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    May will see plenty of runners from the Ownaracehorse syndicates    
         
    DATE POSTED: 30/04/2012    
         
    With the first few weeks of the new flat season behind us, we reach May and the flat campaign starts in earnest.  We have seven horses which are expected to start their summer seasons in the next four weeks...

Although the weather will no doubt have its say, May 2012 will see a big upturn in the number of runners from Ownaracehorse syndicates, as horses start their summer season's in earnest.

We've already had our first 2YO runner of the season - an excellent effort from Throwing Roses at Ripon for the Ollie Pears yard, and the next few weeks should see another couple of debut's from our remaining 2YO's.
 
Both Poppy's Purse and Miss Starry Eyed are making good progress at home, and we are expecting to see them start their career's in May.

Poppy's Purse is a lovely tall filly with plenty about her, whilst Miss Starry Eyed is a compact and quick sort who will give shareholders in the South plenty to cheer about if she is as half as good as her full brother (Pint Size) as a 2YO.
 

Meanwhile up in North Yorkshire we had a terrific time at Philip Kirby's yard visit only a week ago - and he is expecting to give Back To Paris and Stormy Morning entries in a matter of days.  Stormy Morning won for shareholders only a few months ago, and was a good third at Musselburgh after that.  He will relish the faster ground and could go hurdling and flat racing.

The same applies to Back To Paris, who will alternate between the flat and hurdles. He is a multiple winning handicapper and was looking superb at the yard visit.  He is sold out now - but a couple of bigger 'Private Service' shares still remain.

Another dual purpose horse, this time based in the Midlands, is just waiting for the soft ground to disappear and she will be out.  Prickles (pictured above) was third last time up - and we expect great things from this five-year-old mare this summer, as she appears to be ready to win for us.  Her stable mate Dancing Ellie Mae is another expected to race again in May - she is almost ready to start racing again after a minor setback, and will be an interesting proposition on the turf being under-exposed but promising to be decent.

Finally, Rowan Lodge will be back out - following a dreadful expedition to Beverley where the ground was bottomless and exactly what this tough handicapper wants.  If the weather breaks at some point in May, expect to see him getting competitive when he can hear his hooves rattle on the surface.

So, a lot to look forward to over the coming weeks as all our syndicates should be seeing their charges being given entries and experiencing a race or two.

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