We will know look for something on the turf for him. It has been a busy month for us, with some great results. The New Year got of to a very encouaging start with. is fine and heads to Warwick next week. That's less than £1 a day for a whole year for a couple!! Our other old boy, GRAMS AND OUNCES is enjoying a well earned break, out in the field, along with our sprinting queen BUNGEE JUMP, I cannot wait to see what next season holds for her. Fingers crossed for another good week! She will have a well earned break and will be back soon. The day got even better a few hours later as Faint Hope made it a double on the day for the yard with a 1 1/2 length win at Kempton under Liam Heard in a 2m 5f Handicap Hurdle to make it another memorable day for the yard. Field Exhibition was running a super race in a Newbury listed event when unluckily unseating Ben Jones at the last and losing out on some 'black type'. I will always have an extra soft spot for this horse, as he was my first runner as a licensed trainer, and has been such a great servant for us. We got up this morning to the sight of snow as you can see below. form. Please contact me for details. HAPPY NEW YEAR to everyone, even if it is a little late! Mabo wins again on the flat, Racing Club horse Karakoram wins at Ludlow, Searching wins at Exeter and then along with Field Exhibition gave GHR our first ever NH double 5 days later. To everyone involved in racing - stay healthy. Contact me or Club Manager Martin if you have any questions. Almost 11 weeks after racing in the UK was suspended, we welcome the resumption in June. Air of York ran another good race at Wolverhampton running on well again to take 4th and The Garrison running better than his 5th place would suggest at Taunton. We then headed to our local track Chepstow on Saturday, with one runner, Paddy the Oscar, at the grand age of 14 looked incredible, his skin is like silk, he went and won Chrissy a £100 best turned out, in the race he took off very exuberantly at the front, and jumped impeccable, and sadly just bumped in to a horse on the up, 8 years his junior too, but he ran extremely well on his return from his summer break to finish 2nd, he is another horse that makes my job such a joy, as he has the biggest heart, and just adores racing. Our Racing Club had another winner at Chepstow on 13 July as, memorable day for our Head Girl Christina Berry on 6 July 2018 as she had her first win in the charity race at Newton Abbot under our new Club Horse. We are very happy with her and will start her off in novice hurdles over the summer. With Christmas fast approaching, we have several gift ideas, ranging from as little as £70, for OWNER FOR THE DAY, to the racing club starting at £299,to SHARES in horses, or SOLE OWNERSHIP if you wanted to spoil a certain someone or yourself! After a late jockey change to Theodore Ladd, she bounced out the stalls and made virtually all to win again. Bungee Jump was nominated for 'Best Flat Horse' - Scobie and Candy Davies were nominated for 'Owner of the Year'. I said last month we 'couldn't wait' to see her back on turf and I hope some of you took the hint and backed her at 33/1. We have increased the number of Club horses to three with Berry Du Carjac added to Maguire's Glen and Living Leader. Mooroverthebridge, having her first start back after a six month break, finished 4th of 16 at Windsor at 66/1 beaten only 1 3/4 lengths. o I’ve been a bit slow on the latest blog, but I would like to wish everyone a happy, healthy and successful new year. Our Racing Club had another winner at Chepstow on 13 July as Living Leader gets a well deserved win after a few near misses when staying on in good style under Hollie Doyle over the straight mile at our local track. Anyway I will try not to leave the blog update so long next time!! Hopefully the picture will become clearer when the Government issue an update on the 'lockdown' on or around. Once again I do need to say how much I appreciate and thank our Owners for their support and their patience. Maguire's Glen the top pictured with Living Leader below. A much used cliche in sport is "it's not about winning, it's the taking part"....well I'm not sure I buy into that personally, but to have a horse good enough to qualify and run in the Ayr Gold Cup is amazing. Finally, as we all know Christmas is fast approaching, we are making calendars of all the horses here, so if you are looking for a present for a racing fan, please email me and we can order you one. He will give Club members some really fun days out in the coming months and ran an excellent race to be third in a very good race on 1st September. Our Racing club horse Maguire's Glen has been schooling over fences where he jumped very well, we look forward to seeing him going chasing in the next few weeks whilst our other Racing Club horse Living Leader has an entry at Kempton next week. It was an unlucky 13 for Grace Harris Racing in November. At Kempton, the draw was not in our favour at all with either runner, Doctor Bong broke absolutely brilliantly but had to use to much gas up early on, and then got heavily bumped at the 2f pole, he was so badly hampered that Luke had to check him and stop riding but I’m pleased to report he is absolutely fine this morning. We have a few horses for sale, which can be split in to shares, so please don't be afraid to give me a ring for a chat to see what is available. filled 2018. promising novice hurdler, Faint Hope, ran a lovely race to also finish We wondered if we had seen the best of Living Leader after a disappointing run last time out but he dispels these thoughts with yesterday's win. Bungee Jump went to Bath and led all the way but just got closed down at the end by Mick Channon's improving 3yo and finished 2nd at 25/1. However, we have had a good time of late with Grams And Ounces getting his head back in front at Ffos Las last month, travelling strongly and staying on well. I