Things got off to a very good start on Saturday afternoon when SAINT LAWRENCE stormed to victory in the Listed Denford Stakes at Newbury.
On what would have been Shergar Cup day, Varian Stable was the day's winning team claiming victory in four of the eight races on the card.
A couple of nice three-year-old fillies broke their maiden this week to bring the yard's seasonal tally to 51.
We regret to announce that Group 1 winner Defoe suffered a fatal injury on the gallops this morning
On her first start over 1m4f Believe In Love doubled her winning tally with an impressive two length victory in the fillies' handicap on day one of the Glorious Goodwood meeting.
The beautifully bred Zabeel Queen got things started at Ascot where she provided the first half of a double for her owner/breeder Sheikh Mohammed Obaid. She is by Frankel out of Dubai Queen, a winning half-sister to Dubawi who has produced three indi
We regret to announce that five-time winner Mountain Angel suffered a fatal injury on the gallops this morning.
Zegalo doubled his winning tally on Tuesday with a commanding success at Sandown Park. He was smartly away from stall 3 and secured a lovely position just in behind the leaders on the running rail.
She made a pleasing seasonal debut on 13th June, finishing second in the Listed Abingdon Stakes over 1m2f at Newbury and she went to Haydock where we were hopeful the soft ground would be to her liking. Unfortunately she was a little too keen in the
The Varian Stable team descended on Leicester on Friday with two live chances and both horses came away winners to take the season total to 41.
If there was ever a horse that deserved to win a race it would be Rideson. Until today she had finished second six times and third once in seven starts. Once again the market favoured her chances in the mile maiden at Bath and she won in good style under Andrea Atzeni.
Establish came of age at Newmarket on Saturday where he recorded his second success in as many starts in the mile Class 2 Handicap under David Egan.
Limited shares are now available in this striking daughter of Fast Company
A £40,000 purchase from the Goffs Orby Sale, this filly is related to five winners from five runners. Her three-year-old half-sister, New York Girl, won the G3 Weld Park Stakes and finished 4th in the Irish 1000 Guineas. She is a well-made, precocious looking filly who is likely to make up into a summer two-year-old in 2021.