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HORSES IN TRAINING
Meet the horses currently in training with David Dennis Racing.
JUST FOUR FAME
Breeding: Fame And Glory x Justfour
Owner: Mr A Killoran
Just Four Fame is the son of the late Fame And Glory and was purchased at the Goffs UK Spring Sale 2020. He was broken in straight after the sale and has been given plenty of time to grow and mature. He made his debut in a Maiden Point to Point at Maisemore, in March 2022, finishing second where he travelled and jumped well. He also ran again at Chaddesley Corbett where, again, he finished second. This was then followed by a running on 3rd in the Goffs UK Point to Point Bumper at Aintree, in May 2022, where he ran on strongly from a long way back in the field proving he has plenty of stamina. Sadly he missed last season but he is now back in full training and he will go novice hurdling this autumn we hope has a bright future ahead of him.
Breeding: Passing Glance x Sonic Weld
Owner: Wingates Associates Limited
Libor Lad was purchased at the Goffs UK Spring Sale at Doncaster in May 2021. He was broken in straight after the sale and stayed in training for the 2021/22 season where he took his training very well considering it was his first season. He made his debut in a bumper at Bangor showing plenty of promise, finishing mid div, as was expected. He had a season over hurdles where he was learning all the time and has learnt to settle after racing too enthusiastically. We look forward to seeing how he gets on this season especially now he has matured physically. He will undoubtedly develop into a chaser in the long term.
Breeding: by Leading Light x Horner Mill
Owner: Legacy Racing
Lighthouse Mill was purchased at the Cheltenham Tattersalls horses in training sale in January 2022. This son of Leading Light had, prior to the sale, two runs in maiden point to points in England finishing fourth and second. He jumped well in these two races and clearly stays three miles. He has been running very well over hurdles on better ground this season and after some very creditable placed efforts before he lost his maiden tag at Stratford in June under a fine ride by Gavin Sheehan. He has learnt to settle which is a major factor and there should be plenty of fun to be had in the future with him. We wish his owners Legacy Racing the best of luck after some memorable days with Hahadi who was retired in 2021.
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