Straight from the horse's mouth

by Racing News Blogger

Derek Coltman

 

23 May 2019

 

Currie in favour

Victory on Seraphinite in the British Stallion Studs EBF Fillies' Novice Stakes at Kempton last night means that Nicola Currie now occupies the tenth slot on the list of the most successful British women Flat-racing jockeys of all-time. The Lambourn-based rider, who was crowned the all-weather champion apprentice last month after another successful winter campaign, notched up her 127th victory of her career on the two-year-old Gutaifan filly, who was the 33-1 outsider in he six-furlong contest. Nicola Currie's Kempton success is her 26th winner of 2019, following her 81 winners last year, the crowning glory of which was her winning the Challenge Cup victory on Raising Sand at Ascot in October, the biggest win of her career.

 

Darn it!

John Gosden's Too Darn Hot has become a surprise entry in Saturday's Tattersalls Irish 2,000 Guineas at the Curragh. Last year's champion juvenile had to miss the Newmarket equivalent due to problems early on in the year. He was back in action at York last week in the Dante Stakes but, stepping up in trip to ten furlongs, may have been one of the reasons that he just failed to beat Telecaster. The Newmarket trainer John Gosden ruled out the Derby as the next step but the St James's Palace Stakes was stated as his next target. Now, it has now been decided to leave Too Darn Hot in the Irish Classic. Other plans will follow. Watch this space!

 

Kew next winner?

Aidan O'Brien hopes last year's St Leger hero Kew Gardens can improve on his previous experience of Epsom and provide him with a ninth victory in the Investec Coronation Cup. For this the Ballydoyle king will rely on this Galileo colt, who finished ninth in last year's Derby, after ruling out Magical from this Group One prize. After finishing down the field in the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe last time out, Kew Gardens found Morando too good when conceding 7lb on his seasonal return in the Ormonde Stakes at Chester.

 

 

Out now on Amazon... Pertemps to Dream

Kayf Aramis, by Kayf Tara, with Isobel and his dam, Ara

Kayf Aramis now competes in endurance riding with owner/breeder Isobel

Kayf Aramis

raced 85 times, including 7 wins and 31 places and won over £153,000 in prize money

A Cheltenham Festival winner and 3x winner on the flat at the York Dante Festival

 

 

 

The farmer, his family and proud owner regard the newly-born colt.

Kayf Aramis ridden by Aidan Coleman trained by Venetia Williams, led in by Haggis and Isobel, Ross & Gary. Winner Pertemps Final Cheltenham Festival 2009 Photos courtesy Grossick Photography

The Story of Kayf Aramis

Kaylina Aramis by 9-time Champion Sire Kayf Tara

Breeding Shares Available in 2019

Bred for success

Kaylina Aramis

 

Breeding Shares available for 2019! 

By Kayf Tara

  • full sister to Kayf Aramis 85 runs & over £153,000 prize money, Winner Cheltenham Festival; 3xWinner at York Dante Festival
  • full sister to Kaylif Aramis, his career very sadly cut short at a young age: 3 wins, 4 places, over £59,000 prize money, Winner Ascot grade 2; 2nd grade 3 Aintree

 

 

  

The Aramis Collection 

 

Homebred Aramis horses.

 

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The Aramis Family