We will look to Little Lady Luck to show a bit of improvement when we get her into Handicaps; she is a green and inexperienced filly witness going out thru her shoulder as Ellie and the filly turned in; clearly thinking about a right hand track for her would be one approach.
As I touched on Sunday were very pleased last week to be able to purchase (for not a great deal of money) thru Tattersalls the grey yearling colt by Telescope out of Indigo that was offered by James Reed's Lushes Farm Stud at Wincanton. It is a family I know really well and I have seen this colt on several occasions both as a foal and as a yearling growing up in Somerset; I trained Indigo to win two races & to be placed five times from 16 starts; and her half brother, Bayston Hill, the winner of six races, is still in the Yard and finished second at Chelmsford last Saturday. All three horses are part of a high class American family and Indigo & Bayston Hill's Dam is an unraced half sister to a Grade One winner in the USA & a Grandaughter of another. I am putting him into a Partnership of eight shares and if you follow this link you can see the details.
Mike and I would be pleased to show him to you