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|Interested in a 2YO for next season? Come along to our Yearling parade at the Ollie Pears yard in Malton|
|DATE POSTED: 10/11/2014|
Would you be
interested in a 2.5% or higher share in an un-raced 2YO for next
turf season? We have four young yearlings at the Ollie Pears yard in
Malton, and you are welcome to come along and see them in early
Ollie Pears trained two 2YO's for us last season and he managed to get wins from both of them - Studio Star and Dad's Girl are both still in training after successful 2014 seasons which saw them both win and get placed. This year we have doubled our number of horses in training - with four 2YO's for 2015 based in Malton.
If you are interested in either a lease, or an outright share in a 2YO for next season, you are invited to join us and OIlie on the morning of Sunday November 30th to see all the youngsters in the flesh and to discuss them in detail.
Our latest acquisition - a lovely scopey colt by Elnadim out of a winning mare.
There is absolutely no pressure to buy any of the horses on show - besides, these lovely animals sell themselves! - all we ask is that you contact us ahead of the date to let us know you will be attending, so we can cater for the right numbers. Either call the Helpdesk, or use our contact us page to send a message.
Our yearlings are also available to be bought as Gifts - so if you are looking to provide someone with a present which they will remember for some time - a 'Private Service' share - you are more than welcome to join us in order to select your racehorse.
On the day we will see all the horses up close and hear Ollie describing the sorts of campaigns each horse is hoping to have, and if the weather and the horse's training programme allows, we may also see them work up the Malton gallops.
Please be aware that this parade is just for shareholders wanting a more serious share in a racehorse for next season of 2.5% or higher. Our normal shareholder yard visits for next season will start in spring 2015.