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Current Horses in Training

  • Amalfi Bay

    Amalfi Bay

    3yo Lope De Vega ex Affinity bay gelding. Trained by Roger Charlton.

    This attractive and well made gelding is out of Club mare and former middle-distance winner, Affinity, the dam of four-time winner, Zest, who was also twice placed in Listed races. Affinity's other foals include the dual winner Harmonica, also a broodmare in the Club's breeding programme. Roger Charlton was pleased with Amalfi Bay's progress at two years, and he should have learned plenty from his racecourse debut in the summer of 2020. By the smart stallion Lope De Vega, he has the physique to suggest he should make up into a nice three-year-old.

  • Citrus Grove

    Citrus Grove

    2yo b f - Oasis Dream ex Zest Trained by James Fanshawe.

    Foaled at Mount Coote on 11 March 2019, the Club's homebred Oasis Dream ex Zest filly moved to Newmarket in the autumn of 2020, to join the string of leading trainer James Fanshawe. Oasis Dream was a champion sprinter in the early 2000s and quickly made a successful start to his stallion career, siring high-class sprinters and middle-distance horses alike. Hopefully, the cross between Oasis Dream and Club winner Zest (who was trained by James Fanshawe) will help this filly to develop into a nice two-year-old in the second half of 2021, with the scope to progress at three years and beyond.

  • Constancio


    8yo b g - Authorized ex Senora Galilei Trained by Donald McCain.

    Constancio was bought at Tattersalls' July Sale in 2018 due to his excellent form on the Flat. After finishing second in his first three hurdle runs, Constancio won his first race over timber at Doncaster in January 2019. Later in the year, Constancio added another hurdles win at Stratford. Constancio won for the third time in Club colours at Plumpton, in October 2020, and followed that with a close second in a decent handicap hurdle at Huntingdon. Currently on a break to avoid the winter ground, we look forward to seeing him back on the racecourse in the spring.

  • Glenister


    2yo b c - Gleneagles ex Sistine Trained by Sir Mark Prescott.

    Foaled at Oak Lodge on 15 March 2019, Glenister has developed into a fine two-year-old, and entered training at the highly successful Heath House Stables in Newmarket, from where Sir Mark Prescott has trained since 1970. By the dual 2,000 Guineas winner Gleneagles, this attractive juvenile colt is out of the late Sistine, who was a Club winner on the Flat before joining the breeding programme. She has foaled three winners from three foals to race to date, including Mon Frere, a dual winner on the Flat, who will be going hurdling with Paul Nicholls this season, and Viola, a progressive, winning filly in training with James Fanshawe.

  • Judicial


    9yo b g - Iffraaj ex Marlinka. Trained by Julie Camacho.

    Judicial has won more races than any other Club horse in the history of Elite Racing Club. His record-breaking 13th win came in the Listed Beverley Bullet Sprint in August 2019, at Beverley racecourse, where he is unbeaten in three starts and a course record-holder. In 2020, Judicial returned to action firing on all cylinders. A fine staying-on second in the Group 3 Palace House Stakes at Newmarket on his seasonal debut, he was then the comfortable winner of the Group 3 Chipchase Stakes at Newcastle's Northumberland Plate meeting. Six weeks later, he added a 16th career win to his tally when landing the Listed Queensferry Stakes at Chester. We hope that further high-class winning opportunities for this talented and evergreen sprinter will follow in 2021.

  • Lisheen Castle

    Lisheen Castle

    6yo b g - Most Improved ex Mafaaza. Trained by Emma Lavelle.

    Lisheen Castle was gelded soon after he was bought from Tattersalls' July Sale, following some impressive form on the Flat for John Quinn. Lisheen Castle was a promising winner on his Club and hurdling debut at Wetherby in January 2019, where he created a really good impression. A number of injuries prevented Lisheen Castle from running in the 2019/20 season, but he recently returned to full training with Emma Lavelle, and returned to action in February. Hopes are high that he can build on his run in the coming months.

  • Maurice Dancer

    Maurice Dancer

    4yo b g - Kodiac ex Kind Of Hush Trained by Julie Camacho.

    This gelding is a first foal out of Club homebred, Kind Of Hush, who is a half-sister to two other fillies who have been placed in Listed company. Maurice Dancer's second dam is the Sadler's Wells-sired Affinity, a half-sister to the five-time Group 1 winner, Soviet Song. Maurice Dancer won at two years towards the end of 2019, and ran with promise the following season. Hopes are high that he can his head in front this season, after two encouraging runs on the all-weather in early 2021.

