On 13th December, both Caroline’s Charm trained by Neil Mulholland and Hes No Trouble trained by Kim Bailey undertook their debut race at Warwick Racecourse.
Caroline’s Charm had his first race for the South West and Cheltenham Syndicate finishing a very creditable eighth in a competitive field. Tiring in the final furlong he showed a lot of promise with jockey Robert Dunne commenting that he showed a ‘brilliant attitude’.
Hes No Trouble trained by Kim Bailey, also made his debut race at Warwick Racecourse, in a strong looking maiden hurdle coming seventh. This six year old bay gelding is an Irish point-to-point winner who won his only start at Dromahane in Ireland at the end of April.
A race where the subsequent winner Birchdale is highly touted by Seven Barrows, he ran a very promising race jumping fluently throughout in a handy third. Both trainer, Kim Bailey and jockey were very pleased with his first run and are both were excited for more to come moving forwards.
The third horse in the South West and Cheltenham Syndicate, Diamond River has worked well on the grass gallop recently and is noted as being one of the more forward three-year-olds at Seven Barrows. Nicky has reported he is ‘looking like a smart horse for the future’.
2019 is certainly set to be an exciting season and we hope to see the South West and Cheltenham Syndicate horses at Warwick again soon.
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