High Acclaim

High Acclaim gave us our first 2yr old winner of the season when he scored impressively at Lingfield last Thursday with Fergus Sweeney on board.

We purchased High Acclaim at the Ascot Breezes ups and he has pleased me from the moment we got him home he is very laid back and professional in what he does, he had worked very impressively on the Saturday before and I was confident of a big run.

Excel Racing for whom I purchased the colt for are a syndicate with some of my existing owners but also some new ones so it was pleasing to get them a winner so soon after joining us.

Langley Vale headed to Goodwood but after a deluge of rain he didn’t handle the going, Rob Winston reported that he tried to quicken but just couldn’t get going on the ground.

A quiet week for us with no runners due to the soft ground.

Posted by Sue Teal

Update

sorry for the delay in updating the news feed but what with the horses and then Mollie our Bassett decides to get her self run over its all been a bit hectic.

The horses continue in good form and running consistently.

On 30th May we had our first 2yr old runner of the Season At Windsor, High Acclaim had been pleasing at home and running under the ownership of Excel Racing we were all very excited about his debut and he didn’t disappoint he had a wide draw and was a little slow away but he knuckled down to the job in hand and was very professional he finished 3rd beaten 1/2 length by the Hannon trained Groupie who was receiving an 8lb pull in the weights from us and we couldn’t be more delighted, he is continuing to please at home.

Pucon set Lingfield alight with a very impressive 5 length  win over 5f at the beginning of June she managed to dominate the race and nothing could go with her, Liam was very apologetic for winning so far.

Rosie Royale headed to Salisbury after 2 hard luck runs and ran a blinder to finish 2nd beaten a head by the Richard Hughes trained Blenheim Warrior a few more strides and she would have won, all concerned were delighted she really dug deep and battled to the line.

Swot was having his 3rd run since joining us a few months back we are still finding out about him but Roger felt he needed a step up in trip and he ran very pleasingly to the delight of his owners.

Newbury was on the cards for Thursday with Jack of Diamonds and Lucky Louie but things didn’t go their way but both returned home safe and well.

Berkeley Vale stepped up in class and trip at Sandown on Friday and he ran very well to finish 4th in a fast run and competitive race.

Ormering will have her 2nd start of the season at Salisbury on Sunday and we are hoping she can build on her 3rd at Brighton, Rhian Ingram takes the ride.

high Acclaim is entered at Lingfield on Thursday and Langley Vale has a Goodwood entry on Friday.

posted by Sue Teal