Philip Kirby Racing

Racehorse Trainer based at Richmond, North Yorkshire

Monday’s news – updated

The  calm before four exciting days of Cheltenham! We are not running Stopped Out, he is being saved for a flat campaign and has come back to Castleton for a couple of weeks hacking round the moors for a holiday.  it will be business as usual for us with Sedgefield, Southwell, Hexham and Fakenham!

storm wolverThe sales page has been updatedStormy Morning – back in the swing! 12.5% or 25% free lease, he ran a sound race for a close 4th in a red hot 0-75 last week (not beaten far by recent 5x winner Waving) he now drops into the 0-60 bracket and can win soon! He will also go hurdling this summer. A real good fun horse to own . Also a nice future chaser by Coroner, photos and videos added. Phil will be attending the DBS may sales and the Irish NH sales this Spring /Summer if you are interested in getting into ownership. We will also be setting up a NEW partnership for the 2014/15 NH season and will buy an unraced 3/4 year old to start off in bumpers –  the Philip Kirby Racing Partnership II.  Please email your interest and we will send on details as soon as we have further news and prices. Let us know if interested in a 1/10th share at around £3500 or a 1/20th share at around £1750 all in for the year.

Also if you would be interested in creating a small Partnership of  10 people and to put in £5000 each  to buy a potential  top class prospect (purchase price around £50,000) and then you would be charged per month for your 10% training fees. This would not be an ‘all in fees ‘ partnership as the others.The partnership can be registered for VAT and this can be re-claimed.

Stormy Morning and Phil at Wolverhampton

Stormy Morning and Phil at Wolverhampton, photo by JASON JUDGE

I have been sent this info by Spreadex  in case it is of any interest to our readers This is the link:

Ex Racer News

Word of Warning behaved beautifully at his first show yesterday, he came 2nd ridden by professional show rider Hannah Roulston for me  in the under 25’s. Sadly i was well over the age limit for this class! It was a great experience for him and he had plenty of admirers.  To think he ran just 3 months ago is amazing , he has taken to his new job so well.



Another grey who is doing well is former race mare ‘Princess Izzy’ who ran a handful of times for us but did not train on as a 3 year old. She is now doing showing and dressage and her former owners sent me these photos recentley.image

princess izzy

  I was also sent a lovely photo of Indian Ruler by Helen who took him some months ago. He went to his first outing at the weekend and thoroughly enjoyed himself, he certainly looks a picture, its great so see these horses doing so well in their second careers, we make every effort here to place each one in the right home.



Comments are closed.

%d bloggers like this: