Wendigo holds the accolade for being the first RC Syndicate winner, having won impressively on just his second start under rules. He has since won again next time out at Catterick, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for this exciting two-time bumper winner.
Dunstan is an exciting 3YO colt who has won his last three races, as well as finishing runner-up in four of his other races, in what has been a highly promising start to his career. Stepping up in trip to one-and-a-half miles seems to have been the making of him, having won all three races since going up in trip, and he still looks to be improving with each run.
Greycee Bell made a promising start to her career when making her debut at Lingfield in early November, recording the highest top speed in the race (42.1mph). She has since found it tough in a couple of higher class races, but will now race off a low handicap mark that we’ll hopeful she’ll be able to exploit.
Farceur Du Large has already won the two biggest races in the military racing calendar, having romped to victory in the Grand Military Gold Cup in January, before following up with another authoritative display in the Royal Artillery Gold Cup in February. The 9 year old gelding is now a five-time winner and master trainer Jamie Snowden is targeting some big races in his future, with the horse holding entries at Cheltenham Festival and the Midlands Grand National.
Letmelivemylife is already a five-time winner and made an extremely pleasing stable debut when finishing within a length and a half of the winner, despite repeatedly having his path blocked when making his run. His most recent run was another excellent effort, finishing a 1 1/2 length fifth when stepping back up in class. We’re confident he will be back in the winners enclosure soon enough.