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3rd Place for Alfred in the Class 2 at Redcar

Alfred Richardson put in a strong performance to finish a close third in the Class 2 at Redcar today .  Alfred showed us his quality throughout the race only to be edged out over the final furlong.  Great effort everyone!

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Big Race for Alfred Tomorrow.

Alfred Richardson is running in the Racing UK Straight-Mile Series Final Handicap (Class 2) at Redcar tomorrow. This is a step up in class for Alfred so the result will be interesting. Good luck to Alfred and jockey Phil Dennis!

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2nd for Dapper.

I’m Dapper Too came a very close second at Newcastle on Friday night. It was disappointing not to win but we all had a fun night. Better luck next time! Well done everyone.

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Third Place for Highjacked

Highjacked came 3rd yesterday at Redcar in his handicap debut, following Alfred Richardson’s and I’m Dapper Too’s third places in September. The horses are improving and coming back into form now they are getting over a virus which affected them…

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Qualifying Place for Alfred!

Alfred Richardson came a close third in the Racing UK Straight Mile Series Handicap (Racing UK Straight Mile Series Qualifier) finishing just 3/4 of length behind the winner (Knighted) who is a very good racehorse. This qualifies Alfred for The Racing…

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Racing Syndicate for 2018/19

Hello everyone, We are putting together a syndicate for the 2019 flat season and another syndicate for a group who love the jumps. Taking part in a syndicate gives you the opportunity to experience being a racehorse owner at a fraction…

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Win for Alfred.

Alfred Richardson won his first race of the season today at Wetherby.  Well done everyone!

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Third for Marconi

Marconi finished third today at Carlisle in the 1945.  This is his first place. Well done everyone!

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3rd for Mango

Mango Chutney continued his good form by coming third today in the 1940 at Wetherby.  Well done everyone!

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