Push the Tempo

Yard News – Wednesday 3rd April 2019

Push The Tempo (pictured) heads for the Grade 3 Merseyrail Handicap Hurdle over 2 1/2 miles at Aintree on Friday. Any race at the Grand National meeting is going to be ultra competitive but he’s in great form, he’ll have a nice low weight and he ran really well to finish 3rd in his recent

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Yard News 28th March 2019 – Tudors Treasure wins at Exeter

It was great to see Tudors Treasure win for the second time at Exeter on Sunday. He has been a bit unlucky in falling a couple of times over fences because he’s generally a good jumper, and we’d hoped he would run well in this 2 mile 3 furlong handicap chase. Under Tom O’Brien he

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Castle lyons 3rd in series final

Robert stephens racing club horse Castle Lyons ran a huge race from a difficult draw to finish 3rd in the series final at kempton ridden by Adam Kirby. He is a talented horse and it is great to have him in the coub.

Yes Daddy 4th at Catterick

The 1m 4 furlongs proved to be too short for him on his first run of the season. However, despite missing the break quite badly he stayed on well to finish a nice 4th. He looked in great shape and it was good to see him finish his race strongly and will be stepped up

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Street Jester 3rd at Weatherby

The long journey to Weatherby very nearly paid off as Street Jester on his first run of the season finished a very close 3rd under Liam Jones in the 2 Mile handicap. It was a very pleasing run and we look forward to his next run.

Ancient Longing 2nd

On her first start for the yard and her first run of the season, Oakgrove Studs Ancient Longing ran really well to finish a close 2nd under apprentice Rossa Ryan at Chepstow.

Five In a Row

Noble Behest makes it five wins in a row as he dead heats at Chelmsford under Adam Kirby. Great achievement by the horse and the everyone involved to keep his winning run going. He has now been sold and has joined Willie Mullins in Ireland. Although it is a shame to loose such an exciting

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Noble Behest First run for yard a Wining one!

Making it four on the bounce at Lingfield under Adam Kirby. Bought out of Marcus Tregoning’s yard at Tattersalls sale for £80,000 by Alex Elliott  he looks a very good purchase as he is still improving and hopefully there is more to come from him.