7th January - Chepstow

07-January-2019 6:46
in General
by Admin

Two runners today at Chepstow.

1.40pm Sevarano runs in a maiden hurdle over 2m.
If you had had told me Steve would still be a maiden over hurdles at this time of year I wouldn’t have believed you. 
He has bumped into a couple of nice horses in his two hurdle starts to date, particularly at Sandown.
At Newbury on his last run Lash said Sevarano could hear the two horses behind him up the run in and he was always just pulling out enough to hold them, the winner flew in the last furlong, Steve wasn’t aware of him coming and he was mugged on the line....it happens, well done to the Pauling’s, they thought the winner was a nice horse and he has since gone on to win again so it wasn’t a fluke.

Steve is a a horse with plenty of talent, he’s usually a good jumper of his hurdles and he will be an even better chaser.

Steve is an easy horse to deal with and Erin absolutely adores him.

2.40pm Tarada runs in a novice hurdle over 2m 3f.
Tarada surprised me at Carlisle on his first outing in a bumper when he was only just beaten by the favourite. 
Although I liked him as an individual at home I didn’t think he would be streetwise enough to perform so professionally first time out, as you know there is always a lot of improvement in my bumper horses.

Tarada has continued to please me at home and his schooling has always been good, he is your typical Trevor Hemmings horse in that he looks like a nice staying chaser in the making.

Tarada is a very big good looking horse from a good family, he’s easy to deal with and good to ride.

They will be ridden by Aidan Coleman.

Sevarano is looked after, will be led up and is ridden at home by Erin Pringle.
Tarada is looked after, will be led up and is ridden at home by Quinten Leceour.