Weekend Update – A fantastic Cheltenham festival
Cheltenham proved to be a fantastic spectacle that truly lived up to its hype, a punters paradise that saw the majority of short price favourites win and resulted in bookies running for cover. Sprinter Sacre captured a nations heart and came back to win the champion chase, what a training performance by Nicky Henderson. Thursday and Friday saw accumulators land and well supported favourites win, finishing with Don Cossack landing the big one for Gigginstown and Nina Carberry scoring on the Enda Bolger trained On The Fringe, adding insult to injury for the bookies – a bashing of the highest order! It was no surprise to see Willie Mullins dominate but we also saw the emergence of a future generation of talented trainers with Joseph O Brien, Dan Skelton and Harry Fry all having winners, a fantastic festival from beginning to end!
As the sun set on the 2016 Cheltenham Festival, thoughts immediately turn to the flat and our busiest time of the year at OnToAWinner. We have loads of really exciting prospects for the year ahead. Quiet Reflection, Toocoolforschool, Yourartisonfire and London Protocol will all be out early, we have 2 year olds ready to go; needless to say we are chomping at the bit to get started. We still have shares available in a wide range of horses, it’s a great time to get involved and minimise the amount of trainings fees required prior to a run, you can check out all of our available shares here: http://www.ontoawinner.net/available-shares
Below are the latest pictures of our Sepoy colt called Mutineer who is in training with Daniel and Claire Kubler. Sepoy was superstar racehorse in Australia, winning 9 stakes races and over £2.4 million pounds in the process. He was rated the highest two year old for 35 years, at three he went on to be the World Champion sprinter and was the highest rated three year old sprinter ever in Australia. Our colt has been very well stamped by the sire and looks fantastic ahead of the season.
We still have shares available in 2 very exciting prospects at Ben Haslams. The Sir Prancealot colt will be out early in the season, he is a colt that is exciting everyone who sits on him and a sure fire winner for the 2016 season. The Casamento filly has a fantastic page and is also a very exciting horse for this season, she has a fantastic temperament and behaves like a good horse should. You can check out Bens horses on his profile here
If you are interested in any of our horses, get in touch and we can call you and go through some options, if you are in any doubt, you can read testimonials here.
Entries for the coming week
|Horse||Date||Link to race|
|Down the Line||23rd March||Click Here|
|London Protocol||25th March||Click Here|
|Yourartisonfire||2nd April||Doncaster: Betway Lincoln|
|American Post x Cordoba||18th August||York: DBS Premier Yearling Stakes|
|Royal Applause x Giusina Mia||18th August||York: DBS Premier Yearling Stakes|
|Harbour Watch x Golden Dirham||18th August||York: DBS Premier Yearling Stakes|
|Bournville||18th August||York: DBS Premier Yearling Stakes|
|Nobility||18th August||York: DBS Premier Yearling Stakes|
|Sheng Chi Dragon||18th August||York: DBS Premier Yearling Stakes|
|Suited||18th August||York: DBS Premier Yearling Stakes|
|Elzaam x Adaptation||11th September||Curragh: The Tattersalls Ireland Super Auction Sales Stakes|
|Kheleyf x New Romantic||11th September||Curragh: The Tattersalls Ireland Super Auction Sales Stakes|
|Seduce Me||1st October||Nemarket: £150,000 Tattersalls October Auction Stakes|