Meet the horses currently in training with David Dennis Racing.
by Walk In The Park ex Aubisquinette
Professor L P Hardwick
Aubis Park was purchased by David at the Derby Sale as unbroken 3yo from Ireland in June 2018.
Aubis Park is by the popular sire Walk In The Park (sire of Min) she is out of a mare by Cadoudal and has a French pedigree. She has had one run in a bumper until sadly missing the remainder of the season. She has a good attitude and will no doubt show her true ability over obstacles as she has always schooled well at home.
Broken Quest has always had the size and scope to be a chaser and after having to miss parts of his racing career through injury he went chasing in February 2021 when he made a winning debut over fences which was great for all concerned. We look forward to seeing Broken Quest continuing his chasing career.
Cyclop is one of the toughest jump horses that David has ever trained. He was purchased by David after winning a claiming hurdle around Auteuil in the spring of 2014 as a 3yo. Given he's not a very big horse it was remarkable performance which was a factor as to why David liked him.
Cyclop has won 3 times over hurdles and 5 times over fences, been placed 12 times earning a total of £96,000 in win and place prize money. Highlights have been winning the Lincolnshire National at Market Rasen in 2017 (and was desperately unlucky not to win it in 2020 when runner up having been denied a run) and winning the William Hill Highland National at Perth in April 2021.
Cyclop has been a pleasure to train and we look forward to seeing in action in long distance chase again where he will give his owners continued fun.
Flying Verse is a half brother to 135 rated Roman Flight who was one of the stable stars in David's early years as a trainer.
He's a 3 time winner over hurdles and has won twice over fences as well as being placed 10 times over jumps. He's not the biggest horse in the worLd but has run some great race and will hopefully continue to do so in the future. His second in the Norfolk National at Fakenham was a good effort giving 7lb's to the winner.
Hahadi joined David Dennis after being purchased privately in August 2018 having been running in point to points in Ireland & winning on his fifth start at Bartlemy in May that year.
Hahadi has won twice over hurdles and been placed 7 times since his arrival in England giving his owners Legacy Racing plenty of fun and will hopefully continue to do so. He doesn't quite stay 3 miles and ideally needs a left handed track which makes him a challenge to place.
Harthill is an exciting new addition to the team who was recently purchased from the Derby Sale at Fairyhouse in Ireland in June 2021. She was broken in by Martin Jones straight after the sale and had an introduction to the gallops at Edgcote for a couple of weeks before being given a break. She stands a good 16.2, which gives her the physique to make a chaser in the future. She has a good attitude and will be aimed to race in 2022 where we look forward to seeing how she performs.