Philip Kirby Racing

Racehorse Trainer based at Richmond, North Yorkshire

Valentines Day

Stacey with Northern Girl - photo by Mike Dunn

Stacey with Northern Girl – photo by Mike Dunn

We saw an encouraging run from the 4 year old filly, Northern Girl at Catterick yesterday – a running on 6th in what looks a competitive bumper, she had improved masses from her first run and can go on and improve again to be a contendor in a mares bumper next time out. There are still good value shares available in her at £500 to join The Topspec Partnership. Stacey had her turned out beautifully and she duly won the BTO award.

And now…let the moths out of your pocket

What better way to celebrate than to buy your loved one a share in one of these gorgeous fillies!

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We have ‘Shine baby Shine ‘ 33% or 66% available in her – an unraced 3 year old by Aqlaam, a sire by Oasis Dream who died as an 8 year old but has left some top class progeny and had a great start at stud. Her dam has bred four winners to date including three rated 90 or above on the  flat –  Ermyn Lodge, 5 wins and highest rated at 95, Major Art, rated 100 rated at best & 3rd in Group 2,  Flemish School, 90 rated…this is a really nice family for the price we are asking for the shares in her  – she has just started cantering ahead of the flat season. She is big, scopey and racy and enjoys her work.

33% £3250  –    66% £6500

Shine baby Shine

Shine baby Shine this morning

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A 4 year old filly bred for the jumps is the Scorpion, un-named and untried, arrived from Ireland just broken in and unfurnished but with a lovely frame, great limbs, and a good mover. She is to be a bumper filly for this summer and hurdles for next winter. her dam has bred 2 winners to date inc a bumper WINNER. She is very small money 100%  to stay in the yard and be named by who buys her.  POA

Un named by SCORPION sire of leading novice chase Cheltenham fancy, Mite Bite

Un named by SCORPION sire of leading novice chase Cheltenham fancy, Mite Bite

Yesterday saw the young horses Master Moon and Wemyss Point have their first schooling session in the arena and Wemyss jumped well for Adam, progressing from cross poles to barrels as he got a lead from recent dual winner, Little Bruce. He will be having another bumper run before jumping – and may run on the flat yet this Spring.

Wemyss Point

Wemyss Point

 

 

 

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