, Thistle Do Nicely, Chapmanshype, and Ga Law all set to take their part at the meeting too.
It hasn’t been an easy year for anyone but with the pandemic curtailing owner’s enjoyment of going racing, I am in the fortunate position that our owners have continued to support us through this time and I believe we have a strong team of young horses that have a very bright future.
We also have some wonderful syndicates and partnerships which will have shares available if you are interested, and don’t forget to check out the Jamie Snowden Racing Club which provides an ideal first step into racehorse ownership.
MY SILENT AUCTION ITEMS
MY HORSES TO FOLLOW FOR 2021
2015 bay mare by Black Sam Bellamy (Ire) ex La Perrotine (Fr) (Northern Crystal (GB))
Foxtrot Racing Anythingforlove
Having won two bumpers last season, she won a brace of novice hurdles this season prior to winning the Grade 2 Jane Seymour at Sandown. She loves the softer ground, so is one to look forward to going chasing next season.
2016 bay gelding by It’s Gino (Ger) ex Delightful Sofie (Ger) (Grand Lodge (USA))
The GD Partnership
He has been 2nd in three bumpers this season. He jumps great, and promises to be a useful novice hurdler next term.
Ga Law (Fr)
2016 bay gelding by Sinndar (Ire) ex Law (Fr) (Lute Antique (Fr))
The Footie Partnership
He utilised the useful weight for age allowance when winning three novice chases in the autumn and graduated to being a 150 horse having won the Grade 2 Rising Stars at Wincanton before finishing 3rd in the Grade 1 Henry VIII at Sandown and 2nd in the Grade 2 Pendil at Kempton – and will now go to the Grade 1 at Aintree.
2016 bay gelding by Sinndar (Ire) ex Folie Star Gate (Fr) (Saint Preuil (Fr))
Friends of Ebony Horse
Third on his bumper debut at Huntingdon, this former point winner, looks the type to develop into a smart staying novice next season after a wind operation.
Up For Parol (Ire)
2016 bay gelding by Flemensfirth (USA) ex Clarification (Ire) (Westerner (GB))
Sir Chips Keswick
Won impressively on his second start over hurdles when we dropped him back in trip. This son of Flemensfirth looks sure to keep progressing and could develop into a Graded performer next season.