With the national hunt winter season fast approaching we have an exciting team of horses to go to war with.
Rebecca Curtis trains dual bumper winner and hurdle winner Ashes House who will have a chasing campaign this season and after sorting out an on going problem he had during his summer break we are hopeful he will be better than ever.
Rebecca also handles bumper winner and listed bumper placed Ballyhollow, she will be sent novice hurdling this season and she is bred to be a decent type and with an excellent mares programme in the calendar we are hopeful of a fruitful season.
Our final horse with Rebecca is the very exciting point to point winner, Winter Walk. He is likely to start off in bumpers before going novice hurdling and we have had nothing but good reports on this grand looking type.
Moving from Rebecca Curtis to Tim Vaughan.
Dalaman is a horse that we have always thought a lot, even before he was broken this scopey type just had something about him and being the half brother to one of Tim Vaughan’s stable stars, Hawkhill we are hopeful that he will follow in his brothers footsteps. He will go down the junior bumper route this season.
Gracie B is a very well bred mare by Golan, she is the half sister to 2 graded performers and she will start off in a bumper before going novice hurdling.
The Wallace Line made a very pleasing hurdles debut a few weeks ago, he requires softer ground and further in time but he looks like a certain winner throughout the winter season.