Equiano filly.

£800 per 5%/£400 per 2.5%


Ontoawinner would like to offer Gemma Tutty a warm welcome to the team for the 2023 season. We are delighted to offer a homebred – stunning, flashy Chesnut filly by Equiano, out of Tabikat Elle.

This filly is a March foal and has already been broken in at Bursea Lodge stud. We are big fans of the sire having previously had a lot of success with Staxton who was trained by Tim Easterby.

Equiano, also known as the “King of Speed” was a high class sprinter by Acclamation who won the King James Palace Stakes twice during his illustrious career. Equiano topped the European 2015 second season sire premiership for wins (64) defeating both Zebedee and Paco Boy. He is a superb sire and has produced multiple Group 1 winners such as The Tin Man etc.

The dam – Tabikat Elle raced in Yellow & White and she is a sister to Hunt who was a winner of 1 Group 1 race, 4 Group 2 races, 1 Group 3 and a listed, what an amazing horse to have on this fillies page and will add residual value to our horse.

This filly has the size and scope to make into a lovely racehorse. She is an absolute stunner, has a very good walk and wont be just a 2 year old. Share’s are priced to sell and are very good value, Get in touch to avoid disappointment.


There share price below are all inclusive with no monthlies until 1st March 2023

2.5% Share

    • Share Price £400
    • Monthly Fees £85 from 1st March 2023

5% Share

    • Share Price £800
    • Monthly Fees £169 from 1st March 2023

10% Share

    • Share Price £1600
    • Monthly Fees £325 from 1st March 2023


Age: 2
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Equiano
Dam: Tabikat Elle
Trainer: Gemma Tutty

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Trainer: Gemma Tutty

About Gemma


An exciting new addition to the training ranks, with 2022 set to be our first season as a license holder. Gemma brings a wealth of experience, having worked in the industry for well over a decade. She honed her interest in flat racing when taking out an apprentice jockey’s licence in 2012. Following stints with Saeed Bin Suroor in Dubai, Kevin Ryan

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