done and dusted, the focus now shifts from jumpers to the flat.
The 2012 turf season is now less than two weeks away, starting on
the last day of March at Doncaster. Ownaracehorse is in an
enviable position, as we have no less than three 2YO's who all look
like they will be racing within a few weeks of the season
As with any young animal, the formative years of a racehorse means
you can never be sure when they will be ready to do the job for
which they are bred. However, as we approach the start of the
flat season, we have had some encouraging reports about our Clodovil
filly Throwing Roses.
|Ollie Pears trains
this 2YO, who is one of eleven youngsters in the Malton-based
handlers yard for the forthcoming season. And the
news from the yard is that this daughter of a two-times
winner is looking like she will be ready to go racing in
mid to late April.
Ollie told us that the filly has been making giant
strides on the gallops recently, and whilst she's not
the biggest around, she certainly has attitude.
This filly is proving to be very sharp, and so we are
aiming to make the most of her forward nature.
Throwing Roses at home in
One of the other important factors
regarding Throwing Roses is that we have had confirmation that her
knees are 'closed' which means we can kick on with her in the
knowledge that she is going to be robust.
An interest in Throwing Roses for the season is available for a
one-off payment of only £114.00!
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