Philip Kirby Racing

Racehorse Trainer based at Richmond, North Yorkshire

Friday 22nd June

Asum on the gallop

We have 3 runners today – Sincereley Resdev at Wetherby on the flat and Asum & Jaycol’s Star at Market Rasen. This will be Asum’s second start over fences following Warwick, he schools particularly well at home so although he isn’t well in at the weights, this is a jumping test after all and we look forward to seeing this big Kayf Tara gelding in action. The good looking Medicean 3 year old, Jaycol’s Star has been busy of late but he brings vital experience to the table in the Juvenile Hurdle for Tommy and this should stand him in good stead.

Jaycol’s Star

Just down the A1 at Wetherby we wish Owners Resdev good luck with the black gelding Sincereley Resdev and hope he can go one better than last time when 2nd at Redcar. He’s a likeable, genuine little horse and improving steadily.

Sincerely Resdev

Tomorrow sees our first ‘breakfast’ morning for our Owners in The Pinnacle Partnership with the huge 3 year old Robin Des Chapp, Lady Buttons half brother who is now at the light cantering stage. He may be big but he is very light on his feet.

Robin Des Chapp with Henry

more yard News..

Man of Verve schooling with Jenni

Ex Racer Chloe’s Image lin dressage action ast weekend with Beth Hutchinson

A photo of ex racer, many times winner for us – Call it On at his first show with Lori Gillies

Stenna – Transient Bay – at his first hunter trial  with Steve Birkbeck

Team Kirby kids ponies had 3 seconds in 3 Horse of the Year Show qualifiers at Lincoln Show yesterday – good but frustrating!  We’re currently en route to The Royal Highland Show to try again! We also want to wish Lilly Aspell, daughter of Paddy & Donna, the best of luck in her Olympia qualifier at Devon-  The miles we travel in our quest to qualify for the 2 biggest shows of the year….

Liam Kirby in second spot on his chestnut pony Pedro

Indy with her pony Freddie who Izzy will be jumping today – day off school!

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