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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 and BULLETSON continue winning run. **

CURRENT NEWS – DECEMBER 2017/JANUARY 2018

                      SPONSORED BY PYRMONT CELLARS and THE SYDNEY WINE CENTRE

LADY MONTOYA  followed up her good win, at Newcastle, with another good effort, winning at Scone, over 2200m, on the 15th Dec. Back in distance, and up in grade is often a disadvantage, but Lady Montoya dug in for the fight and prevailed by a short margin, on the line. Jockey Robert Thompson said "always going to win and fought strongly to the line". Next up was back at Newcastle 8 days later, but did not fire so we sent her for a break. Will come back into work mid February. Very good preparation with 6 starts for 2 wins, 1 third, 2 fourths and 1 fifth.

BULLETSON made his debut at Wyong, on Sunday, 21st January, and blew them away. Following 2 trials, one at Warwick Farm, the other at Rosehill, where his barrier manners were less than perfect, slowly away in both, before hitting the line strongly to finish 2nd both times. On debut over 1300m, he once again was poorly away, missing the kick by 3 - 4 lengths, settling down last, in the field of 9. Last at the 800m, last at the 400m, and last turning for home, in the short Wyong straight, with 9 in front of him and around 10 lengths to make up. Jockey, Chad Lever, angled him the centre of the track, got on the back of the favourite, and gave him a couple of persuaders. Taking time to balance up, he stormed home over the last  100m, to win going away by over a length and under a hold. Will go next to either Newcastle, Saturday 3rd Feb, or Kembla Grange Tuesday, 6th Feb, both over 1600m.  

LADY EVELYN following her unlucky Canterbury run, went to Warwick Farm, 6th Dec, back in distance to 1300m. Striking a bog track , which she doesn't handle, saw her run 6th but pulled up feeling the effects of the run and we sent her for a break. Due back in work early Feb.      

FOXY QUEEN trialled well at Rosehill, before going to her first start this preparation, at Orange, 30th Dec. Drawing poorly, saw her used up early, sitting outside leader, kicked clear but was bloused on the post to finish 2nd. A heavy track at Nowra, next start, saw her run poorly not handling the conditions. Bathurst, on Monday 21st Jan saw her again draw poorly, and with no luck in running, was posted 3 deep the trip. Fought strongly to the line to finish 3rd. Looking to go to Cessnock on Monday, 5th Feb for her next start.

RENA'S LAD has had 2 runs back this preparation, putting in 2 solid efforts. First up, at Moree, found the 1200m too short, running home well to run 5th.  Second up, race day rain at Scone, turned  the track into the soft area, which is not his preferred footing. Tried hard to the line, to run 4th. Hoping for better track, at Tamworth Thursday, 25th Jan, over 1400m.    
                                                                             

                            

 

 

 



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 our first Lease Partnership for 2018. A strongly put together chestnut filly, by STRATUM out of an ENCOSTA DE LAGO mare in FIELDS OF FREEDOM. To be trained by CLARE CUNNINGHAM ,at Warwick Farm, and will shortly commence breaking in. A ¾ sister to our metro placed MERI RANI, who before injury cut short her career, had a 16 start form 2 wins, 2 seconds and 2 thirds record.

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

Nick O’Brien – (Gosford) – Zapita

Clare Cunningham – (Warwick Farm) – Stratum/Fields of Freedom 2016 filly, Casino Prince/Glorious Lady 2016 filly

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

ACHIEVED  is coming to the end of her spell. Has done well in the paddock and we are looking for her to commence pre training early February.   

SHOWADA  will commence pre training week beginning Monday, 29th Jan, fully recovering from a virus.

ZAPITA has had a change of stables following her Hawkesbury trial. A work in progress, Zapita needs time, and we have moved her to a more economic environment, with Nick Mitchell, at Gosford.

SKYQUAKE  has enjoyed her time in the nSpring sun, and will commence pre training week beginning Monday, 29th January .

ROSY AND GREY did everything right in her latest stint in with Joe Pride, and we sent her for a break mid January. Will spell until end of February.

STRAIGHT TORQUE has been back in work since mid January, and plans are for him to be back at Warwick Farm, mid February.

CAJUN QUEEN  trialled at Rosehill, to complete her early education, and has gone for a spell, looking to come back into work, mid Febrauary.

JORDAN'S SWAN pulled up sore from a jump out late December and was sent to the paddock . Looking to commence pre training mid/late February.

VEGA DE LAGO has finidhed 2nd in both trials, and will face the starter at Tamworth, Thursday, 25th January, as we commence our tilt at the Country Championship, in April. 

CHUCK'N'PAUL had an easy trial at Rosehill, on Monday, 22nd January, and will shortly have another, more than likely, at Warwick Farm, on Thursday 1st February.

LIFELINE PRINCESS has returned to Warwick Farm, in good order, following 3 weeks of pre training. Looking for a jump out, early/mid March.

CAPPELLA MAGNA has been back in work since early January, and plans are for her to come into Warwick Farm, early February.

AANVOERDER has settled in like the pro she is, back at Warwick Farm. Looking for a jump out mid February.

LADY ELIZABETH has returned to Warwick Farm, early January. In fine fettle, she should be looking for a jump out early March.

 

 Runners coming up over the next month include   BULLETSON, FOXYQUEEN, RENA'S LAD, VEGA DE LAGO, CHUCK'N'PAUL

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

Regards
Graeme



     
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