Category: Syndicates and Shares
Date of Birth: 04 Apr 2015
Sire: EXCELEBRATION (IRE)
Dam: SIOUX RISING (IRE)
Dam Sire: DANETIME (IRE)
County: Dumfries and Galloway
Lets Be Lucky Racing are delighted to offer shares in the four-year-old Excelebration gelding Sioux Frontier, who is trained in Dumfries and Galloway by the increasingly influential Iain Jardine. An unexposed sort with lots more to offer, he won nicely at Musselburgh on his seasonal comeback and looks sure to provide syndicate members with a lot of excitement during the 2019 season.
Lets Be Lucky Racing is a unique family-run syndicate, which offers members a personal, hands on experience. Owners receive weekly email updates on the progress of their horses, the opportunity to visit the stables regularly and the chance to share in the thrill of a day at the races. With a proven track record thanks to the exploits of multiple winners like Newstead Abbey and Play Nicely and having been to Royal Ascot and many other major race meetings, you can be sure that you won't go far wrong with LBL!
Sioux Frontier began his career with Richard Fahey, for whom he finished second in a seven-furlong novice at Newcastle on his third career appearance as a two-year-old. Those initial efforts earned him an official rating of 69 and, following a two pound drop in the weights, he was a game winner of a 0-70 handicap over an extended mile at Hamilton last June. Sioux Frontier generally continued to run well last season, including when placing from a mark of 70 back at Hamilton, before transferring to the Iain Jardine yard following his sale at the Tattersalls Autumn Horses In Training Sale last autumn.
The trainer has developed a formidable reputation for finding stones' worth of improvement with his horses that are sourced from other yards, and his ability has been advertised at a high level by the Ebor winner Nakeeta and high-class hurdler Bedrock.
It was only going to be a matter of time before Iain got to the bottom of Sioux Frontier, whose mother was a late-maturing type that got better with age, particularly as he was operating from a favourable looking mark of 65. Predictably, on his first start of the turf season at Musselburgh in early April, and on his first try at a mile and a half, Sioux Frontier regained the winning thread with a battling success under Lewis Edmunds.
He appeared to have a little up his sleeve at the line, and the new trip has clearly helped unearth some extra improvement. That was surely just the first of many victories that he can rack up during the 2019 season; why not take a share to join in the fun?!
3 x 5 % shares available £800 up front for the 5% plus £150 per month all-inclusive of training and vet expenses.
Benefits - All prize money (less BHA expenses) paid out periodically each year (results dependent) - Each client enjoys all the same benefits regardless of share size, including owners badges, free tips, detailed weekly progress updates, pre-race advice on winning chances, LBL scarf and tie plus much more!
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