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Fidelma Moon Wins at Beverley

In attritional conditions Fidelma Moon proved just what a tough and game filly she is by virtually making all to score in the ‘lucky last’ for us at Beverley. The victory was made even sweeter by the fact it was her regular partner Jordan Vaughan’s first winner after coming back from a bad injury last year. Straight from the gates opening Fidelma was keen to get on with things and Jordan had no hesitation and let her go to the front, from there it was a case of ‘try and pass me if you can’ as Fidelma saw off all challengers and gamely stuck her neck out to win by 3/4 of a length.
This was her third victory for us and she is now a winner at the ages of two, three and four. We definitely think there is more to come and that she could be getting better with age. It is also a great reward for her loyal and patient Owners who can look forward to more winning days out with her.

Sporty Yankee 3rd on Debut

Sporty Yankee made his debut for us as he lined up in a 0-75 Handicap over 1m4f at Beverley and despite the soft ground (not being to his liking) put in a very pleasing effort to finish 3rd. Dougie Costello who rode him was full of praise when he jumped off afterwards and said considering the horse had not run for 187 days it was a good performance and Sporty should come on a bundle for it. We will now try and find some better ground for him and his owners can look forward to some more good days out with him.

Strike Fear

We can now confirm that out 4yo bay gelding by Scorpion has officially been named ‘Strike Fear’ a bold and striking name that suits him to a tee. As those of us who saw him at the yard last month will agree, he certainly is an awesome looking horse now and with one hell of an engine on him too. We have discussed with Becky the plans for him and although he’s still has an entry in the Punchestown Bumper we feel this will come too soon for him and because of that he will not line up in it. Mid May looks more of a realistic target time wise for him but we have lots of plans for him before that. As he is starting to be stepped up to some serious fast work now we are also planning a few days out at the races for him. Basically these will be when Becky has a runner at a local course and after racing when we will let him walk round the parade ring, have a look at all the stables and take part in several racecourse gallops. These will hopefully take place at local tracks and any of his Owners who want to come along and see them will be invited to do so.

We have a full range of share packages available in Strike Fear and if you would like to discuss getting involved with him or arranging a visit to Becky’s to see him please contact either Geoff or Andy ASAP to do so.