Christmas Morning

Early, sprint bred filly who will race in the North as a 2YO in 2020

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Trainer and Syndicate comments for Christmas Morning

We have always looked to the first season sires for value for money when purchasing our youngsters and this filly caught both Ollie Pears eye and ours at the big September Yearling Sale at Tattersalls in Ireland. She has an excellent pedigree and walks really well. She is perfectly conformed and has the sort of sharp look about her that should ensure she is a proper 2YO.

This filly is by Vadamos, a talented miler trained by Andre Fabre in France, which is why you may not recognise his name. However, he was very successful, winning over a mile and ten furlongs in top-class company. He closed his career off with a win in a Group One as a 6YO.

Ollie told us "I went across to Ireland and spent time at the Tally Ho stud. I looked at around a hundred of their youngsters and this filly was one which I had my eye on when she went through the sales in Ireland. She is built like a sprinter, but I think she has the scope to fill out and perhaps get further as she gets older."

Ollie stated: "Both her mother and her father were decent as juveniles, but trained on to become adept older horses. The mare was a solid 70+ handicapper and Vadamos got better with every year in training."

Prospective shareholders should be aware that we are aiming to get this filly ready for the start of the season. She is February foal, so will have time on her side. Both her mother and father ran as 2YOs, which bodes well for her possessing the sharpness which means she can be racing in April or May.

She is well put together, and isnt a small filly - already standing about fifteen hands. She will grow over the winter and we are hoping she will develop into a really nice type. Ollie was pleased with her when she arrived from Ireland, she had travelled well and didnt seem too bothered by the long trip.

"Its always a risk when you go for a first season sire, but this lass is solid. She has a great pedigree with plenty of winners in there and hopefully the speed of her mother will combine with the stamina from her father to give us a racehorse we can go to war with." stated Ollie.

Ollie Pearscommented:"Since she has been here at the Malton yard weve got to know her. She is a friendly sort and has no vices. Shes already 153 hands tall and shes got a proper body on her, and plenty of bone, which means she will have scope to grow even further."

Ollie went on to state "She is another of my youngsters who Id love to take to York for the Rous stakes in June if everything works out for her. "

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 2020 season.

We are already reporting on the fillys progress for shareholders 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 onward. 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 2020.  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.

The monthly costs for this horse will start in January 2020.