Exceptionally well bred, our filly is by Fair Mix out of Amaretto Rose.

Fair Mix is the only British Bred Stallion to sire a Grade 1 winner at the Cheltenham Festival over both hurdles and fences and is a very exciting stallion. Simonsig is perhaps his best known prodigy.

Amaretto Rose won a couple of bumpers before winning a novice hurdle at Ascot, a Grade 2 hurdle at Haydock and then went onto to finish third in the Supreme Novices’ at the Cheltenham Festival.

“I knew Amaretto Rose very well from my time as Assistant Trainer to Nicky Henderson and this filly shares many of the same qualities. Indeed, they look very similar. I’m very excited to be training such a well-bred mare. She has really impressed in pre-training and I could not be more impressed with what I’ve seen so far. I’m hoping she’ll follow her mother and win a bumper or two this winter on route to bigger things.” Jamie Snowden.

Jamie is a very talented Cheltenham Festival winning trainer who gets the best out of fillies and is the perfect trainer for our four year old. He runs a small friendly yard in Lambourn, which boasts outstanding facilities. Syndicate members are welcome to visit and see their horse anytime.

Jamie trained Midnight Silver, who was also leased by Foxtrot Racing, who was rated 122 and won six times before retiring. He also currently trains Next Level for Foxtrot as well as Hogan’s Height who has won three times so far and is rated 139.

Cost & further details

There will be twenty syndicate members and each member will pay £1,250 to cover all keep, training and racing expenses up to 30th April 2019. This can be paid upfront or in instalments. Following 30th April next year, a financial statement will be produced showing details of the expenditure and income, including subscriptions and prizemoney won. The surplus will then go towards costs for the 2019-2020 season.

Whatever happens, members will not be asked to pay any more than £1,250 to cover costs until 30th April 2019.

Our filly will start off in national hunt flat races before progressing to run over hurdles.

Our filly is leased from Shade Oak Stud. The Syndicate can cancel the lease at anytime. This would be unlikely, but might be necessary if she picks up a serious injury or fails to perform on the racecourse. Shade Oak Stud cannot cancel the lease agreement for two years unless it pays a £50,000 fee to the Syndicate.

Syndicate Members will be invited to submit suggestions to name the filly.

Do get in touch if you would like an Application Form or more information.

Dan Abraham, 07880565751, [email protected]