CHASING GOLD RACING CLUB
The Chasing Gold Racing Club was launched at the start of the 2006/7 season. Offering a unique opportunity for a maximum group of 50 like-minded National Hunt enthusiasts to enjoy the sport, it has vacancies for new members for the 2022/2023 season.
The Racing Club offers a first-class personal service, including owners’ badges on racedays, regular communications and a fantastic social diary filled with ‘money can’t buy’ opportunities plus all the benefits of racehorse ownership.
Chasing Gold has eight horses in training, three of which are with Harry Fry: Whitehotchillifili, Fairy Gem and Picnic In The Park.
To get involved a one off all-inclusive annual payment of £4,350 is required (or £1,087.50 per quarter or £362.50 per month). This payment covers your involvement in all nine superb horses. Fantastic value!
For more information visit chasinggold.co.uk or contact Tom Chadney on 07831 786090 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
HORSES IN TRAINING
2014 bay mare by Milan (GB)
ex Mhuire Na Gale (Ire) (Norwich (GB))
A bay mare by the high class proven stallion Milan out of Mhuire Na Gale. Her mother has produced Wild West Wind trained by Tom George and Redhotfillypeppers, bought for €200,000 trained by Willie Mullins. Both are winners and Whitehotchillifili has not disappointed as she won easily on her debut in a bumper at Southwell in December 2018, beating strong opposition.
She is a highly rated mare and was very impressive in winning a Listed Hurdle at Sandown in January 2021. She is the winner of four races and has run with credit in two Cheltenham Festivals. A consistent, genuine horse, she will be fun to follow this season when she will once again be targeted at quality mares’ races.
2016 bay mare by Shantou (USA)
ex Mystic Masie (Ire) (Turgeon (USA))
A very well bred mare by the very successful sire Shantou out of Mystic Masie. She is a full sister to the very highly rated Angels Breath (158) and Outofthisworld (129).
A mare with real ability, she got off the mark in bumpers at the first time of asking at Plumpton in December before her sights were raised with two high-class listed races. Finishing second at Cheltenham on Festival Trials Day in January and third at Sandown in March, she will turn her attentions to hurdles this season where hopefully she can add further black type success to her CV.
PICNIC IN THE PARK (GB)
2017 bay mare by Walk In The Park (IRE)
ex Cherry Pie (FR)
She is a half-sister to three winners including Grade 3 scorer Stoney Mountain (RPR 145), Grade 2 placed Great Try and Padstow Harbour. She looks a lovely type and is a mouth-watering prospect.