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WELCOME TO THOROUGHBRED LEASING

Thoroughbred Leasing is unique in the Racing Industry, specialising in forming partnerships to race well  bred colts and fillies on lease and enabling racing ownership to become available to all sections of society in an affordable manner.

“Thoroughbred Leasing aims to provide the opportunity to race quality thoroughbreds, selected and trained by professionals, in an affordable and enjoyable environment.”

 
 
 
**LADY MONTOYA , LADY ELIZABETH and CAPPELLA MAGNA continue winning run. **

CURRENT NEWS – NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2017

                      SPONSORED BY PYRMONT CELLARS and THE SYDNEY WINE CENTRE

LADY MONTOYA , LADY ELIZABETH and CAPPELLA MAGNA continue winning run.  
               
 LADY MONTOYA  scored a very strong win, at Newcastle, over 2300m, on the 3rd December, following 3 good performances prior. First up at Muswellbrook, over the unsuitable 1450m, coming from well back on the turn, to run 4th. Next up, 1850m at Newcastle, and was strong on the line for 3rd. Another 1850m, at Newcastle, saw her disappointed for a run around the 200m, before she flew late for an unlucky 4th. A step up to 2300m, at Newcastle, Sunday 3rd Dec, saw her score a strong win, a pointer to hopefully, further wins, now she is up in trip. Well ridden by apprentice, Blaike McDougall, who had her in a perfect position during the run, hooked out at the 600m, and gave nothing a chance in the run to the line, winning by more than 2 lengths.  

LADY ELIZABETH was scintillating 2nd up at Kembla Grange, on Saturday 14th October, over 1200m. Jockey Rory Hutchings positioned her midfield, covered up, and despite racing greenly during the run, and on straightening, she produced a stunning last 75m, to rein in the leader, who had 2 lengths on her, running the last 600m in 33.58secs. We put her aside, and will have her ready for the Autumn.      

CAPPELLA MAGNA continued her rich vein of form, winning twice, at Bathurst, over 1300m, before going to Goulburn, where up in class, and up in weight (not a good combination), she was run down after leading for most of the race. A record of 4 wins, from 6 starts, was a great effort, and with natural improvement next preparation, we are looking forward to her coming back into work , after her spell.
 
AANVOERDER following her good Gosford win, went to Randwick, on Cup Day, but had no luck, getting her tongue over the bit, as she was making her run, as they turned for home. Next start, also at Randwick, a tough run 3 wide, saw her not finish in the money. Following a consistent campaign, where she raced 6 times for 1 win and 3 seconds, we sent her to the paddock for 6 weeks.

LADY EVELYN following her good win first up, went to Newcastle, on Saturday, 21st October in a BM 65 Hcp, over 1400m, finishing 3rd. Next was Muswellbrook, on Sunday 5th Nov, where she was run down in the shadows of the post. Canterbury beckoned, in a 1550m F & M Hcp, on Wednesday, 22nd Nov, where she bottled up on the fence, never saw daylight, and followed the place getters to the line.     

LIFELINE PRINCESS was a model of consistency during this preparation, having 5 starts for 1 win, 3 2nds, and an unplaced run, where the ride would struggle to make the highlights reel. Ran into a good one, at her last run before a break, at Hawkesbury, where she finished 2nd to a gelding, who went on win at Flemington, on Oaks Day.  

FOXY QUEEN went 2nd up to Nowra, where she was strong to line, over 1100m, but a bad gate and interrupted run, saw her finish 6th, in a good effort. Sadly, picked up a virus, and went for a short let up. Is now back with Bjorn, at Warwick Farm.

          



Characteristics of Leasing

- Once only, low cost administration fee to set up Partnership/Lease

- Lessor/Owner, in conjection with Manager, determines initial trainer, lessor percentage of
  any prizemoney won, and terms of lease

- Trainer, in conjunction with Manager, determines racing program

- Manager acts as conduit to Lessor/Lessees

- Lessees only, can terminate their interest in a lease at any time, given one month’s notice in writing

-Full Raceday/Ownership Privileges

                                 

 ******NEWS FLASH*******

We have SHARES AVAILABLE in ELLA GRIGORA (3yo filly by COMMANDS  out of STEPPING, and from Black type family of Club Command, Gregers, Girl Guide, Ofcourseican, Gimmethegreenlight etc. )

ELLA GRIGORA  suffered a puncture wound to her left hock, back in February, required surgery,  and a recovery period of 9 months, which is coming to an end. A couple of the original partners decided they did not want to continue, and have relinquished their shares, and we are looking for partners to take these over.

