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|Double whammy for Scottish shareholders at start of the flat season on April 1st|
|DATE POSTED: 23/03/2011|
2011 will be the second season where
Ownaracehorse has had racehorses stabled in Scotland, and this year
it looks as if we're going to get off to big start, as both horses
in East Lothian are set to race at Scotland's first meeting of the
George Foster gave us our first Scottish based winner last year when Sandwith won at Musselburgh after putting in several placed performances. This seasoned campaigner will be back out again this year, and he and stablemate Bahamian Kid are expected to be entered for two races on Musselburghs card on Friday 1st April.
Sandwith will go for the five furlong handicap, having won over the course and distance last year, and Bahamian Kid will try a mile for the first time in two years.
Both horses are reported to be going very well on the gallops, and George Foster is looking forward to getting his yard going very early this turf season.
George Foster said earlier this week "Both horses are doing very well - and I'm keen to get them both out early if I can. We lost a lot of time last year with the bad weather in January and February, so I really want to hit the ground running in 2011. There are two perfect races for these horses at the opening meeting in Scotland and I'll have both of them ready to go."
We're looking forward to the end of the month - and so are shareholders, who will have a very early start to the summer campaign. Both horses are expected to race on a regular basis throughout the season - and will be campaigned almost exclusively in Scotland and the Northern tracks.
George Foster added "I'm delighted to have two Ownaracehorse horses in the yard again this season, and I'll fully expecting to repeat the success we had for you and your shareholders in 2010."
There are a limited volume shares still available in both horses for the 2011 season.
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