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With the end of the turf season fast approaching and the yearling sale’s season drawing to a close, we begin to look ahead to the 2018 season. Marco has been working along side renowned bloodstock agents, at all of the major yearling sales to help source a selection of quality horse’s for next season.

If you would like to become part of a successful team, Marco would be delighted to discuss all aspects of racehorse ownership with you. Whether you are looking to become a sole owner, own part of a horse or be in a syndicate, we can tailor packages to suit your requirements.

Find out more about some of our Recent Yearling Purchases & Horses For Sale.

Dream Mount Breaks Maiden Tag

The good looking son of Dream Ahead – Dream Mount broke his maiden tag on his third start yesterday when landing the spoils in the Get 1/4 Odds At 188Bet Maiden Auction Stakes at Lingfield.

Dream Mount tracked the leaders before being asked for an effort over one furlong out. The colt responded well when asked to pick up by jockey Harry Bentley and the pair went on to win the race by 1 ¼ lengths to the second placed horse Blame Culture.

Moolazim lands Owners’ Jackpot Handicap

Moolazim picked up his third win from 6 starts to date on Tuesday at Kempton Park Racecourse. The son of Tamayuz, partnered by jockey Daniel Muscutt landed a perfectly timed run to win the ROA/Racing Post Owners’ Jackpot Handicap race, beating the second placed horse Ventura Blues by a neck.

Marco was delighted with his win for owner HE Sheikh Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al Maktoum. Moolazim has come out of the race well and is in good spirits this morning.

Grade 1 Success For Capla Temptress

Capla Temptress ran a remarkable race on Sunday to win the Grade 1 Natalma Stakes at Woodbine Racecourse in Canada. The race came as her first start overseas and only her fourth career start to date. With the win she also landed the ‘Win And You’re In’ qualifier for the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies Turf at Del Mar in November.

Capla Temptress was well positioned throughout the race and responded well when asked to pick up by her jockey Joel Rosario. She went on to win the race cosily by three quarters of a length to the second placed horse. She has come out of the race very well and will now head to America to begin her preparations for the Breeders Cup.


Speak In Colours Lands Plus 10 Bonus

Speak In Colours won his second career start by landing the Plus 10 Fillies’ Novice Auction Stakes at Ascot on Friday. The colt that is owned by Scuderia Archi Romani, also picked up the valuable £10,000 Plus 10 bonus for the win.

The son of Excelebration, was given a perfectly timed ride by jockey Ryan Moore to go on to win the race by one and a half lengths to the second placed horse Lady Dancealot. Speak In Colours has taken yesterday’s race well and is in good spirits this morning


Group 3 Heroine – Aljazzi

Aljazzi lands the Group 3 Atalanta Stakes in impressive fashion on Saturday at Sandown. The race had been targeted by Marco since her impressive run at Royal Ascot in June when she finished second in the Group 2 Duke Of Cambridge Stakes.

The daughter of Shamardal jumped well and was settled in rear by her jockey Andrea Atzeni, before being asked to pick up and eventually go on to win by a comfortably three lengths to the second place horse Nathra.

Aljazzi has progressed and Ascot was a great performance,” said Marco. “She wants time between her races so we freshened her up for this. She was a bit awkward coming out of the stalls, so we were further back than we ideally wanted, but she picked up well. The plan after this has always been to go for the Sun Chariot Stakes.”

First Winner For Eesha Beauty

Eesha Beauty broke her maiden tag on Thursday, landing the Invest Wolverhampton – City Of Opportunity Novice Auction Stakes at Wolverhampton racecourse by one and a quarter lengths to the second placed horse Merkava.

The daughter of Born To Sea was partnered by jockey Harry Bentley and is now the winner of one race from three starts to date. Eesha Beauty’s owners ‘Equity Racing also enjoyed their first winner since forming the partnership earlier in the year.

Dual Wins For The Daughter Of Sepoy

Seprani notched up her second winner on Monday by landing the All New Fiesta At Trust Ford Handicap (Jockey Club Grassroots Flat Sprint Series Qualifier) at Epsom Racecourse on Bank Holiday Monday.

The filly battled hard to win the race by three quarter of a length to the second placed horse Summerghand. Seprani was partnered by Josephine Gordon, who has ridden her to victory in both of her wins to date.

The three year old is improving with ever run and handled the track at Epsom exceptionally well. Marco was very happy with the Seprani’s performance and is delighted for her owners the Book 3 Partnership.

Velvet Back To Winning Ways

Velvet Revolution picked up his third win to date when landing the Handicap at Kempton Park on 23rd August. A perfectly timed ride from jockey Martin Harley, along with the drop down in grade suited Velvet Revolution who went on to win the race by a comfortable 2 ¼ lengths.

Marco was happy with his performance at Kempton and hopes he will be able to step up in grade competitively next time out. Velvet Revolution has taken last night’s race well and is in good spirits this morning.


Fanciful Angel Shines In Arlington Million

Fanciful Angel ran a phenomenal race to finish second in the Grade 1 Arlington Million on Saturday at Arlington Park. The son of Dark Angel went off as a 73-1 outsider in the 12 runner field on his first appearance in America.

Fanciful Angel was partnered by jockey Daniel Muscutt who was also having his first start on American soil. The pair had a good position throughout the race, they started to make up ground over two furlongs out and went on to finish the race half a length behind the winner Beach Patrol.

Marco was delighted with Fanciful Angel’s performance and paid tribute to his owners, Touch Gold Racing, who had been keen for the horse to run in that race.

Marco was also full of praise for jockey Daniel Muscutt, for whom the race was a first both in the US and at the highest level.

 “It was a great ride by Daniel, we couldn’t have expected a better result and this was clearly his best performance to date.”