Five To Follow Horses List


Choose FIVE Adlestrop horses per entry from the list of horses below to earn as many points as you can throughout the season.

Once you have made your selections, please email them over to us  at or you can fill out this FORM and send by post to:

Adlestrop Stables, Adlestrop, Moreton in Marsh, GL56 0YN

Each entry is £5, (you can make as many entries as you like) and payment can be made via Paypal at this link or by cash or cheque payable to ‘Richard Phillips’.  Full details of the competition and the results table can be found here:  5 TO FOLLOW COMPETITION

2020 bay filly by Jack Hobbs

ex Hitherjacques Lady (Ire) (Robin Des Champs (Fr))

Mr R Stanley & North Farm Stud

Beechwoodpark Lady is an attractive three-year-old filly out of a winning bumper mare and by promising jumps stallion Jack Hobbs.  She moves well and is maturing all the time.  Hopefully she will be ready to run in a bumper in the spring.

2016 chesnut mare by Black Sam Bellamy
ex Just Missie (Alflora (Ire))

Mr Dave Redfern


Elfride has taken time to mature but rewarded her owners with an excellent victory at Uttoxeter in May.  She has plenty of stamina and likes cut in the ground.  Hopefully she will continue to be competitive off her handicap mark.

2011 bay gelding by Kayf Tara
ex What a Vintage (Ire) (Un Desperado (Fr))

The Someday’s Here Racing Partnership


Iron Horse has been a great servant for the yard and ran well over  hurdles last winter before coming down when looking to be in the frame in a chase at Chepstow.  He certainly appears to retain plenty of ability and is off a nice handicap mark at present.

2015 bay mare by Kyllachy
ex Espagnolette (Oasis Dream)

Mrs E. Roberts


Koshi has come to us having raced in Jersey for the last few seasons.  We are at present schooling her over jumps and she appears to very much enjoy jumping and is due to go hurdling.  She may well also run on the flat. 

2014 bay gelding by Stowaway

ex Aine Dubh (Ire) (Bob Back (USA))


The C Level Partnership


Lesser is a very talented horse who has been off for a while with a leg injury.  He appears to be in good form at home now and has the option of going both hurdling and chasing this season.  Unbeaten, he looks to still possess plenty of ability. 

2019 bay gelding by Youmzain (Ire)

ex On Her Own (Ire) (Flemensfirth (USA))


Mr Edward Ware


Little Big Kev showed promise on his point-to-point debut in Ireland finishing an excellent second.  He has strengthened for a summer break and looks to be a horse of great promise.  He will start off in bumpers before a hurdling campaign.

2017 bay mare by Kingston Hill

ex Mayolynn (USA) (Johannesburg)


The Cavallo Syndicate


Lizzie Rey pleased us on her bumper debut at Southwell and the form appears to have worked out well.  She will go hurdling this autumn and looks the type to appreciate two and a half miles plus.  She jumps well and is a half-sister to the very talented dual-bumper winner Pop Mistress.

2016 bay mare by Champs Elysees
ex Ommadawn (Ire) (Montjeu)

The Zara Syndicate


Mattie Ross won a bumper and was placed in a novice hurdle for us, however she missed last season due to injury.  We look forward to her return over hurdles this season and she will be aimed at 2 ½ mile novice hurdles to begin with before stepping up in trip.

2015 bay mare by Sans Frontieres (Ire)
ex Cindy’s Fancy (Ire) (Shernazar)

Dalziel Family, T White, J Inverdale


Methodtothemagic is at present having a break having won this summer.  She likes good ground and will back ready to run in the spring when hopefully she will continue to be competitive both over hurdles and fences.

2015 bay mare by Mahler
ex Davids Delight (Ire) (Kalanisi (Ire))

Mrs J.A. Thomas


Miss Mahmite showed promise over hurdles before having some time off to recover from an injury and have a foal.  She is a very attractive, good-moving mare who appears to have plenty of ability at home and we look forward to her running in 2 ½ mile handicap hurdles from November onwards.

2018 bay gelding by Blue Bresil (Fr)
ex Folie Lointaine (FR) (Poliglote)

Mrs Althea Barclay


Ned Cash showed great promise on his bumper debut at Warwick and has always worked nicely at home.  He has strengthened for a summer break and will run in one more bumper before beginning his hurdling career. 

2019 bay filly by Black Sam Bellamy (Ire)
ex Supreme Gem (Ire) (Supreme Leader)


Dalziel Family, K Rogers, D Vowles

Neeps And Tatties is a well-related daughter of Black Sam Bellamy who has been given plenty of time to mature.  She was educated in the spring and will be aimed at bumpers after Christmas and this attractive mare looks the type to continue her family’s success on the racecourse.

