Stan Moore racing

Berkeley House Stables
Upper Lambourn
Hungerford
Berkshire, RG17 8QP, UK
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Friday 16th September

Sara's Blog this week.....

A busy few days for us this week with packing horses off to Ayr and Ireland yesterday.  We have one runner up at Ayr today with SON DU SILENCE.  The ground is good/soft at the moment but lots of rain forecast up there so hopefully it will come in time for him.

We also run MARY FILDES there tomorrow in a Group 3 Fillies Race.  She was disappointing last time at Salisbury after hanging very badly but it was really the first time she had been in the thick of a race and she was very green.  She's also had a small problem with her teeth but has had some out now which has hopefully sorted the hanging ! Whether she will go on the soft ground is still a question mark ???

Stan will then hot foot it across to Ireland tomorrow evening on the ferry for a short stay with his Mum and then down to Fairyhouse where we have EVERVESCENT running in the Tattersalls Sales Race on Sunday.  EVERVESCENT is in good form, we took him away and worked him with SLIM SHADEY last week on some very nice grass and this has brought him on.  We sent him to Ireland a day earlier than normal, scared the high winds may come back and we would not be able to sail him over as the ferries were not carrying livestock earlier in the week.

We have also had runners at home this week - KATIES TUITOR trying to follow up his brilliant win last weekend at Kempton last night but unfortunately fading into 3rd.  The combination of a race coming too quick and on lot of weight on his back not helping.

At Lingfield today we run HUGELY EXCITING.  He is in good form and has been working well at home.  The blinkers seemed to help him last time and he runs in them again today, he should run well.

Stan stays in Ireland for the Tattersalls Yearling Sales next Tuesday and Wednesday with a couple of orders to fill so exciting times.

We have started breaking-in the new yearlings we already have which is all going well so far.