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|Busy time ahead with runners centring on the end of the month|
|DATE POSTED: 20/05/2013|
It's a relatively
quiet start to the week, but Ownaracehorse shareholders are
expecting a bonanza finish to may, with runs expected from no less
than five of our horses in training...
It's like waiting for buses - nothing for a week and then suddenly Ownaracehorse have five horses running within day of each other - at least that's the plan!
Runners in mid May have been hard to come by by Ownaracehorse standards, with just four runners so far this month. However, by the end of this week we should have plenty of entries and Ownaracehorse shareholders should have as many as five horses expected to race towards the end of the month.
First on the blocks is our favourite veteran, Panama At Once, who will be entered for a Henter Chase at Kelso this Sunday. He will need the rains to come to the North East, but we're hopeful 'Reece' will get the chance to build on his third last time out at Carlisle.
Then its our flat horses which take centre stage as both of our 2YO's are set to take to the turf. Cool Reception is due to start her racing career at the turn of the month, and Faye Belle is set to resume her season. Faye Belle ran about three weeks ago in a Maiden at Windsor which turned out to be a very decent event, with subsequent Listed winners coming out of the race, so her next foray onto a track will be keenly followed. Meanwhile the well-bred Cool Reception comes from the Ollie Pears yard, which already has a Listed-class runner going well at York last week.
Faye Belle - due to get entries for the end of May.
From the same yard, Vision Of Judgment will be entered for another ten furlong handicap in the last week of the month, after missing out due to the ballot today at Redcar. He could be getting a swathe of entries to ensure he goes racing soon.
Then we have Copper Leyf and Street Power, both of whom will be on show for shareholders at our Spring yard visit this weekend at Jeremy Gask's yard at Sutton Veny. Both horses are expected to continue their seasons around the end of the month or early June.
Finally, watch this space, as we are expecting to announce an addition to our horses in training very soon. If this horse joins us, he could well be out at the end of May also!