Exciting Times. SAAL's new arrival is a Telescope filly which we have decided to offer in 5% shares, as an ideal first step into ownership. Due to the her being leased there are no up-front costs, just monthly training costs of £120.
Each syndicate member will have a full share of prize money, be involved in naming the horse, receive weekly updates, receive tickets to the races, be invited to regular stable visits and is guaranteed a fantastic experience.
She is a sister to the very useful mare The Govaness who not only won both a Li...
A 5% share has become available in our exciting young filly Leading Ewe On.
She was due to have her debut this Spring but following the COVID-19 outbreak and the suspension of racing she has been sent on an early summer holiday and will return to training in July and look at winning a bumper in October.
The 5% share costs £2,000, please get in touch for details.
Pictures and Video's are below.
LEO with her first spin on the grass in Lambourn (yellow jacket) - Feb 20
Head Cam on LEO - Feb 20
LEO flying up the all weather (yellow jacket) - Fe...
Shantewe gave the Sheep as a Lamb syndicate our first victory, but where did she come from and what does Sheep as a Lamb mean. Answers below:
Sheep as a Lamb comes from an old saying "You may as well be hung for sheep as for lamb". Strictly, it's a justification or excuse for going on to commit some greater offence once one has perpetrated a minor one. A modern day equivalent is that if you're going to get into trouble for having a pint after work in the pub, you may as well stay for five or six. It sums up the syndicate nicely.
Having spent way to much time watching horses I've owned run at Dunstall Park I'm certainly looking forward to looking at the syndicates colours appear in the Grade 2, Goffs UK Nickel Coin Mares' Standard NH Flat on the first day of the Aintree festival.
With Farne who we beat by 5 lengths on debut finishing a close up 3rd at the listed race at Sandown we were due to run in and the favourite from the Wetherby race winning a novice hurdle I think we're going to Aintree with a chance of hitting the frame.
I’m delighted to report that Shantewe is A1 this morning. She’s trotted out sound and well, ate up most of her supper and lost 11kgs which is normal
Obviously it was a shame not to win but she’s run another great race to be 3rd in a listed bumper - in turn picking up valuable black type for her future career as a Broodmare (long way down the line, but it all counts). It was a differently run race to Wetherby as they didn’t go much pace and it was a tactical sprint really. I thought she had every chance 3 furlongs out but she didn’t quick...