5 wins 9 places £164,343
Inxile is a Fayruz half brother to Tax Free. He made a winning debut in a 5f maiden at Haydock, this was his only start as a two-year-old. He won again as a three year old in a 5f Listed race in Deauville and twice at four in the Woodlands stakes (Listed) and the Naas Sprint Stakes (Listed). He also made a winning debute to his five-year-old-career when taking the Camidge (Listed)
Inxile has been second in the Prix du Meaurty (Group 3) and the Scurry Stakes (Listed) at Sandown. He has also been third in the Sapphire Stakes, the Audi Stakes - both Group 3 and the Prix de Saint-Georges again Group 3 (which he won but was demoated in the stewards room).
6 wins 16 places £252,932
Masta Plasta came to us at the end of his three-year-old career after winning the Norfolk Stakes as a two-year-old when Royal Ascot moved to York.
Masta Plasta seems to have re-gained his old form this year winning the 5f Scottish Stewards Cup and the prestigious Rockingham Handicap at the Curragh. He has also performed well in black type races winning the Prix de Bonneval (Listed), coming second in the Audi Stakes (Group 3) at Goodwood, the Flying Five (Group 3) at the Curragh and the Prix Hamton Listed (twice). He has also been third in the Sprint Stakes (Group 3) at Sandown and in the Mercury Stakes (Listed) at Dundalk.
3 wins 5 places £82,572
Mister Manannan broke his maiden at the second time of asking when winning by 7 lengths in a Pontefract Maiden.
He has progressed into a smart performer coming second in the Molecomb (Group 3) at Goodwood and the Listed Roses Stakes at York. He was also third in the Flying Childers (Group 2) at Doncaster before rounding the season off with a 3 and a half length vicotry in the Listed Rosebery Stakes at the Ayr Western meeting.
He made a winning debute as a three-year-old when taking the listed Prix Sigy at Chantilly and was third latedr on in the season in another Listed race this time at Haydock.
He is ultra tough and looks to have a bright future.
10 wins 7 places £594,079
The well bred Regal Parade was bought by David at the Horse In Training sales at the back end of his three-year-old career for a mere £16,000 after making £430,000 as a yearling.
After being unraced at two-years-old Regal Parade won his first three starts for his previous trainer then seem to stuggle in better company. He was second three times for us in his first season including in the Thirsk Hunt Cup before winning the Buckingham Palace Stakes (Handicap) at Royal Ascot - only our second winner at the Royal meeting. He was then third in the Bunbury Cup before becoming our fifth winner of the Ayr Gold Cup, a race his owners have always wanted to win.
As a five year old Regal went on to perform and win at top level. He won three times at five years. He won a conditions race over 7f at York before going on to win the Listed City Plate at Chester. He was then 3rd in the Group 2 Lennox Stakes and 2nd in the Group 2 Hungerford Stakes before finishing the year by winning the Group 1 Haydock Park Sprint Cup over 6f
At six he managed to win the Group 3 Hackwood Stakes at Newbury before going on to win the Group 1 Prix Maurice De Gheest at Deauville. He then returned to France later in year to finish 4th in the Prix De La Foret to wonder mare Goldikova. A tough horse who should enjoy more success at the top.
14 wins 14 places £512,493
Tax Free came to David after being unsold at Doncaster Breeze-Up Sales and what a star he has proved to be. Unraced at 2, he broke his maiden at the first time of asking at Thirsk over 7f. He went on to win another 3 races that season - all handicaps at 6f and 7f only being beaten once.
He started his 4 year old career by coming third to Dandy Man in the Group 3 Palace House and then third to Moss Vale at Chantilly in the Group 2 Prix Du Gros-Chene. He finished the season by breaking two track records - Leicester and Goodwood in the Starlit Stakes (Listed) over 5f and 6f respectivley. He has also won the Prix du Gros-Chene (Group 2), the Place House Stakes (Group 3), the Prix du Petit Couvert (Group 3), the Sapphire Stakes (Group 3). the Naas Sprint Stakes (twice) (Listed) and the Abernant (Listed).
He has now won a group race in Britain, France and Ireland, a tough gritty horse who is a pleasure to be involved with.