Foxtrot Racing and Dr Richard Newland are delighted to have purchased Mister Chiang and shares are now for sale.
Twenty shares will be available in our promising three year old who cost £33,600 at the Tattersalls Sales.
Mister Chiang has a very exciting future indeed and we hope this syndicate will provide an opportunity for members to own a high-class national hunt horse.
The plan will be to start him off in the Spring with the aim of winning a couple of novice hurdles next summer. Assuming all goes well he can then have an autumn break before targeting some of the bigger novice races in the second half of the 2020/21 winter season.
Dr Richard Newland “He is only a three-year-old and yet he has already proven that he is horse with class. He is tough, copes with any ground and he stays. He looks hugely exciting and I’m delighted he’s gone to Foxtrot.”
Mister Chiang is well bred by Archipenko our of Rose Chinoise. He is the full brother (same sire and dam) as Chinoiseries who is rated 87 on the flat and Madame Chiang who was rated 113 on the flat and won a Group 3 on soft ground and won a mile and a half Group 1 on heavy ground. His other full brother (unnamed) was purchased at the yearling sales last month for £80,000.
Mister Chiang is an athletic looking three year old, who is tough and is rated an impressive 84 on the flat. He has won on both firm and soft going. He has huge potential in national hunt racing and is very exciting.
His background is similar to Duke Street which Richard Newland also bought from Mark Johnson. Duke Street has won it’s last three races, including at Cheltenham’s October meeting, and is rated 141 over hurdles.
Dr Richard Newland is the top small national hunt trainer in the country. His strike rate is outstanding, and his record also includes many top races such as the Summer Plate, Betfair hurdle, Coral Cup at Cheltenham Festival and the Grand National with Pineau De Re. He is hugely respected within racing circles for his ability to buy top quality horses. Richard has a fantastic record, and his friendly and fun personality together with the individual attention provided for each horse are ideal for our racing syndicates. Richard has recently moved to a fantastic purpose-built training centre near Droitwich. The move has seen him get the new season off to a great start and at the time of writing he is second in the Trainers Championship.
The cost for a twentieth share is £1,785 to cover purchase and 6% sales commission from Tattersalls. In addition, shareholders are required to make a payment of £200 per share to cover other costs such as vets, transport and keep costs until 31st January 2020. The total amount due to purchase a share is therefore £1,985.
Please note that there are no agents’ fees or any charge for our time/expenses in purchasing the horse. You pay the same cost as if you had selected and purchased the horse yourself at the sales.
Any unspent contributions from the initial payment of £1,985 will be carried forward and used towards costs for the period 1st February 2020 to 31st October 2020.