Straight from the horse's mouth

by Racing News Blogger

Derek Coltman

 

17 June 2019

 

The Thousand Club

Paul Mulrennan, who began his riding career in the year 2000, rode the Michael Dods-trained

Camacho Chief to victory in the Lakeside Village Outlet Shopping Doncaster Handicap and, thereby, became the latest jockey to make the 1,000-winner mark. The 32-year-old Noth Yorkshire-based jockey enjoyed a flying start to the week after notching up a winner at Leicester on Monday and a double at Carlisle on Tuesday. He then scored his 999th goal at Hamilton the following day. He almost made the 1000 when narrowly beaten in a race at York on Saturday.

 

Worth her weight in ... ?

Carol Bartley notched up a second victory in the Queen Mother's Cup at York, a race for lady jockeys, this time aboard Arctic Fox. The East Ayrshire-based rider first tasted success on the Jim Goldie-trained Nanton in 2013 and clearly benefited from this experience. Traditionally the winning jockey gets her weight in champagne as a special prize – so it must the one occasion when the winner wants to see the needle on the scales move rapidly to the right when she jumps on the scales!

 

A Double for Charlie

At Chantilly yesterday Al Hilalee and Vintager provided Charlie Appleby with a Group race double. Having finished third in the Listed Fairway Stakes at Newmarket last time out, Al Hilalee was the 15-8 favourite for the Group Two Prix Hocquart and was soon dominating the race in the hands of James Doyle. There was a few anxious moments when it looked like the Ambivalent colt would be denied victory when Soft Light galloped up from the rear but Al Hilalee clung on by a neck. The Godolphin trainer now has a few important days ahead. Last year's Derby winner, Masar, leads his Royal Ascot team, with Barney Boy and Mythical Magic lining up in the first race of the day tomorrow, the Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes.

 

 

 

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