We will have her vetted and given the all-clear to commence pre training.

 A replacement guarantee available should she not get to the races. 

If you would like to see full details, or know someone who may, please email me             

For further details, go to www.thoroughbredleasing.net – Leases Available page or email gsm08619@bigpond.net.au.

****** Current Team *******

Bjorn Baker (Warwick Farm) – Aanvoerder, Cappella Magna,Zapita, Chuck”N’Paul, Ella Grigora,Lifeline Princess,Foxy Queen, Showada, Bulletson, Straight Torque, Skyquake, Achieved, Cajun Queen
 
Jason Coyle – (Warwick Farm) – Lady Elizabeth
 
Joe Pride – (Warwick Farm) – Rosy and Grey
 
Garry Neale – ((Warwick Farm) – Jordan’s Swan

 
Jason Deamer – (Newcastle) – Lady Montoya, Lady Evelyn

 
Geoff O’Brien – (Quirindi) – Rena’s Lad,Vega De Lago

SPONSORED  BY

PYRMONT CELLARS in conjunction with the SYDNEY WINE CENTRE

Sydney's Premier Wine Merchant and Educational Providers

  • Wine Appreciation Classes
  • Education Courses run by our Wine Lovers Racing Syndicate M.W Rob Geddes
  • Wine Dinners
  • Regional Tastings

Website – www.pyrmontcellars.com.au
Email – info@pyrmontcellars.com.au
Phone-  (02) 95718555 (ask for fellow owner – Michael)



STABLE TALK

ZAPITA will trial at Warwick Farm on Tuesday 6th Dec. over 790m.

ACHIEVED  returned to Bjorn's stales late October, but showing signs of immaturity was sent back to the paddock for 6 weeks. Will shortly be inspected, to get all clear to commence pre training.   

SHOWADA will also trial at Warwick Farm, on Tuesday 6th Dec. Has been bought along slowly by Bjorn.

BULLETSON  returned to Warwick Farm mid November, and plans are for him to have a jump out late Dec.

SKYQUAKE  had a short stint in at Warwick Farm, but did not seem to be a precious type, and we sent her for a break to take advantage of the good spelling conditions the Spring provides.

ROSY AND GREY commenced pre training late November, was straight back into the groove, and we are looking for her to be back with trainer, Joe Pride mid/late Dec.

STRAIGHT TORQUE went to the paddock late October, then suffered the unkindest cut of all, and will come back into work following the Spring.

CAJUN QUEEN  has been back with Bjorn since late October, and plans are for her to have a jump out 29th Dec, at Warwick Farm,  all going well.

JORDAN'S SWAN has done well since returning to Warwick Farm trainer, Garry Neale. She will shortly commence ¾ pace work.

RENA'S LAD  has pleased Geoff O'Brien, since returning to work and will shortly be ready to commence a new campaign.

VEGA DE LAGO has been working very nicely for Geoff O'Brien, and is ready to have a trial in preparation of his tilt at the Country Championship next year.

ELLA GRIGORA has been given the all clear to commence pre training, and will shortly be floated to Washpool Lodge, in Qld,  with master conditioner Kevin Thomas, to prepare her for a return to Bjorn's stables.

CHUCK'N'PAUL also suffered the unkindest cut, when he went for a break, following a below par effort, after his good first up win. He will commence pre training early Jan.

 Runners coming up over the next month include   LADY EVELYN, LADY MONTOYA, RENA'S LAD, VEGA DE LAGO, with possibly SHOWADA and ZAPITA facing the starter for the first time later in December.

Here's hoping for a continuation of our current good run of success.

HOPE YOU HAVE A SAFE FESTIVE SEASON, AND A PROSPEROUS YEAR 2018

Regards
Graeme



     
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