SEASON ENDS

Written on Friday, 20th November 2015

A really excellent Season.  With 37 individual winners out of 56 individual runners on the flat achieving 48 wins, plus three wins under National Hunt rules gives a cracking total.  Probably our biggest achievement in 2015 is winning with 32 of the 36 individual three years old and upwards - and the four which did not win were all placed.  The Season started with a bang when NOT SO SLEEPY won the Dee Stakes, a well known Derby Trial...soon followed by VENT DE FORCE's Group 3 win, and then ARAB DAWN's triumph at Royal Ascot.  Victories for PASTORAL PLAYER at Glorious Goodwood, CHIL THE KITE at the Ebor Meeting and MARSH DAISY in the Prix De Fountainebleau kept the momentum going until we finished with a flourish in September and October with 21 winners of which the two years old MAESTRO MAC, TOP BEAK, LAST TANGO INPARIS and SAUCY SPIRIT gave us plenty to look forward to in 2016 by winning their maidens with some ease.

Another exciting fact is that we have taken over the Compton Down Grass Gallops.   If anyone has seen them they can only be impressed by their quality.  Over the years we have been able to use them, but not to the extent which we will be able to next season and I am in no doubt they will be a major asset.

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