Meet the horses currently in training at Tyre Hill Racing Stables.
By Teofilo ex Seven Veils
Veiled Secret arrived with us in November 2017 having previously been in training on the flat with Sir Mark Prescott.
A previous winner over 1m6f, this son of Teofilo is a fine upstanding horse who made his hurdling debut at Doncaster in February 2018 finishing a very pleasing 5th in a field of 14 runners & was placed in the first four on a further two occasions at Ludlow during that first season with us.
Veiled Secret's 2018/19 season & saw him just missing out on a victory at Hereford in March 2019 when finishing a 1/2 length second in the Happy Retirement Noel Fehily Handicap Hurdlebefore quickly following up next time out, just nine days later with a first victory over hurdles landing the Racing To School Handicap Hurdle at Taunton under jockey David Bass the following month.
Shaping with plenty of promise last season, Veiled Secret returned to the track for the 2019/20 season following a summer break to finish 2nd at Exeter in October & filled the placings twice more at Huntingdon in both November & December 2019.
Veiled Secret has since gone on to make a pleasing start to his chasing debut finishing 2nd at Musselburgh in January 2020 & being a very consistent individual, we look forward to seeing him continue to progress throughout the winter months when he is sure to bring his owners Clan Mcneil lots more success.
Zee Man is a 2014 gelding by Soldier of Fortune who first arrived with us in the latter part of 2015.
This son of Soldier Of Fortune made his racecourse debut at Hereford in December 2017 where despite running a little greenly, finished a very pleasing 3rd under Trevor Whelan in a NH flat race & was 5th on his next appearance at Kempton, in very competitive company. Zee Man went onto finish 2nd in the Smarkets Maiden Open National Hunt Flat Race at Wincanton in March 2018 before his final run of the 2017/18 season came at Warwick where he finished 14th.
Zee Man's 2019/20 seasonal debut came at Uttoxeter in early November where he ran very pleasingly to finish 5th in a large field of 15 & again ran with lots of promise next time out later that same month when finishing 4th at Wincanton. We now look forward to watching him progress throughout the season.