Famous Colours Return to WhitsburyFebruary 12, 2013
Rhyme’n’Reason is one of the most famous horses ever to have been trained here at Whitsbury, winning the 1988 Grand National. He carried the colours of Miss Juliet Reed, who is now behind the Woodhaven Racing Syndicate. We are delighted to announce that Woodhaven Racing will be sending two two year olds to be trained here at Whitsbury. All the shares in a lovely Norse Dancer colt called Norse Legend are already sold however there are still a few available in Poetic Justice. Poetic Justice ought to be a two year old as he is by the smart two year old Byron who was responsible for siring last year’s Group One Prix De La Foret winner Gordon Lord Byron who was also second in the British Champions Sprint on British Champions Day at Ascot. He is out of Toleration who won as a two year old when trained at Whitsbury. For more details please contact us.
Kubler Racing also still have a handful of 5% shares remaining in Disko a sharp two year old by Kodiac who is on course for making an appearance in May at the races. We also have one 25% share remaining in our Capture the Moment syndicate which owns a lovely Royal Applause two year old out of the Lingfield Oaks winners Birdie called Il Paparazzi, this imposing colt covers the ground beautifully and is already doing fast work.