Bought at Tattersalls October Yearling 2016 sale this stunning son of Casamento is half-brother to two Black type horses Just An Idea & Staisenzapenzieri. Both horses have proved themselves to be racy 2yo types. His half-brother, Just An Idea, 3rd in the Dragon Listed Stakes at Sandown, stayed in training as a 3yo with Harry and won his first start of the 2017 season.
The dam EMRELIYA is from a truly wonderful Aga Khan family with every generation packed with Black Type winners. Emreliya herself was unraced but has produced two runners to date both Black type horses. The family includes Ebadiyla, Champion 3yo filly in Ireland as well as The Queen’s homebred filly Estimate winner of the Ascot Gold Cup.
CASAMENTO is by European Champion juvenile Shamardal, also the sire of Lope de Vega. He won the Racing Post Trophy Group 1 and Beresford Group 2 in great style. His first crop of 2yos are tough progressive winners including Noivado, Kings Gift and impressive debutant scorer Glastonbury Song (entered for the Irish 2,000gs).
10 shares @ £3,500+VAT purchase + £3,000 training fees all inc one off cost.
A unique colt with enormous potential for next year – could he be Just Another Idea!!
BATAKA impressed with her first run under Josephine Gordon at Salisbury and is certainly one to watch
MISS TIGER LILY also brings home a third at Salisbury in her Handicap continuing her latest impressive for
MAYSON bay filly
50% for sale of a well bred filly Lot 34 who we bought at the Premier Doncaster yearling sale for £18,000 she is by the first season sire Mayson and she is a sister to a good filly called Groupie who has won 2 starts this year and could be destined for some black type races later in the season.
The cost for 50% is £9,000 and her Breeder John Troy has retained the other 50% he is very happy for whoever buys the other half the filly can run in the new owners colours.
RUM SIZZLE (4yo) set the trend and ran out a short head winner at Bath under an inspiring ride by jockey Adam Kirby. The filly is co-owned with Nigel & Jane Bennett and Jon Angell and his family and was the first winner in Nigel’s colours. There couldn’t have been a more popular winner in the yard! BRITTLETON (4yo) took a short trip to Newbury where he was ridden by James Doyle and finished a gallant 3rd after his win the previous week at Doncaster under New Zealand jockey James McDonald.
beaten by two horses carrying 18lbs less in weight. He then went to Doncaster where he was given a masterful ride by Kiwi super star jockey James Macdonald to win going away. A wonderful sight for his owners Sir Philip Wroughton & Mrs Deodata Blyth Currie. FLAMBEUSE (5yo) was very unlucky at Salisbury when making a winning mover when she received bad interference from the eventual winner and finished 4th
not beaten very far. Two weeks later she returned to Salisbury winning over 1m6f leading from pillar to post. A gutsy performance from this handsome daughter of Cape Cross owned by Glanvilles Stud. Not to be left out LULANI (4yo) returned to winning ways at Sandown. It was lovely to see the distinctive green & white colours of Mrs Deodata Blyth Currie flash first past the winning post.