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Chilworth Icon wins for us at Sandown Park!

Each year we seem to have at least one winner and 2015 is no exception!  At Sandown Park on the 22nd August Chilworth Icon ran a blinder to pulverise the opposition and win by over two lengths, under Mick Channon’s stable jockey Charlie Bishop.  The handicapper will raise his mark again now, but that should put him in with a chance of an even bigger prize in one of the big sprint handicaps coming up.

A genuine, consistent sprinter, before Sandown he was just touched off in good handicaps at Ripon, Newcastle and Doncaster.  What a good horse he’s proving to be for us!

Here’s his Sandown trophy, including a framed photograph of his win.

Trophy from Sandown win

Chilworth Icon Showing Consistent Form

With his recent form figures of 3345 ‘Icon’ has been knocking on the door and hopefully it won’t be long before he wins for us.  This pic shows him racing for the line when he was third at Chester in June.



The 2015 Two-Year-Olds Book Is Now Available

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Our 2015 Season Starts Here!

Introducing our horses for 2015.  The sprinter Chilworth Icon and the two-year-old colt Breslin.  Both trained at West Ilsley by Mick Channon.
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Get Ready for the 2015 Flat Season!

Within the next few weeks we’ll be setting up our Partnership for the year.  2014 was such a successful year for us that it’ll be a tough act to follow, but we’ll try our best and I’m sure the year will be full of drama, excitement and fun days out at the races.

What a Year We’ve Had!

2014 will go down as a great year for our Partnership.  Both of our horses won and in Kickboxer we had a horse rated 101 that was placed in a listed event at Ascot on top of winning three races in his own right.  He’s a tenacious little street fighter that never gives up and, having been sold at Tattersalls for 120,000 Guineas, we wish his new owners Good Luck and look forward to seeing him racing in Dubai this winter.

KB at Doncaster

Chilworth Bells, Thirsk winner


Chilworth Bells may not have been in the same league as Kickboxer, but he still won for us at Thirsk and we got a lot of pleasure out of seeing him get his nose in front.  He’s a genuine horse that can win more races for his new connections.

Kickboxer’s wins at Haydock Park, Ripon and Leicester, along with his placings at York, Ascot and Chester, were the highlights of a profitable year for us.  So it’s a big “Well Done and Thank You” to our trainer Mick Channon and our winning jockeys – Willy Twiston-Davies, Charlie Bishop, Luke Morris and Graham Gibbons.


Kickboxer is Listed Placed At Ascot

The first race at Ascot on Saturday was a Listed event over five furlongs and it looked like being a very big ask for Kickboxer.  The Bookies had him as a 10-1 shot, but he shrugged that off with a very commendable display to finish second.

Second At Ascot






Jockey Sam Hitchcott and Kickboxer after finishing second in the Listed Rous Stakes at Ascot.

Chilworth Bells – Winner at Thirsk

Chilworth Bells, under a forceful ride from Graham Gibbons, won for us at Thirsk on the 17th September to give us our fourth win of the season.  He led for most of the way and held on despite the close attentions of three opponents.  Both of our 2014 runners have now won.

Chilworth Bells, Thirsk winner

Kickboxer Raises His Game Even Higher!

Kickboxer wins at Haydock Park

Kickboxer’s victory in the class 2, 5f race at Haydock Park on the 6th September against older horses was another eye  opener in what is turning out to be a banner year for us.  Both Channel 4 and Racing UK televised the event and Yours Truly tried his best to sound knowledgeable (a difficult task) for my interview with Nick Luck.

Kickboxer won by two lengths and trainer Mick Channon was full of praise for the horse.

“What a star he’s become. He’s so tough, so game and so honest that you can’t say enough about him. I put him into the syndicate at the start of the year because he’s the type of horse that would be running plenty and would give them a lot of fun.  Now he’s turned in to a genuine Saturday horse and I couldn’t be happier although I wouldn’t have predicted he’d improve as much as he has. He’s run away from the likes of Borderlescott and Inxile off a mark of 93 and there’s no doubting his ability now. More than anything it’s his courage that makes things happen for him. He goes in any ground and always tries his best and although he’s not the biggest, he’s got a massive heart. I couldn’t speak any higher of him. We had him out in the paddock yesterday and he was so lively we had to bring him in before he did some harm to himself! He’s a super little lad and a pleasure to train.”



A Good Weekend With Our Horses

Chilworth Bells ran a close second in his race at Catterick on Friday the 15th August.  Ridden by Joe Fanning, he showed enough to suggest he’ll win a race for us this season, perhaps once he steps up to a mile.  Kickboxer ran in a valuable class 2 handicap at Newmarket and equipped himself well, finishing 6th of the 12 runners.


Catterick 15th Aug 2014