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 2023/2024 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 seven horses in training, three of which are with Harry Fry: Ree Okka, Neon Madonna, and Saucy Samba.


Ree Okka -Sean Bowen wins
The Watch Racing Free Online At Coral Novices' Hurdle (GBB Race) (Class 3)
Kempton Pk 15.1.22


2016 bay gelding by Getaway (GER)
ex Presenteea (IRE)

Ree Okka, a lovely bay gelding by Getaway out of the Presenting mare Presenteea from the family of Grade 1 winner Identity Thief who was trained by Henry De Bromhead.

Ree Okka won a point to point in Ireland as a 5 year old and has won twice over hurdles including one with a penalty, and having graduated to chasing has been placed three times in six starts in his first season. He is a promising horse and should progress as a staying chase and give us some exciting and fun days out.



2020 bay filly by Telescope (GB)
ex Indian Stream (GB)

A very well bred filly out of a mare who was a very successful racehorse herself, winning 7 races including two Listed chases. She was an extremely tough mare and ran 25 times in her career with a best RPR of 152.

Neon Madonna is a precocious sort who will be aimed at the new Juvenile hurdle races but will start off in a bumper. She should be ready to run later this season. A very exciting prospect.



2020 bay filly by Blue Bresil (FR)
ex Intense Tango (GB)

A very exciting prospect by the top sire, Blue Bresil, out of Intense Tango who was a very successful racehorse herself winning a Grade 2 hurdle and achieving a top jumps rating of 140 and also highly successful on the Flat, achieving a handicap rating of 99. She was very tough, running 45 races in her career, and earning £150,00 in prize money.

A very good looking filly who is a tremendous prospect. She is the second foal of Intense Tango and her year older half brother won a point to point in January and then sold for £210,000 at the Cheltenham Festival Sale. Harry Fry is delighted to have her and she will start off in a bumper in the Spring.

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