Free lease: Princess way 💥

💣Free lease opportunity💥

An exciting opportunity has arisen to lease the excellent six years old mare, 🚀Princess Way, by Zebedee Cornerstone Stud of Stef’s girl.
At just six years old, Princess Way still an exciting prospect, rated 69. She has shown high quality form on numerous occasions, especially last season, placed every time she ran.
2019 had added two more victories (Bath Racecourse to her good record as she already won three times in 2018 right after joining Paul’s yard.
2019 flat form: 21214
2018 flat form: 1119

Do you want to miss out on this rare opportunity to take a lease share in a proven performer ?! #dontmissit

Please contact Paul on 07464016144 or Karen on 07555 645349 for more details

Supported by DodDodson & Horrell

Brinkley’s Katie 3rd

🥉Brinkley’s Katie, 3rd yesterday night Wolverhampton Racecourse under Franny Norton saddle 👍🏻
Great run for this filly after being 2nd @WolvesRaces last month!

Looking smart thanks to Dodson & Horrell and Trade Access Panels

November 2019 Results

Last week was busy between Kempton Park Racecourse, Wolverhampton Racecourse, Chelmsford City Racecourse and Ffos Las Racecourse!

Special mention for Halle’s Harbour🥈, Brinkley’s Katie🥈 and Ballycross 🥈 🤩, looking superb thanks to Dodson & Horrell and @tradeaccesspanel

Great job team 👏🏻👏🏻

ZIM BABY A WINNER ON HER SECOND START

Zim Baby the lovely Roderic O Connor filly got the job done on her second outing under Meg Nicholls. She was a £4000 purchase by us from Goffs UK last year as a yearling and is another horse to prove that we can get the job done, with 2yolds, handicappers, novices, sprinters, milers, or marathon distance horses! The team are doing a great job and the stable is in top form. 

WINNER Princess Way AGAIN at Bath

Princess Way wins for the fourth time for us and while Rhiain Ingram is sidelined with injury John Egan took the reins and did a sterling job. This filly is so tough and consistent she has been an absolute credit to the whole team at Paul George Racing 

WINNER – Fairway to Heaven

Fairway to Heaven wins at Wolverhampton, under Pierre Louis Jamin. This horse came to us after over two years and 40 runs without a win and at ten years old our team have done an incredible job of rejuvenating him. It’s testament to the work of our whole team and our training regime that horses like this lovely gelding can rediscover their form. #thedreambeginshere 

Kodiac Harbour WINS at Lingfield

Kodiac Harbour wins on his second start for us under an enterprising ride from John Egan, he was unlucky to be beaten a short head on debut at Wolverhampton. He was bought at Tattersalls Ascot in October from the Godolphin draft for only £5500 unraced, and was a 60,000 gns yearling. Showing that you don’t have to spend a fortune to find good horses. 

Halle’s Harbour WINS

Halle’s Harbour ran really well tonight at Kempton Park for our first winner of 2019. She was a Tattersalls October Yearling Sale purchase and has been unlucky not to win until now. Eddy Greatrex gave her a superb ride and the six furlong trio seemed to suit. 

Secret Return Wins

Secret Return the lovely Roderic O’connor mare notches up her third win of the season for us under an impressive ride from Luke Morris. She has been the model of consistency this year and has held her form throughout the season. 

Simon The Great another winner !!

Simon The Great put a slightly disappointing run at Newton Abbot behind him with a superb win at Worcester. With the application of the hood and being ridden patiently by Daniel Sansom Simon was super relaxed all the way through his race. Produced late in a thrilling finish this horse will surely make a superb chaser in time. You

Zapateado wins at Chepstow

The ultra consistent Trade Access Panels LTD. Sponsored Zapateado has a convincing victory at Chepstow under a very enterprising ride from Luke Morris continuing the yards good form. Also today EssGee Nics gets a solid 3rd under Nick Scholfield at Stratford. This was a good performance after his unlucky run at Newton Abbot 17 days previously. 

Lethal Blast, 3yo filly


Lethal Blast ran on three occasions last season, showing ability despite obvious greenness on debut at Windsor and then displaying blistering early speed at Wolverhampton second time out. On that occasion she led for the best part of five furlongs before tiring late on.

She has now earned a rating of 47 and the progression she has made over the winter suggests that she can make a mockery of that mark, before racking up a sequence of wins later in the year.

She is a daughter of the top-class sprinter Lethal Force, who progressed throughout his career and won the Grp-1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes and Grp-1 July Cup as a four-year-old.

He is now responsible as sire for the Grp-2 Richmond Stakes winner and Grp-1 placed Golden Horde, the Grp-2 placed Konchek, the Grp-3 placed pair Mokaatil and Would Be King, plus numerous Listed winners.

Lethal Blast is out of the Exchange Rate mare Having A Blast, who was a $180,000 purchase as a two-year-old before going on to score in conditions company in France. She also ran numerous creditable races in stakes company.

Having A Blast’s only other runner to date is the four-year-oldcolt Blast Off, who has won two races in Australia. The extended family is one of genuine quality, featuring the US Grade-1 winner Mitchell Road and the Grade-3 winner and multiple-times Grade-1 placed Breaking Lucky.

Lethal Blast is a lovely type who has excellent prospects this season and beyond. Don’t miss out on your share!

2017 filly by Mastercraftsman

Shares available in a well-related two-year-old daughter of Mastercraftsman, trained by Paul George

Cross Channel Racing is delighted to offer shares for sale in the exciting Mastercraftsman two-year-old filly Ginger Box. The recently launched syndicate offers shareholders an opportunity to experience the thrill of racehorse ownership alongside networking opportunities and access to exclusive members’ events.

Ginger Box is trained by the up and coming Devon-based Paul George, who is one of the most promising young trainers around. Despite having only taken out his licence in August 2018, Paul has quickly developed a reputation as a shrewd placer of his horses who operates at a good strike rate and gets the best out of the ammunition at his disposal.

Ginger Box is ready to run now and is displaying lots of potential at home. She is a big and classy individual, who is sure to improve vastly as she fills her frame.

She is out of the Dalakhani mare Ellbeedee, who was a €75,000 yearling that went on to auction for 220,000gns at the Tattersalls December Mare Sale in 2013 after her racing career concluded. Those heady figures are based on the fact she comes from the family of Grp-1 Irish 1,000 Guineas heroine Just The Judge, US Grade-2 winners Uncharted Haven and Ferneley and the Grp-3 St Simon Stakes heroine and Grp-1 Oaks and Coronation Cup third High Heeled.

Ellbeedee was the winner of a mile and a quarter Windsor maiden on the last of six racecourse appearances and has gone on to produce the Listed-placed Bournemouth Belle.

This appealing tail line is complemented by the outstanding quality of this young filly’s sire. Mastercraftsman was a four-time Grp-1 winner during his racing career and is now famed for the exploits of his numerous Grp-1 winning progeny such as Alpha CentauriKingston HillAmazingMaria and The Grey Gatsby. The pairing of Mastercraftsman with daughters of Dalakhani has resulted in numerous previous winners, including the Stakes-placed pair My Lord And Master andAmaranthe.

Such information only adds to the anticipation at what this promising filly might be able to achieve, whilst she also presents you with the opportunity to join an exciting and unique syndicate that is sure to develop into a major player on the racing scene. Don’t miss out!

All prize-money and proceeds from sales to be shared pro-rata among shareholders. For details of other benefits go to: crosschannelracing.com

Terms

£1000 for 5% Training fees £100 pcm

£1800 for 10% Training fees £200 pcm