LYCETT RACING 100 CLUB – Offers you shared racehorse ownership, join the Club and enjoy a more affordable way of experiencing the thrills and excitement of racehorse ownership.
Go behind-the-scenes at the yard and see your horse close up on the gallops. Watch their progression from training to race-day, before celebrating the success of your horse in the winner’s enclosure and enjoying a share of the winnings along with your fellow members.
We have currently 6 exciting horses in training with some of the country’s most successful and up and coming trainers.
CASTLELYONS *VIEW FORM HERE* (Courtesy of the Racing Post)
A grand 8 year-old brown gelding, already a winner of 3 races and prize-money exceeding £40k. A very consistent staying handicapper, he takes his racing well and is a new recruit for the Club. Rated 86 on the turf and 90 on the all-weather he is very much that “Saturday Horse” all owners would love to have. He’s in training with Robert Stephens (Newport).
BRIGADE OF GUARDS *VIEW FORM HERE* (Courtesy of the Racing Post)
Brigade of Guards is the son of a top-class multiple champion National Hunt Sire Presenting and grandson of the high-class top jumps sire Jurado.
Although still a maiden, this attractive athletic 5 year-old gelding has plenty to like about him. A level-weights novice hurdler with plenty of scope for improvement and progression to chasing in future seasons. He’s shown up well to be placed twice from only 7 starts (hurdles) and looks to have a bright future ahead of him.
Certainly one to get excited about this season. He’s trained by Tim Vaughan (Cowbridge).
FREEDELIVERY *VIEW FORM HERE* (Courtesy of the Racing Post)
A son of Sholokhov, whose progeny include Gold Cup winner Don Cossack, he finished third on his debut in a good point in February.
His half-brother Full Cry finished fourth/third in two points but developed into a very useful performer under rules (Graded-placed over fences, Racing Post Rating 143). His dam is by an excellent sire (Un Desperado, sire of Best Mate and an excellent broodmare sire as well) and is a half-sister to several multiple winners, including the top-class staying chaser Kingsmark (RPR166).
A gorgeous, athletic individual with plenty of scope, this five-year-old has shown a strong level of form in Irish points last season despite hailing from a yard whose horses struggled throughout the campaign and looks a likely big improver.
Freedelivery stands out as one that could improve a great deal. He has already won in club colours over 2 miles at Ffos Las and we are confident that he will build on this and continue his winning form and become a great chaser in 2020. The yard he came from have sold on plenty of top-class horses and he definitely looks like an exciting National Hunt prospect.
He seems to favour soft / heavy ground so should fare well in the current weather conditions!
CAROLINE’S QUEST *VIEW FORM HERE* (Courtesy of the Racing Post)
A gorgeous, good-moving filly, Caroline’s Quest is a daughter of the excellent dual-purpose sire Beat Hollow, sire of Supreme Novices’ winner Cinders And Ashes and of the top-class, multiple Group 1 winner Wicklow Brave.
She is a second foal being a half-sister to an exciting five year old filly by Jeremy, who realised €44,000 as a store (having been a €14,500 foal) and made a winning debut in a bumper on her sole racecourse start to date.
The dam –Tramp Stamp– is a daughter of the champion sire King’s Theatre and was herself a very smart race mare, winning and placing in Grade 3 company. It is a fillies’ pedigree, with the girls beating the boys all the way back to a Yorkshire Oaks winner in the fourth dam.
Caroline’s Quest is also bred to come to hand early enough and boasting an outstanding pedigree, but she would also make a lovely broodmare in time.
Following her initial runs at the back end of last year, Caroline’s Quest has now been allocated a very attractive handicap of 87. Unfortunately she has recently suffered a minor injury requiring 5 stitches to her leg, however is now back in work and hopefully ready to run again in April.
DOTHRAKI PRINCE *VIEW FORM HERE* (Courtesy of the Racing Post)
A good-moving, scopey son of Sulamani, whose progeny include Grand National winner Rule The World and 2019’s unbeaten Grade 1 winner Honeysuckle.
He is certainly bred for the job, being a half-brother to black-type performer Harambe, who was placed in the Aintree bumper last year for Alan King. He went on to finish second to Getaway Trump in the £100,000 novice Championship final at Sandown Park in April 2019 and it is highly likely he has more to offer. Furthermore, the dam is a half-sister to the high-class novice chaser Bags Groove, who won two Grade 2s over fences last season.
Consistently placing in third, Dothraki Prince has had a particularly solid level of form in bumpers and a pedigree that suggests he could be a Saturday horse. This five year old has shown a really good level of form in three starts in bumpers to date and looks to have plenty of improvement forthcoming when he switches to hurdles this season.
He is recovering well following a fall earlier this year and we hope that he will be back on top form by mid-April.
A maiden under rules in Ireland, Jimmyjames looks potentially very well-handicapped.
Only a seven year old, so with time on his side, he has joined Tim Vaughan from a yard from which the trainer has had plenty of success in the past; Eric The Third joined the Cowbridge yard last season with a mark of 79 over fences and, after five wins, is now rated 115, while a couple of seasons ago, Fairwood Massini joined with a mark of 99 and got up to 122, winning four times, having previously been a 28-race maiden.
His first run under Club colours awarded him prize-money for a close fourth place. He is a nice physical type, has plenty of scope with a huge amount of improvement in him. We are working hard to ascertain his preferred conditions and despite a few recent losses he is definitely showing promise and we’re confident he will be performing towards the top of his game in the not-too-distant future.
Interest in all 6 horses for just £25 per month
As you can see, LYCETT RACING 100 CLUB have some really nice horses to get excited about. This would be a great introduction to racehorse ownership for a “novice” wishing to dip their toes or any seasoned owner.
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