After second-place finishes in the last fortnight from Heavey at Perth and Man of the Sea at Lingfield, it was great to see the yard back in the winners’ enclosure on Sunday when Caroline's Charm passed the post in front at Plumpton. He was brought into the yard by the Jockey Club South West Racecourses Syndicate, but when their two-year ownership period completed, he was taken over by The Affordable Partnership and it was great to see him deliver a win for his new owners.
The Neil Mulholland Racing Club horse, Doing Fine, returns to action at Warwick tomorrow (Tuesday 22nd September). Having won last time out, club members will be hoping that Doing Fine can run another good race and maybe even deliver another win.
Whilst Doing Fine was described as the Neil Mulholland Racing Club horse in the previous paragraph, he accurately should have been described as “one of” the Neil Mulholland Racing Club horses! We were delighted to report to club members recently that The Weasel had been moved into the ownership of the club, alongside Doing Fine.
The Weasel is a six-year-old gelding who placed 4th in a national hunt flat race at Ffos Las last December. He is in training and he should be ready to race in October or November when he will initially compete in novice hurdles this jumps season. Doing Fine is best on a decent surface, so he will have a break to freshen him up when we start to get winter ground and hopefully The Weasel will be able to slot straight in to ensure that members have continued racing while Doing Fine is having a break.
Membership of the racing club is £150 per month and benefits include regular communications on the progress of the club horses, chances to visit the stables, badges when the horses run, and a share of prize money won. See the racing club webpage (http://www.neilmulhollandracing.com/ownership/racing-club/) for more details.