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    The following is an update on all of our horses in training at February 18th 2011.

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    SARAH’S ART:
Slightly disappointing last time at Wolverhampton but trainer and jockey far from concerned as horse had a ‘bad day at the office’.  Should soon be back firing on all cylinders as he looks to add to the EIGHT wins he has already registered for his shareholders.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

MY BEST BET:
Continues her rehabilitation following a training setback last autumn.  Trainer Stef Higgins remains sure the enforced break will do her some good and this ultra consistent mare should be back as good as ever in 2011.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

COUNCELLOR:
Has commenced trotting at Felstead Court stables and new lad at the yard seems to have built a pleasing rapport with this very useful handicapper.  Looks set to be back on the track in the spring and should be racing at Kempton, Goodwood and Epsom and other southern based courses.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

AMICAL RISKS:
Entered at Wolverhampton this week and takes a step up in trip.  Ollie Pears thinks that on Polytrack he probably needs further than 12f.  May race once or twice more on the All Weather before heading to Doncaster during the Lincoln meeting.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

BACHELOR KNIGHT:
Again finished fourth on his most recent outing at Southwell over six furlongs.  Will now be having a short break before running once more on the All Weather in late March before heading for the turf during April.

SANDWITH:
Has just commenced cantering following his winter break.  George Foster reports the horse looks and feels very well.  A tough and consistent five furlong sprinter who gave shareholders numerous great days out last year.  Always worth noting at Musselburgh when there is cut in the ground.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

BAHAMIAN KID:
Has pleased trainer George Foster in his first few weeks at Stoneypath.  Trainer describes him as very straight forward with no vices.  Had his first beach canter last week and thoroughly enjoyed himself.  Potentially well handicapped on turf and could give shareholders lots of excitement this year.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

PETRUS DE SORMAIN:
Missed his intended first run of the year last weekend at Hereford due to fears about the ground.  Now looks set to go to Taunton on the 22 February.  Trainer James Evans pleased to have this gelding back to fitness and looking to win races with him this year.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

FRIENDSHIP BAY:
Trainer James Evans being very patient with this potentially very useful prospect.  His work continues to please his trainer and he has targeted an Easter return to action for this strapping gelding.  May well be novice chasing by the end of the year.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

PANAMA AT ONCE:
Made a pleasing return to action at Newcastle recently despite unsuitably sticky conditions and was eventually pulled up, but should benefit from the outing.  Was given a helping hand by the handicapper after that run and Philip Kirby looking to have him racing again in the near future.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

CHERRYCAKE:
Has been given some fast work recently by Philip Kirby who says that seems to be taking the increase in her training regime in her stride.  Will hopefully have her ready to go racing in the next few weeks.  SHARES AVAILABLE FOR 2011.

STORM BLUE:
Following excellent work by our pre-training yard has now gone back into full time training with Ollie Pears.  Ollie has only had the horse a short period but describes him as an excellent mover who he will work on getting to race fitness in the next month, hopefully ahead of a turf campaign this year.

CRUMBLE:
Making excellent progress at present.  Has started cantering and will be building up to full fitness over the next two months.  Will be sent into training with Philip Kirby, likely to be in late spring.


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