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Racehorses for Lease

We always have a selection of racehorses to lease either outright, in shares or via syndication. Maybe a racehorse could even make that perfect gift for someone. It is certainly a great way of advertising a company as there is a possibilty to name the horse and run in your name and colours. So please do not hesitate to contact us on 01638 661434 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , to see if we can help you in any way.

These are free leases, usually with the option to purchase and can be written to suit. But the basic lease is free, you just pay the training and take all the prize money and glory.

There are severals horses in the yard which are available on a free lease with lots of different options concerning ownership. If you are interested in learning more about which horses and what is involved, please give the office a ring on 01638 661434 and we will be delighted to discuss matters further.

A lease can mean the whole horse, or a much smaller share, it all depends how much you want to be involved.


Casamento ex Skiphall two-year-old chesnut colt

(D.O.B 18.03.16)

Free Lease



The pedigree of Pageant Master

Pageant Master
2016 Chesnut Colt
first ascendancy
Casamento (IRE)   
second ascendancy
Wedding Gift  
third ascendancy
Giant's Causeway  
Always Fair
Such Style
Dance Machine
The Ministrel
Fabulous Native

A strong, compact two-year-old type that has a tremendous temperament, and looks a readymade two-year-old. He is a March foal so I will be cracking on early with him. He is a half-brother to six winners, including Folk Opera who won the E P Taylor Group 1 and the Prix Jean Romanet, as well as three other races. He is highly recommended for anybody interested in having plenty of racing, in a horse that is sure to give them some fun.

Update - 6th June:

He came back after his Brighton run and coughed for a few weeks but is now back in fast work and will be ready to run once again from next week onwards. The form of his race has worked out well and I am sure he will be getting his head in front in the not too distant future. A strong, very attractive colt, he is very genuine and is a yard favourite.

This horse is also on the syndicates page 


Farhh ex Diverting two-year-old bay filly

(D.O.B 09.02.16)

Free Lease



The pedigree of Farne Odyssey

Farne Odyssey
2016 Bay Filly
first ascendancy
second ascendancy
Gonbarda (GER)   
Nayef (USA)
Tawny Way
third ascendancy
Polar Falcon (USA) 
Fearless Revival
Lando (GER)
Gulch (USA)
Height Of Fashion (FR)   
Polar Falcon (USA)
Ma Petite Anglaise

A strong, compact, attractive filly, she is a February foal and looks a real two-year-old type. She is by the very exciting Farhh who has made a great start to his career and is now very sort after, both in the breeding shed and his offspring on the racecourse. The dam, Diverting, was a very decent filly and comes from a marvellous family with Mr Prospector and Nureyev on both sides of her pedigree. In fact this mating has very many ‘good nicks’ throughout the pedigree. She looks the type to give everybody fun and excitement.

Update - 6th June:

She has done some good work this week and will be doing another piece next week. She needs to go through the stalls a couple of times and will then be ready to run. A strong, compact filly, she is showing ability. Her sire has started to do really well and we are hopeful that she can get on the score sheet this year.

This horse is also on the syndicates page


Epaulette ex Trew Class two-year-old bay filly

(D.O.B 03.03.16)

Free Lease



The pedigree of Belle Bayeux

Belle Bayeux
2016 Bay Filly
first ascendancy
Epaulette (AUS)  
Trew Class
second ascendancy
Commands (AUS)
third ascendancy
Cotehele House
Singspiel (IRE)
Anna Matrushka
Inchmurrin (IRE)   
Polish Precedent

A very attractive, well grown scopy filly. She is a 3rd March foal and is half-sister to several winners. She is by the fast Epaulette, who has done very well with his first season runners, out of an Inchinor mare. There is Danzig and Northern Dancer on both sides of her pedigree and I think she will have much more speed than some of her more stoutly bred siblings. Although she will not be a very early sort, she is the type to mature and develop as the year goes on and I am sure mid-season onwards we will be getting her on the track.

Update - 6th June:

This big filly has needed quite a lot of time and she keeps having growth spurts, which doesn’t help. Cantering every day, she is a great mover and we are delighted with how she is progressing. I will be starting to do some quicker work with her towards the end of the month if all goes well.

This horse is also on the syndicates page