NOEL FEHILY RACING SYNDICATE

Since retiring from race riding Noel Fehily set up the Noel Fehily Racing Syndicate with his great friend and riding colleague David Crosse. With over 46 years of racing and bloodstock experience the duo bring a wealth of knowledge in the sport.

The Racing Syndicate brings their owners to the heart of the experience offering wonderful behind the scenes opportunities, brilliant analysis and in-depth communications.

Harry Fry Racing will train three horses for the Noel Fehily Racing Syndicate in the 2022/23 season, they include Love Envoi, Revels Hill and Carrigmoorna Rowan.

HORSES IN TRAINING

2HNR3FC Love Envoi ridden by Jonathan Burke goes to post before the Weatherbys Cheltenham festival betting guide Jane Seymour mares' novices' hurdle race at Sandown Park Racecourse. Picture date: Thursday February 17, 2022.

LOVE ENVOI (IRE)

2016 bay mare by Westerner (FR)
ex Love Divided (IRE)

Needs no introduction; a talented mare who flew the flag for the Noel Fehily Racing Syndicate last season. She claimed her maiden hurdle at Leicester in December before going on to multiple graded success, winning the Grade 2 Jane Seymour Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle at Sandown in fine style en route to winning the Grade 2 Ryanair Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. She finished her season as runner-up in the Grade 1 EBF Mares Novice Hurdle Championship Final at Fairyhouse.

This season will be a step up again in open company but with a good summer break there is no reason to suggest she can’t improve again.

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REVELS HILL (IRE)

2015 bay gelding by Mahler (GB)
ex Chlolo Supreme (Ire) (Supreme Leader (GB))

Last season was the making of Revels Hill; he looked both consistent and progressive in chasing company. He enjoyed two wins to culminate his season, both coming at Taunton where he took the step up in trip to 3 ½ miles on his final start with ease. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to run him at Sandown at the end of the season, but the Noel Fehily Racing Syndicate have a nice horse to look forward to in the staying chase division this season.

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CARRIGMOORNA ROWAN (IRE)

2017 bay gelding by Sea Moon (GB)
ex Carrigmoorna Fame (IRE)

Won a respected five-year-old maiden at Dromahane by 16 lengths on his second start in Point-to-Points before being purchased by the Noel Fehily Racing Syndicate. A fine stamp of a horse, the aim is to run him in bumpers before switching his attentions to hurdles.

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