Grappas Girl: Our Hinchinbrook filly has developed very nicely over the last 12 months and had her first official trial in early April. Pinging from the barriers she drove to a forward position and travelled well until the post. She is now spelling for a couple of months before she comes back in for the start of her racing career in the Spring.
All Too Hard Filly: After a short post sale rest our All Too Hard filly was broken in by Robert Quinn who observed “The filly is very nice she’s very athletic, moves good and feels like a horse that will keep improving and get over ground.” She then had a spell and has this week commenced pre-training where Richard Litt has observed that she has grown immensely since breaking in and is going to be a very big filly when fully grown. Our intention is to get her to the 2YO trials in the Spring and then assess her racing plans moving forward.
Scissor Kick Colt: Also given a short post sale rest before being broken in by Robert Quinn. Coming through this process with flying colours Robert stated “the colt feels like a compact sharp early running type.” After a short spell he is now back in pre-training in preparation for the 2YO trials in the Spring and we’ll hopefully then look at running him in preparation for some of the early Inglis Series races.