Another week starts and we have some new arrivals and new starts, along with plenty of work for those in full training.
Back in training are Sammy B, a winning staying hurdler who will resume his chasing career this winter, and Tarset Hinny, the three year old Presenting filly who the Morrison- Bells purchased at the Tattersalls May sales.
We also have a number who have started off again after injury including the game Deepsand, Timesawaiting, Lost Frequency and Devitosgoldengirl. All have had a month on the water treadmill and will have plenty of trotting before resuming cantering. We have been so impressed by the results of the water treadmill in recuperation and we are starting work with horses who are already muscled up despite being out of full work.
Those in full training are divided into post race who are freshening up round the farm, soon to race who are schooling and sprinting and those who are still working hard twice a week getting ready for runs later in October and November.
We have one last 10% share available in Jump For Dough, a super tough handicap hurdler who is aimed at Aintree at the end of the month; please contact me soon to join his ownership group.
We have found a super home for the much loved Prosecco who returned to us last week for rehoming again; he will be local to the yard and has a kind hacking home.
Finally, we welcome Justine Scott-Gray onto the team at Kilduff. Bringing a wealth of experience in all horse sports and having run her own equine consultancy and human resource firm Justine has already added value to the yards. She lives on site and we are delighted to have her on board.