Meet the horses currently in training at Tyre Hill Racing Stables.
by Ask ex Broken Thought
Wright Morgan Ltd & Partner
Broken Quest arrived with us in February 2017 having run twice in Irish point to points finishing 3rd on his debut and then winning on his most recent start in that sphere at Boulta on New Years Day 2017.
Cyclop, an ex French hurdler who joined us in Spring 2014 has proved to be a very consistent horse, hardly ever being out of the placings and has four wins & a whole string of places to his name.
Although only small, Cyclop has the heart of a lion & is regularly seen running in long distance handicap chases & regional nationals. Cyclop won his first hurdle race in France back in May 2014 before gaining his first British victory at Huntingdon on Boxing day later that same year.
Since then, Cyclop has taken to chasing like a duck to water winning twice over the larger obstacles with his latest victory coming in the Clugston Lincolnshire National Handicap Chase at Market Rasen on Boxing Day 2017 under Trevor Whelan. We were thrilled to see Cyclop land one of these long distance handicaps and he has well & truly proven himself to be an out & out stayer.
Cyclop endured a somewhat frustrating time of it last season with just two runs coming at Wincanton & Chepstow in March & April 2019 but returned this season with all of his usual zest to finish 5th at Chepstow in October & 3rd on his latest start at Huntingdon in November & we now look forward to the rest of the winter campaign with him.
Danecase has been in great order throughout the second half of the 2019 turf flat season where he has been placed third on two recent starts & will continue to run throughout the autumn so long as he can enjoy the top of the ground.
Wins over both 6f & 7f and on both turf & all-weather surfaces prove that Danecase is a most versatile & consistent individual & there should be plenty of opportunities for this game horse again in the future.
Deauville Dancer joined the yard in October 2015 having already shown plenty of form on the flat with former trainer Sir Mark Prescott. This good looking son of Tamayuz is a fine stamp of a horse and was a previous winner of three races on the flat over 1m6f & 2 miles.
Since making the switch to the NH sphere & a win over hurdles in June 2016, Deauville Dancer has since excelled over fences winning five times throughout the 2017/18 season including his first victory at Huntingdon in May 2017 when landing the 188Bet Handicap Chase, you can watch that race HERE.
Since that first win, Deauville Dancer made it three on the bounce at Doncaster in December 2017 when victorious in the Betfred Supports Jack Berry House Chase & took his chance in the Topham Chase at Aintree where he jumped the Grand National fences brilliantly to finish 12th before going onto finish a nice 4th at Sandown next time out in the bet365 Josh Gifford Novices' Handicap Chase.
December 2019 saw Deauville Dancer make his 2019/20 seasonal debut when running a great race to finish 2nd & staying on all the way to the line at Exeter & we can't wait to see him back on the track in the coming weeks.
Donatello Mail arrived in autumn 2018 from Ireland having won a point to point on his latest start in early October 2018.
This strapping gelding by Zambezi Sun is an exciting addition to the yard & looks every inch a future chaser given his size & scope over an obstacle.
Donatello Mail made his yard debut in a bumper at Uttoxeter in December 2018 before running over hurdles next time out at Huntingdon in February 2019 where he ran too keenly for his own good for much of the way.
Following a break through the summer, Donatello Mail made his 2019/20 seasonal debut in a novices hurdle at Uttoxeter in October where he again ran with a little too much zest but has since really learned to settle with the help of Sam Twiston-Davies & this has been reflected in his two latest starts where he has run very pleasingly at Chepstow & more recently at Warwick finishing 5th in November.
We now look forward to seeing him progress throughout the winter months.
This good looking gelding arrived with us to begin his training in July 2017 having been broken in & ridden away in Ireland earlier that Spring.
An athletic type by Getaway, Dontcounturchikens made his racecourse debut in a bumper at Ludlow in April 2018 finishing a very promising 3rd following which he was put away again for the summer to allow him to strengthen & mature & made his 2018/19 seasonal return at Chepstow in November 2018 finishing 11th in a large field followed by a very promising 2nd next time out at Doncaster, again in a bumper.
Dontcounturchikens had three further starts over hurdles throughout the spring & summer 2019 running with plenty of promise on each occasion finishing 3rd twice at Newton Abbot & Warwick followed by a 2nd placing at Uttoxeter in June.
Following a late summer break, Dontcounturchikens was an unfortunate faller first time out this season at Exeter & we now look forward to watching him progress throughout the 2019/20 campaign.