Thanks for doing this, Matt.
I’ve had a bit of time to write them up for my tracker, combining yours and Olly’s notes. Here’s what I’ve got from a quick look at them…
*Not sure if this is going to be a double-post as my previous one didn’t show up for some reason.*
Ataman – Will be for hurdles and flat. Ready to go in 3 or 4 weeks
Ballinslea Bridge – Tight track works well, jumps great.
Bisoubisou – Come from Skelton yard, one for handicaps (Soft Ground)
Clay Allison – Been given a wind op. Jumps well, was a bleeder but works fine. Will go chasing sooner rather than later
Cliffside Park – Works well at home and will win a similar grade race. Will handle soft through winter
Craigmor – Good attitude and will start off in a bumper in the autumn. Jumps great, doesn’t want the ground too soft
Foxtrot Juliet – From the family of Rule The World, great attitude, will start off in a bumper late autumn
Fresh New Dawn – £20K – Second in its only start in a point to point. Comes into his own jumping hurdles.
Garrettstown – Come over from JJ Murphy. Anything he does in the next 18 months is a bonus, he’s a horse for the future. Chaser in the making.
General Custard – Son of Shirocco. Jumps great – could be very nice in a year’s time.
Hunters Call – Handles soft ground and will be 130+ rated. Lots of improvement to come
It’s O Kay – From the family of Copper Kay and Poppy Kay. Warwick 9th November (NHF)
Kahaleesi – Had good form NHF but will improve in time. She should win a handicap
Mizen Master – Looks well handicapped on the flat. (Oct 4th finished 7/14, hanging and not picking up)
Mon Port – Big horse who bolted up in a bumper on his last start. Will go novice hurdling. Start 2m, hoping he’s a Saturday horse.
No Alarm – Didn’t like heavy ground. Has an engine.
Royal Plaza – Running at Huntingdon (1400 05/10). Has changed over from Alan King and has had a wind operation
This Lovely Lady – Next year’s filly. NHF this season. Will start off in a mares’ bumper (6-8 weeks). Doesn’t want the ground too soft as light-framed
Undefined Beauty – Looking for the right race. OM believes she will win over both hurdles and fences to enhance her pedigree
Varene De Vauzelle – Wind Op since penultimate run (August). 9/11 in first run since Wind Op. Will be aimed at low grade handicaps through winter. Loves soft
Weebill – Will start off in bumpers, will be a chaser in due course
We’ve got Payet – Should be well capable of winning a NHF. Smart horse which will start in a 3yo bumper around Christmas.