Foxtrot Racing is delighted to offer shares in our new Partnership with Dr Richard Newland
For each of the past five years Foxtrot Racing and Dr Richard Newland have successfully purchased a new horse to initially run over hurdles through the summer. Every year we’ve enjoyed success buying novice hurdlers to run through the summer with the potential for future chasing. This year we have purchased Stole The Show.
Stole The Show
He was bought at the Goffs UK Doncaster sale in January, and we were absolutely delighted to pick him up for just £17,000. He looks a fantastic buy.
Stole The Show is well bred, by emerging sire Mahler. He is an impressive looking six year old and has the size to go chasing in future. Richard likes the fact that he is still eligible for maiden and novice hurdles. He has come from Paul Nolan’s yard and has been running on the very heavy ground in Ireland and hopefully there will be considerable improvement in him on the better ground here.
In the current market for horses this looks a very good purchase.
There are twenty shares available and each member will pay £2,275 to cover all costs, including purchase, racing and training for the Initial Period up to 31st October 2018.
The budget of £2,275 is made up of £925 for the purchase and sales costs and £1,350 to pay for all racing and training expenses.
Following the end of the Initial Period a financial statement will be distributed to all Members showing the exact income and expenditure of the Partnership. This means you can see exactly how your money has been spent and any surplus will then be due back to the Members. It is estimated that future annual costs will be below £1,350.
Dr Richard Newland
Dr Richard Newland has an outstanding record of buying horses in training, including Grand National winner Pineau de Re. His friendly and fun personality together with the small stables, which offer individual attention to each horse, are ideal for our Partnership.
Richard bought Stole The Show because he thinks he will give us an opportunity to win races in the summer and hopefully progress onto running at some prestigious meetings later in his career.
“A trainer with a burgeoning reputation for his novice hurdlers. That title goes hand-in-hand with his ability to improve horses from other yards” AtTheRaces
“There aren’t many trainers shrewder than Richard Newland” Racing Post