Trackwork Wednesday 31 May 2017

A new arrival at the stable is smart three-year-old colt, Al Minhaad (Smart Missile/Reshoot) who completed a strong piece of work this morning with partner, Sebrarian (Sebring/Anabarbarian). In blinkers for the first time, jockey Adam Hyeronimus commented, "He is a very nice horse and should make a lovely stayer." Similarly, apprentice Rachel King was extremely happy with the way Sebrarian worked to the line, making the comment, 'He's flying. He is a very happy horse at the moment and loving his work. He was definitely my best of the morning'.

Jockey Tommy Berry was impressed with Undaunted (Snitzel/Serious Impact) who was the strongest of his trio. Covering 5 furlongs, they completed the final 200m in a steady 12.5 seconds. Tommy said, "He settled really nicely behind the others, then worked in a good rhythm through the line." This gelding has always shown a lot of promise but can be a touch keen in his work. Now he is starting to relax, we can't wait to get him to the track.

Tommy also got a great feel from two-year-old colt Hear Ye Hear Ye (Street Cry/Hurl). He's a big horse who has taken awhile to come to hand but he has a lovely action on him and looks a nice staying type in the making. This morning he covered his final 200m in a good 11.4 seconds with two partners. It seems he has turned a corner both mentally and physically and should make a nice prospect.




THUNDER PACE is thriving on his work and on Friday bowled over 600 meters with stablemate Dubai Harbour 


SUNDAY SESSION galloped on Thursday with stablemate Sondelon over 1200 meters and I couldn't be more pleased with him.  

Trackwork Tuesday 13 February 2018

Dual Group 1 winner, GLOBAL GLAMOUR visited Canterbury on Tuesday morning to gallop on the course proper. 

Trackwork Wednesday 7 February 2018

The son of Bullet Train,REGAL CANNON (ex Duchess Daisy) was jockey Blake Shinn's best this morning. 

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