Anythingforlove (Jamie Snowden) is a five year who is on a free lease. Shares sold out very quickly in this Jamie Snowden trained filly who is a half sister to Gold Cup winner Sizing John. She won impressively on her racecourse debut at Uttoxeter and followed to make it two wins from two starts.
Caid du Lin
Caid du Lin (Dr Richard Newland) was a cheap purchase from France. His syndicate members last paid a subscription in June 2017 and since then his owners’ have received over £46,000 in dividends. Caid du Lin won Britain’s richest two mile chase last season and ran at many of the top meetings. He continued his good form this season including winning a Class 2 at Ludlow and picking up prizemoney in the Grade 2 Desert Orchid Chase at Kempton.
Cast In Grey
Cast In Grey (Graeme McPherson) is in her first season with Foxtrot and hasn’t yet had much luck in running, but with some luck and better ground she’ll be able to get her head in front during 2020.
Carntop (Jamie Snowden) was purchased from the Duchess of Cornwall for £10,000. Carntop is rated 100 on the flat. He ran well over hurdles last summer including an impressive win at Southwell. After running at Royal Ascot in June, he is now racing over hurdles through the summer of 2020.
Dancing In The Sky
Dancing In The Sky (Dr Richard Newland) was a cheap buy at the Doncaster sales in May 2019. He was placed on his first three runs for the syndicate before picking up a small injury. We decided to be patient and give him a break with the plan to run him through the summer of 2020. He has an exciting future as chaser.
Minella Encore (Dr Richard Newland) was purchased out of Willie Mullins yard in Ireland by Richard Newland and joined Foxtrot Racing after winning on his UK debut at Uttoxeter. We hope he’s a horse to run at some of the more prestigious meetings during the 2020/21 season and give his syndicate members some great days out.
Hogan’s Height (Jamie Snowden) has won six races for Foxtrot Racing since being purchased for £26,000 at the Cheltenham sales after impressing in a Point to Point. He won the Grand Sefton Chase at Aintree in 2019 was is being aimed at the cancelled 2020 Grand National. He’ll now be aimed for the 2021 Grand National.
Marracudja (Dan Skelton) is another example of Foxtrot purchasing an older horse who then improves considerably in the Foxtrot colours. He was purchased for £25,000 in July 2019 when rated 138. He won the Castleford Chase at Wetherby and finished third in the Grade 1 Clarence House Chase at Ascot afterwhich he was given a handicap rating of 154.
Mason Jar (Dr Richard Newland) was purchased in May 2019. He won three races in his first season including a valuable handicap at Ascot before finishing the season with impressive runs at Aintree and Cheltenham. Our six year old will run again in the late summer/early autumn of 2020.
Mr Muldoon (Dr Richard Newland) was purchased for £15,000 in May 2019 after showing some potential in Point to Points. He won three races in his first season and seemed to improve with each run. He’s enjoying a well deserved holiday and will be back on a racecourse in autumn of 2020 and we are very excited to see him novice chasing next season.
Mister Chiang (Dr Richard Newland) was purchased at the Tattersalls Horses In Training Sale in October 2019. Our four year old was rated 84 on the flat and we are looking forward to seeing him in make his Foxtrot debut in 2021.
Purple King (Dr Richard Newland) was purchased from France and won twice and finished second and third in his first four runs for Foxtrot Racing. After a break, he is now running through the summer and has already won at Southwell in August. He’ll progress to chasing later this season.
Arbor Vitae (Dr Richard Newland) is a very well bred six year old mare. She is a full sister to I’m A Game Changer (by Arcadio out of Drinadaly) who has a hurdle rating of 140 and chase rating of 141. Her dam Drinadaly (by Oscar) also foaled Marlbrook who was rated 142 and her sire Arcadio has produced many top performers including Go Conquer, Hardline, Crievehill, Simply The Betts and Flying Angel. Having impressed in hurdle races in Ireland we have purchased her for £16,500. She’ll make her Foxtrot debut in autumn 2020.
Sudden Destination (Dr Richard Newland) was purchased for in 2018 and loked a very exciting additonal to Foxtrot Racing before injuring a tendon on the gallops. He returned to racing and was placed in three of his four starts over hurdles, before picking up another long term injury in May 2019. He’s got a lot of ability but is proving hard to keep sound.
Solstice Star (Martin Keighley) was leased by Foxtrot Racing in the autumn of 2018. He won three of his first four races for Foxtrot and gave the syndicate two fantastic days out at Cheltenham. The success continued in his second season winning at Uttoxeter by 16 lengths and now we have extended the lease for a third season to run him in veteran’s races.
Vosne Romanee (Dr Richard Newland) was purchased for £10,000 and has since won 12 races for Foxtrot, including on the flat, over hurdles and over the chase fences. He is rated 151 and has given his owners an incredible experience, taking them to all the big meetings. In 2019 he raced in USA where he finished second in a Grade 1 race at Saratoga. Sadly while in America he picked up a tendon injury so we brought him home and in August 2020 we decided to retire him. We’ve kept him on this page as he’s still under the syndciate’s ownership.
Whoshotwho (Dr Richard Newland) was bought out of Nicky Henderson’s yard and finished second five times before eventually winning two races in quick succession for Foxtrot. Reaching a rating of 135 over fences he was unlucky to fall in the Poddy Power Gold Cup at Cheltenham. He has taken his owners to some prestigious meetings. He seems most confortable on better ground so he’s now having a break with a view to running in the spring of 2021.
Witness Proection (Martin Keighley) was a cheap purchased from Ireland in summer of 2019. He was very immature but has a lot of talent and was impressive in his first season for Foxtrot before picking up an injury. He should be back on the racecourse in autumn 2020 and if he can stay sound he has a very exciting future over fences.
Ultimate Getaway (Fergal O’Brien) was purchased for £15,000 in December 2019. He has a very similar profile to Mr Muldoon having run in Point to Points in Ireland and England. We felt he had a lot of potential and with some luck could prove to be excellent value. He won his first two races and after running in a couple of novice hurdles is now having a break before going chasing in the spring of 2021.
Midnight Silver (Breeding Syndicate)
Midnight Silver was leased by Foxtrot Racing and won six races for her syndicate. We ended the lease after she won in December 2017 feeling that she deserved a retirement and it was time for her to become be a mum. However her owners decided to sell her and fearful that she would be put back into training we decided to buy her at the sales and set up our own breeding syndicate.
Little Rory Mac
Bali Body (Dr Richard Newland) is was bought for £26,000 in April 2020. He was originally owned by the Magniers family, who themselves bought him as a store for 55,000 euros. Initially trained by Joseph O’Brien he was a big backward type and he ran in a Point to Point finishing a close second on 7th March 2020. He’s a horse that we’ll take our time with but he has an exciting future!
Saquon (Dr RIchard Newland) cost £22,000 in May 2020. Before we purchased him, he ran in two point to points in the spring. His saddle slipped in the first one when he was tracking the leaders and he had to be pulled up. In his second race heran very green. Going quickly from last to first he then wandered around when hitting the front which cost him the race. His run was full of obvious promise. He is a horse with ability and an exciting future.
I'm So Busy
I’m So Busy (Dr Richard Newland) is was bought in September 2020 out of Jessica Harrington’s yard. The five year old finished second in a maiden hurdle at Down Royal in August 2020. The race has worked out well. We’ve given him a break with the aim of having him ready to run in late 2020.
Here Comes Johny
Here Comes Johny (Olly Murphy) was bought at the Cheltemnham sale in February 2020 for £20,000. He won a Point to Point in Ireland and we plan to run him in a national hunt flat race in the autumn before going novice hurdling through the winter season.