2012 brown mare by Early March
ex Crème Pralinee (Fr) (Kashtan)

Beautiful People


Organdi has been a legend for the yard over the last few seasons.  She loves top of the ground and a test of stamina.  Once the ground softens she will go on her holidays and it has not yet been decided if she will continue her racing career after this.

2014 B g by Malinas (Ger)
ex Royal Bride (Kayf Tara)

Mrs Liz Prowting


Picanha won a bumper and two hurdles for us but was off with an injury last season.  He is now back in work and will hopefully make a decent novice chaser this season as he jumps well and has plenty of ability. 

2021 filly by Land Force (Ire)
ex Undress (Ire) (Dalakhani (Ire))


Miss Catherine Loder


Roody Toody has shown promise in her maiden runs on the flat.  She is an attractive filly who certainly has the ability to win races and is now eligible to run in handicaps. 

2015 bay gelding by Mahler
ex Could Do (Cloudings (Ire)


Rossbeigh Strand has been placed over hurdles for us but is every inch a chaser.  He jumps very well but his season was curtailed through injury last year.  He is now back in work and will have one hurdle run before going chasing.  He likes to run prominently and prefers cut in the ground.

2016 mare by Native Ruler
ex No Compromise (Avonbridge)

OWNER  Better Than Working


Run Rosie Run pleased us all with her run in a bumper at Southwell on her second appearance.  However she has been off with injury since and is due to come back into full training at Christmas when hopefully this homebred will reward her owners’ patience over hurdles. 

2015 bay mare by Flemensfirth (USA)
ex Hollygrove Rumba (Ire) (Indian Danehill)

Chris Nash


Sheila Nash has been placed over hurdles for us this summer and looks to be off a handy handicap mark.  She likes a test of stamina and good ground and continues to look competitive in her hurdle races.

2019 chesnut filly by New Approach (Ire)
ex Silent Music (Ire) (Peintre Celebre)

The Firebirds


Shibuya Song will go hurdling following her flat career this summer.  She enjoys jumping and although not the biggest, she certainly has the ability and stamina to do well over hurdles. 

2019 bay gelding by Bated Breath
ex Solar Pursuit (Galileo (Ire)

Marchwood Aggregates 


Sun Tracker is a well-bred son of Bated Breath who won in France before being purchased last autumn.  He had some time off earlier in the year but he will hopefully run on the all-weather during the winter and will make a nice jumper in the future.  He is pleasing us with his home work and looks the type to reward his owner’s patience.

2018 bay gelding by Jet Away
ex April Joy (Ire) (Shantou (USA))

Halsall, Jensen, Lukas & Purves


Swift Jet finished a pleasing fourth on his debut in a point-to-point in Ireland and was purchased from the Doncaster sales this spring.  This son of Jet Away has done very well for a summer break and looks the type to reward his new partnership’s patience when starting off in bumpers later in the year.  

2011 bay gelding by Pasternak
ex Yeldham Lady (Mujahid (USA))

OWNER  The Adlestrop Club


Totterdown is a favourite in the yard having won and been placed on plenty of occasions.  He won over hurdles on his season debut last year at Leicester and he looks in good order on the gallops this autumn.  We may well try chasing with him at some stage if finding the right conditions and he retains plenty of enthusiasm.

2020 chesnut gelding by Cityscape
ex L’Addition (Exceed And Excel (Aus))

Hunscote Stud Limited


Urban Champion showed promise on the all-weather in handicaps earlier in the year and has recently been given further time to mature.  He goes well on the all-weather surface and will hopefully have a profitable winter. 

2019 bay gelding by Havana Gold (Ire)
ex Specific Dream (Danehill Dancer (Ire))

Red Hot Partnership

Valuable Asset has a decent flat pedigree, however he is a very tall horse who has needed plenty of time.  He moves very well and has pleased us in his faster work and will hopefully reward his syndicate in the coming months on the flat.  He has the size and scope to do well over hurdles in the future.

2017 chesnut filly by Gentlewave (Ire)
ex Days Like These (Westerner)



This attractive mare has been given plenty of time to mature and showed promise in the spring on the gallops and over hurdles.  She is just beginning to do faster work and from the family of Anzum, she has a pedigree packed full of winners.

2019 brown gelding by Malinas (Ger)
ex Lucy Rouge (Ire) (Croco Rouge (Ire))


Richard Phillips Racing Syndicate

This attractive son of Malinas has been given plenty of time and was educated last spring before being put away to mature further.  He has pleased us all since returning from his break and looks the type to do well in bumpers from the new year onwards.

2019 brown gelding by Sans Frontieres (Fr)
ex Gaelic River (Ire) (Deploy)


Hopeful Travellers


This big rangy son of Sans Frontieres was purchased at Doncaster sales as a three-year-old and has been given plenty of time to mature.  A half-brother to the useful Deploy The Getaway, we look forward to everyone’s patience being rewarded in bumpers in the spring.

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