Philip Kirby Racing

Racehorse Trainer based at Richmond, North Yorkshire

Thursday’s news – Winner!

Well done Everaard!

everaard wins at donnyA fantastic 16-1 winner by one of our yard favourites at Doncaster  – a great ride from Richie and lovely to see his chestnut head in front again, he has been such a grand servant to both Kate and ourselves. And he makes Phil 3rd in the countries ‘Hot Trainers ‘ list.

Having just watched the replay what an incredible race, i am told he touched 500-1 in running on Betfair, and you can almost see why as 4 out he was losing ground and then as they came int to the straight he found his second wind and suddenly he was going batter than anything! What a performance in ground he doesn’t like against decent company, Kate’s Racing Post quote that this was his ‘best ever run’ is surely spot on.

2 blow outs at W’hampton and a long drive home for Julie means this winner is an even more welcome tonic to keeps the yards spirits sky high!

No more purchases by Phil at Tattersalls – as usual there was no value to be had compared to Doncaster or Ireland. Underbidder on several including Night’s Watch.

Tomorrows runners are the staying Ownarachorse pair: Brunello and Stormy Morning – we are looking forward to their race plus Marmot Bay takes her chance again  at W’hampton after a rear in the stalls tonight caused her to miss the break and also our dual 2013 winner ‘Brigadoon’ who should have come on for his first run back after a break.

Stormy Morning leads up the gallop

Stormy Morning leads up the gallop

Brunello

Brunello

 

Sakhee's City and the recentley names Toola Boola

Sakhee’s City and the recentley names Toola Boola

Earlier news

Phil is at Newmarket potentially fulfilling some orders and we already have one purchased – Gareth Fawcett has selected a well bred filly: By Thousand Words x Islangadore to run on the flat this year. Further updates througout the day.

Today we have runners over jumps and also on the all weather – Everaard and Triple Eight are at Doncaster, the ground will be a bit soft for Everaard but he needs a run, is fighting fit  and this will keep him ticking over until the ground is more in his favour. Triple ran nicely on his novice hurdle debut for a mid field place and more of the same is expected as these novices are impossible to win.

Further down country at W’hampton it will be a case of hoping Marmot Bay comes out the stalls quickly and safely for Eva (who rides her in all her work at home) as she can be quite a madam. She is well handicapped on her best form and if she fancies it we wouldn’t be at all surprised if she won.  Elspeth’s Boy has had a few weeks back at Castleton to freshen up and has been enjoying his work back at Middleham the past fortnight, he is a capable horse on his day and he is capable of winning also. Half or a quarter of him is for sale/lease. If marmot Bay comes out of the race well she will also take her chance again tomorrow, Jimmy Quinn booked.

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