Kingsclere Racing Club 2019 – Horses in Training


Older Horses


Intransigent             10yo b g

A nine-time winner in his career to date, Intransigent has been a star for the KRC and is now into his ninth season on the racecourse.  A winner at Chester last term, he retains all his enthusiasm and a good deal of ability.

Seasearch                 4yo b g

A dual winner on the All-Weather last year, Seasearch has been busy already this term and recorded his third career success at Southwell in February.  


Three Year Olds


Constraint                 3yo b f

By Sinndar and out of a useful 1m4f winner, Constraint is a half-sister to Swashbuckle, who was a smart stayer for the KRC in 2016/17.

Inclyne                      3yo ch f

A half-sister to Group 1 winner Elm Park and Group 2-placed Brorocco, Inclyne shown distinct promise on both starts at two and is an exciting prospect for the season ahead.

Laura’s Legacy         3yo b f

Bred to be speedy, out of a fairly useful 5f winner by Exceed And Excel.  Looked in need of the experience on her sole start at two and she will start back on turf in the spring.

Pass The Gin             3yo br f

A daughter of Passing Glance, this filly won her novice at Chester last summer and will return to the racecourse in the spring.

Pot Luck                    3yo b f

Has been kept busy on the AW over the winter, running creditably in defeat, and will continue to race through the spring before heading to the sales.

Ranch Hand             3yo b g

A half-brother to two winning KRC fillies, Cape Victoria and Victoria Pollard, this son of Dunaden showed plenty of ability at home last term, but is bred to come into his own over staying trips this year.

Sea Sculpture           3yo b g

A half-brother to Chesil Beach, who won five times for the KRC as a three year old, Sea Sculpture finished a fine third on his sole start at two and has the potential to make up into a useful staying handicapper in 2019.

Sneaky Peek            3yo b f

A daughter of Nayef and out of a talented, Listed-placed mare, Sneaky Peek is a half-sister to the high-class Urban Aspect, who won a valuable handicap for the KRC before being sold to Hong Kong last year, as well as Graded-placed hurdler and smart stayer Look My Way. She is another exciting three year old for the summer.

Spirit Warning         3yo b g

A half-brother to five KRC winners, notably Group 1 winner Side Glance and black-type performer Rawaki, Spirit Warning is already a dual winner in 2019 and looks a smart performer in the making.

Stay Forever             3yo b f

Already in the frame on several occasions, Stay Forever has a very strong pedigree and hopefully she can get her head in front this term.


Two Year Olds


Pedal Power                  b g       Nayef – Rebecca Romero

A half-brother to Laura’s Legacy, this son of Nayef will hopefully be ready to make his racecourse debut in midsummer.

Table Mountain                  b f        Phoenix Reach ex Cape Victoria

Both her dam and granddam were winners for the KRC, the latter a half-sister to six black-type performers, including Passing Glance.  She could be out later in the summer.

Irish Tweed                 b f        Roderic O’Connor ex Lady Brora

A sixth foal, this daughter of Roderic O’Connor is a half-sister to Elm Park, Brorocco and Inclyne.  She is an exciting prospect and could be ready to make her debut in July.

Stony Look                  b f        Passing Glance ex Chesil Beach

The first foal of five-time KRC winner Chesil Beach, she looks sure to progress with time and looks a stayer for the future.  She could start out in the autumn.