Trainer and Syndicate comments for Queen Of Scheme
This filly has all the hallmarks of an early, sharp sprint 2YO type, as Tagula is known for producing five and six furlong types. Ollie Pears was pleased to have her knocked down to him at the Doncaster Silver Sales because she is very well proportioned, has a good eye and should make up into a good-sized 2YO in 2018. She already has a decent muscle structure.
Ollie told us "She walks well and although she isnt huge, she has already grown in the first fortnight weve had her. In a sale where there were some big prices, I think she was good value because of the way she was presented. Id done some investigating, and the family is a good one and the sister to the mare was a really decent sort who has proved herself on a racecourse and also as a broodmare."
Prospective shareholders should be aware that this filly is a first offspring from the mare. The dams full sister Rosinka was a group race winner and won as a 2YO. Neither the dams sister or herself saw a racecourse, as the breeder concentrated on producing a line of decent mares.
Ollie Pears commented "This horse should be out early season and is already very forward. Ive looked for a youngster who will be ready to go racing as soon as the season starts in April, and this filly struck me as the sort who should come to hand early. She is a good-looking bay and well proportioned - with a decent profile for being a sprinter."
This filly is currently at Ollie Pears yard in Malton and will be broken in before November and then enter full training straight afterwards. After trotting and cantering in December, she will have a short rest before getting ready to race in the opening stages of the 2018 season.
The fillys progress will be reported in our syndicate management system - on an ad-hoc basis, reporting on the major breakthroughs with her training - and we will provide regular updates on her progress on the gallops and with her education in detail from January onwards. During the heart of the season we publish update reports every 7-10 days, and more regularly when she actively starts racing.
If everything goes to plan, and the filly is far enough forward both mentally and physically, she will start racing in April/May and then get plenty more gallop experience up the Wold Gallop at Malton and will be race right through spring and summer 2017. We expect between 3 and 7 runs from this filly this season, and she will most likely race around the Yorkshire, Lancashire and North Eastern racetracks.
We welcome any inspections of the racehorse from prospective owners at the stables, and Ownaracehorse will happily organise for you to view the filly. Please note that the monthly training fees will not start until January 2018, when the horse goes into full training.