Our broodmare Impeccable Guest with her filly foal by Refuse to Bend at 4 weeks old.
**LATEST : New Acquisition - 3 Year Old Filly AVAILABLE
Available, a consistant 3 year old filly by the sire Moss Vale, was recently acquired from the Jim Boyle yard and is an exciting addition
to the Derbyshire Racing string of horses. She has shown some promising form in each of her 7 races to date, winning once and being placed in her other starts, giving the impression a trip of 7f should suit her on decent ground. She has settled into the routine
well at Barton Blount and should be ready for entries in the near future.
Vanilla Rum won his third race for us this year at Wolverhampton in late March, the first
leg of a famous treble of wins for Derbyshire Racing owned horses in the space of just a few days. Under a cracking ride from Franny Norton, Vanilla Rum was perfectly positioned entering the straight and took it up 1f out to win going away at odds of 4/1.
He has since finished down the field at Newcastle but failed to act on the heavy ground that day and will be better suited by good to soft going.
is another of our horses to win 3 races in double quick time this year and he took the Class 4 1m4f handicap at Wolverhampton in March like an improving horse. He has now been given a mark of 80, 30lb higher than his first win, but he is still maturing with
racing so we are hopeful that there is more to come from him. An exciting horse to be involved in and he should be out again once the ground dries up a bit.
has come back in fine form this year and landed the third leg of Derbyshire Racing's hatrick of wins at Doncaster on April 1st, taking the 1m4f amateur riders handicap under jockey David Dunsdon. Appreciating the decent ground for the time of year, AJ put
the race to bed when going clear 2f out but he idled close home, eventually winning by 1/2l from Edgeworth. He has since ran a close second to Chilly Filly at Catterick on ground that was softer than ideal and is another waiting for better ground before his
Aegean Destiny disappointed at Uttoxeter on her last run in March and has enjoyed a break to freshen her up. She appreciates a bit of cut in the ground
and should be ready for entries again soon, either on the flat or over hurdles.
Impeccability has been given a break to strenghen up through the Spring and will re-enter
training during the Summer with a back end 2 year old campaign in mind.
Impeccable Guest and Sphere, our broodmares, both foaled fillies by the sire
Refuse to Bend during April. Both dams and their foals are in good health and we are delighted with the quality of them. Refuse to Bend has a particularly good record with his fillies, with Group 1 winner Sarafina being his highest