have 1 share left in MOOROVERTHEBRIDGE who I am very excited about so please do not hesitate to contact me about her should you be interested! It's mixed emotions, I'm so sad dear Grams won't be racing again but I'm so pleased he has finished this chapter of his career healthy and sound. Stable staff are the unsung heros of our job, and I think they deserve more respect than anyone, as they devote there lives to looking after all of our horses. So it has been a while since my last blog so I do apologise about this!! The evergreen veteran PADDY THE OSCAR is in full swing, and ready for the season ahead, he will aim to go to Warwick on the 13th December, for his first race of the season, at 15 years old, he just amazes me with how much love he has for the game, he is always neighing and pawing the ground to get tacked up first, to get out on the gallops. It was lovely to see so many of our Owners and friends there supporting GHR. Please keep monitoring the GHR facebook page for latest news, details of runners and photos of your favourite horses. We had 70 runners in NH races, 32 got in the first 4, a 45.7 percentage. We were then due to have Faint Hope running at Ffos Las on Saturday, but due to Storm Brian and heavy rain, we pulled him out due to it being only his 3rd race of his career and first this season we did not want to bottom him on heavy ground. Our other star Grams And Ounces ran a creditable second at Towcester on unsuitable ground due to it raining the whole day. Again apologies for such a slow update on here, the weeks seem to fly by so quickly, I cannot believe it is nearly December. Stable star Bungee Jump gave us all a fantastic thrill and while it wasn't Bungee's day what a wonderful mare she is. We had a nice end to the season with Maguire's Glen winning at Ffos Las over fences for the first time of asking after 9 months in the yard. Thank you to everyone associated with GHR for helping us through these difficult times....particularly my Mum for the support you continually give me and your expertise in filling out all these new forms to comply with the BHA's protocols!! View results and future entries as well as statistics by course, race type and prize money. Living Leader is entered in the Chepstow 5.50 on Friday with Berry De Carjac entered in the Salisbury 7.45 on Saturday night. racing soon. We have a stable visit for our Racing Club members on Saturday morning 28 July at 9.15am. We still have a 25% share in her, if interested, please get in touch with me as soon as possible. We had a busy week last week with some good results, firstly we had the brave veteran, Paddy the Oscar, at Exeter on Wednesday, where he was trying to get 2 wins in 7 days, unfortunately, we were just defeated by 3/4 of a length, to finish 2nd after a gruelling, testing, 3 miles, where only 3 of the 11 runners completed. Whether racing could have continued behind closed doors has been a discussion point since the decision was taken. However, we are still in front with prize money on last years totals, which as a team continuing to try and grow and improve we are going the right way. On other news i went to Doncaster Sales last week, and although it was a very competitive sale I did manage to purchase a lovely chestnut mare called Asking A Lot, for Sue Maine. If interested in joining the Club please contact me or see the Club website www.graceharrisracingclub.co.uk. It was with a heavy heart the decision has been taken to retire stable star and everyone's favourite Grams and Ounces. please contact me on 07912359425. A number of runners on the flat and although no winners several horses, Mabo, Port Noir, Just Glamorous, Bungee Jump and Mooroverthebridge ran with real credit getting placed without getting their head in front. I've been very fortunate with the Owners I have during these challenging times, so once again I give you my thanks for your support. Grace Harris became the youngest dual purpose, Flat and National Hunt, race horse trainer in the UK after being granted her licence by the BHA in February 2014. We started off with our filly Mooroverthebridge, winning a 0-60 sprint handicap at Bath under Oshin Murphy in very nice fashion, and then on the same day we had Faint Hope running who went on to win a 0-120 handicap hurdle at kempton, his first start in handicap company. It has made me want to pursue my dream even more in the hope of training a Cheltenham Festival Winner. there winter break, and they are all looking great, albeit a little fat He broke well and led to inside the final furlong before being headed but then battling back for a head victory. One day! Would you like to get involved in horse racing whether as a Race Horse Owner for the Day, or shared or full ownership then see our National Hunt and Flat Race Horses for Sale page. Well it's been a busy and slightly frustrating week here at GHR. Our horses seem to be running to form, and are knocking on the door, with some big priced place horses, which cheered some of my owners up! took a disliking to the track and was pressed for the lead which didn’t We held our latest Racing Club stable visit on 28 July when members came along to see the Club horses plus horses from the yard on the gallops. I have 1 share left in. Grace, together with her team, has many years' experience working with some of the top racehorse trainers in England, Wales and Ireland. Mooroverthebridge then headed to Salisbury a week later in the shadwell apprentice sprint handicap. The yard is surrounded by 450 acres of grassland and private tracks, which means our horses are constantly seeing different scenery and keeping their minds active, something that in our minds is a must for racehorses. Her training philosophy is to provide a tailored regime for each race horse, whether Flat or National Hunt horse racing, in order to ensure that they can perform to the best of their ability.
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