  • Mon Frere

    Mon Frere

    5yo b g - Pour Moi ex Sistine Trained by Paul Nicholls.

    When in the hands of Sir Mark Prescott, Mon Frere progressed in handicaps over middle-distances and further in 2019, winning twice. Although more was expected to come, Mon Frere's campaign was cut short by injury. Following a successful convalescence period at our EquiPrep facility in Wiltshire, Mon Frere entered training with eleven-time champion trainer Paul Nicholls earlier this season and it is hoped that he should make his hurdling debut this spring.

  • Oh So Quiet

    Oh So Quiet

    3yo b f - Dutch Art ex Kind Of Hush. Trained by Julie Camacho.

    This sweet filly by the very good stallion, Dutch Art, has shown promise on the Malton gallops for her trainer, Julie Camacho. Building on her racing debut last season, she was a green but encouraging fourth on her first run of 2021, in a fillies' novice stakes at Newcastle in February 2021. Julie and the team at Star Cottage have already tasted success with the family; Oh So Quiet's elder half-brother, Maurice Dancer, was a two-year-old winner in 2019.

  • Sarsen


    3yo gr g - Noble Mission ex Kelley Marie. Trained by Alan King.

    Sarsen is a very good-looking grey gelding by Frankel's full-brother, Noble Mission, who was a multiple Group 1 winner himself; his top-flight successes included the Champion Stakes at Ascot in 2014. From a family stacked full of winners in the United States, Sarsen's easy way of going and athleticism really caught the eye of our buying team at the breeze up sales in the summer of 2020. It's hoped that Sarsen will run on the Flat this year, before switching to juvenile hurdle races in the autumn.

  • Tulin


    4yo b g - Gleneagles ex Talawat. Trained by Paul Nicholls.

    Tulin has had two runs in the provinces in France and won his second start well, having shown promise on his debut. Tulin is by Gleneagles, who was a top-class racehorse for the powerful Ballydoyle team and has already produced a number of highly promising individuals from his first two crops. Tulin is from an excellent family, which includes the top-class Zoffany. Tulin’s year younger half-brother, No Recollection, is well regarded by Alan King and showed great encouragement to win at two in 2020. Tulin made a winning debut in the Club's famous white and black colours when winning a maiden hurdle at Taunton by five lengths in March 2021. It's hoped that he can build upon this promising performance before the season's end.

  • Viola


    4yo ch f - Lope De Vega ex Sistine Trained by James Fanshawe.

    This winning filly is a half-sister to the Listed-placed Dark Acclaim, by the leading stallion, Lope De Vega, whose progeny have had some excellent results in recent seasons. Viola is a half-sister to the dual winner Mon Frere, and she has improved in each of her runs to date. She went close on her handicap debut when beaten a head in a fillies' race at Lingfield in the summer of 2020, and went one better a month later, again at Lingfield. A late-maturing filly, we hope Viola can improve again in 2021.

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    Club Mares

  • Affinity

    Sadler's Wells - Kalinka

  • Canasta

    Charm Spirit - Morzine

  • Harmonica

    Pivotal - Affinity

  • Kind Of Hush

    Marju - Affinity

  • Loretta

    Iffraaj - Marlinka

  • Madison

    Mastercraftsman - Kalinova

  • Marseille

    Excelebration - Marlinka

  • Roubles

    Speightstown - Soviet Song

  • Shining Sea

    Sea The Stars - Shamwari Lodge

  • Tribute Act

    Exceed And Excel - Sister Act

  • Zest

    Duke Of Marmalade - Affinity

  • Club Yearlings

  • 2020 Dandy Man filly ex Sistine

    Dandy Man - Sistine

  • 2020 Farhh filly ex Affinity

    Farhh - Affinity

  • 2020 Lope De Vega colt ex Tribute Act

    Lope De Vega - Tribute Act

  • 2020 Mayson filly ex Roubles

    Mayson - Roubles

  • 2020 Sea The Moon filly ex Kind Of Hush

    Sea The Moon - Kind Of Hush

  • 2020 Tamayuz colt ex Harmonica

    Tamayuz - Harmonica

  • 2020 Zoffany filly ex Madison

    Zoffany - Madison

  • Club Foals

  • 2021 Cable Bay ex Roubles colt

    Cable Bay - Roubles

  • 2021 Churchill ex Madison colt

    Churchill - Madison

  • 2021 New Approach ex Tribute Act filly

    New Approach - Tribute Act

  • 2021 Pivotal ex Marseille colt

    Pivotal - Marseille

  • 2021 Sea The Moon ex Harmonica colt

    Sea The Moon - Harmonica