Author Archive | Bee Chapman

A Great Week for Phantom House!

WILLIAM Jarvis and all at Phantom House enjoyed a  great week. beginning on Monday with a very impressive victory by Mrs Gallagher in the Listed Polonia Stakes at Naas in Ireland. William said ‘We had a wonderful day and were very well looked after by the racecourse.  I was very impressed with the filly who [...]

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Mrs Gallagher Listed Victory

THRILLED to see Mrs Gallagher get a well deserved victory in the Lansdown Whitsbury Manor Stud EBF Stallions Fillies Listed Stakes at Bath on Friday. She showed a lot of speed from the starting stalls and managed to win gamely by a neck.  William said ‘She is a pleasure to train and although she is [...]

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Wimpole Hall emphatic winner at Chelmsford

DELIGHTED to get off the mark for 2018 with Wimpole Hall’s convincing win at Chelmsford yesterday. Wimpole Hall was partnered by Rab Havlin who is enjoying a purple patch.  He tracked the leaders and travelled strongly throughout the race.  He moved into second place with  over two furlongs to go.  Havlin rode to challenge over [...]

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Arcadian Sea victorious at Chelmsford

ARCADIAN Sea gained a first career win when taking a ten-furlong handicap at Chelmsford on Thursday evening. The son of Born To Sea has been running well of late and deserved this breakthrough success.  He was given a good ride by Josephine Gordon who rode a patient race aboard the 5/2 favourite.  Having settled her [...]

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Mrs Gallagher heads to Salisbury

MRS Gallagher travels to Salisbury this afternoon for their feature contest, the Group 3 Dick Poole Stakes. Owned by Ms Emma Banks, Mrs Gallagher has won twice this season and also gained some valuable ‘black type’ when third at Newbury last time out.  She is up in trip to six furlongs today and is due [...]

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Slow To Hand lands Yarmouth spoils

SLOW To Hand secured a first career win when taking a seven-furlong handicap at Yarmouth on Thursday evening. Running in William’s own colours, Slow To Hand was having his first start in a handicap off a lowly mark of 55 and William was able to find him the ideal opportunity.  He was held up towards [...]

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Busy few days coming up

THE Phantom House team are looking forward to having a handful of runners over the next few days. On Friday, the David Batten-owned Fang lines up in a 6f handicap at York. The son of Lawman has failed to fire on his two starts so far this season but a return to his best form [...]

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Mrs Gallagher lines up at Nottingham

IT is a busy couple of days coming up for the Phantom House team with runners at a number of meetings. Tonight, Fang and Slow To Hand head to Chelmsford. The former lines up in the finale on the card, a handicap over 5f while the latter will have his second career start in the [...]

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