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    High Wells leaves his opponents trailing in his wake at Bath to record his first win    
    DATE POSTED: 01/09/2017    

In the 14 years we have been syndicating racehorses, and the many winners our shareholders have enjoyed there can not have been an easier winner than when High Wells left his field spread-eagled at Bath yesterday...   

Trainer Seamus Durack, in another great peice of race placement, watched his 3YO charge romp home in a 1m 2f handicap at Bath, and in the process record the gelding's first win of his career.

High Wells was having his seventh run of the season, and had previously finished second earlier this year, but back to a perfect trip and with the going conditions much more to his liking he strode into the lead from over two out and won unchallenged.

High Wells - leaves his competition behind to record his first win.

This son of High Chaparral has taken time to come to himself, as he was a backward and sometimes difficult horse to train as a two-year-old, but the way in which he won yesterday makes him a hugely interesting horse for the future.  His dam was a horse who came into her own when she was four and five, and we are anticipating this could be the same case with this chap.

Shareholders won just under 3,000 for this win, and it looks like there could be more to come in the last couple of months of the season.

If you want a share in this exciting 3YO, then you'll need to be eagle-eyed!  He is sold out for this season, and will only appear for 2018 if we have spare shares after the current shareholders renew. Sign up to our free newsletter email to get details of when he's available sent to you in Autumn.

You can view his winning performance now.

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