Krebs Cycle.

£1000 per 5%/£500 per 2.5%


Ontoawinner are delighted to add multiple winner Kreb’s Cycle to the string. Kreb’s Cycle is our first horse trained by the very astute Ian Williams.

Kreb’s Cycle is a well-made correct gelding that ran 9 times over the 2016 season on all types of ground for Richard Hannon. He won 2 and placed a further 3 times in his 9 starts.

Our gelding is 100 percent sound and a lovely mover. It was to his credit that his attitude though tested, was proved never in doubt by showing he could cope with heavy going in impressive fashion beating subsequent winners over 6f as well as unlucky in running over 7f at Newmarket on much quicker going.

From the first crop of 2 year old by his sire Helmet, a stallion that as a race horse showed he was the fastest son of Exceed and Excel yet remarkably a Group 1 winner at 3 over a mile, his offspring made a big impression with his first two year olds last year.

It’s worth noting that Kreb’s Cycle mother La Noe was a 10f winner in France at 3 and has a Prix Royal Oak placed mare as his great grandmother.

We are confident that now gelded, he is likely to prove that he will stay further than his campaign allowed this year of 5, 6 and 7f and bring about significant improvement in an already talented horse.

Kreb’s Cycle is another quality addition to the string and will be running at major Saturday meetings this year.

Get in touch early to avoid disappointment.


Krebs Cycle (near side) working Saturday 25th February


2.5% Share

    • Share Price £1050 £500
    • Monthly Fees £70

5% Share

    • Share Price £2100  £1000
    • Monthly Fees £140

10% Share

    • Share Price £4200 £2000
    • Monthly Fees £280


Age: 4
Wins: 3
Places: 6
Sire: Helmet
Dam: La Noe
Trainer: Ian Williams

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Trainer: Ian Williams

About Ian


In his younger years, Ian spent time at Jenny Pitmans and Martin Pipes before joining Francois Doumen at Chantilly in France. His time there coincided with a golden age for the yard with The Fellow landing a couple of King George’s as well as the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

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