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We are delighted to welcome a new trainer to our ranks in the shape of George Scott. George trains on the famous Hamilton Road in Newmarket and he’s made a very impressive start to his career. We couldn’t be more happy with our first purchase he will have in his care.

This bay first foal of the hard knocking two year old winner, Hot Secret (Shakee’s Secret), is a strong and athletic son of Helmet, who has made a big impression with his first two year olds this season. Bought from the renowned nursery that is Whitsbury Manor Stud, this colt has both size and scope to go on improving throughout the year. He is from one of the fastest two year old families in the book, with his dam being a half sister to Dubai Duty Free Mill Reef Stakes (Group II) winner Temple Meads. Born on February 4th we would expect him to be making his debut in the early part of next season.

The dam is Hot Secret who was a very fast daughter of Sakhee’s Secret, she won over 5f as a two year old.

Helmet himself was a dual Grade One winner at two and is by the worlds best sire of two year olds in Exceed And Excel. In this, his first season, he has sired stake performers Thunder Snow, Eqtiraan and Mur Hiba alongside a plethora of two year old maiden winners that are bound to be making their mark in stakes company in the coming months.

Our horse is everything you look for in an early sort. He’s strong, athletic and has a very nice walk. He’s a February foal and we would expect him to be one of our first horses to debut and he should also improve as the season goes on.



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Age: 4
Wins: 1
Places: 2
Sire: Helmet
Dam: Hot Secret
Trainer: George Scott

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Trainer: George Scott

About George


George’s served his time as pupil-assistant to Mark Tompkins and assistant to Michael Bell. Those were times George will never forget. Not least because of his day-to-day involvement with Wigmore Hall

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