Author Archive | Bee Chapman

New Row lands Kempton prize

NEW Row became Phantom House’s latest winner when taking a seven-furlong maiden at Kempton yesterday evening. The daughter of Teofilo made her debut at Yarmouth in September and she looked to have learnt plenty from that experience. Despite breaking slowly from the stalls, jockey Rab Havlin soon settled New Row into a good rhythm on [...]

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Blurred Vision and Hefner head to York

BLURRED Vision and Hefner will both make the long trip up the A1 to contest races at York on Saturday. Blurred Vision has been declared for the Listed Rockingham Stakes over six furlongs. Despite still being a maiden, the son of Royal Applause has shown promise in all his starts most notably when second in a competitive [...]

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Busy few days ahead

THE team at Phantom House are looking forward to a busy few days ahead with plenty of runners up and down the country.  Tomorrow, William will be represented by Dixie’s Dream and Embankment in a mile handicap at Kempton. Dixie’s Dream ran well when second at Haydock on his seasonal bow earlier this month and [...]

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El Massivo is too good at Wolverhampton

EL Massivo returned to winning ways with a comfortable victory in a 1m4f handicap at Wolverhampton yesterday evening.  The son of Authorized had lost his form a little since winning his maiden in March so it was great to see him bounce back to his best.  The field were taken along at a steady tempo [...]

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Hefner declared for Silver Cambridgeshire

HAVING missed the cut for the prestigious Cambridgeshire Handicap on Saturday, Hefner will contest the consolation ‘Silver’ Cambridgeshire at Newmarket on Friday afternoon.  The £30,000 contest is also fiercely competitive with 28 declared runners but Hefner has been running well and the nine-furlong trip looks ideal. He was last seen running with credit when fifth [...]

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Duo set for Sandown on Friday

JODIES Jem and Dixie’s Dream have both been declared for races at Sandown on Friday afternoon. Jodies Jem, a son of Kheleyf, will tackle a mile handicap for three-year-olds only. The race looks competitive on paper but a repeat of his second over course and distance in May would give him a decent each-way chance. [...]

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Dixie’s Dream makes promising start

DIXIE’S Dream made a very encouraging start to his 2013 campaign when finishing second in a competitive handicap at Haydock on Thursday. The son of Hawk Wing was having his first run for William but had some useful form in the book for his previous stable. He was a little rusty in the early stages [...]

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Busy week ahead

THE Phantom House team are looking forward to a busy week with plenty of runners around the country. Tomorrow Dumbarton Rock lines up in a six-furlong maiden handicap at Yarmouth. Dr Jim Walker’s gelding made a promising start to the season when second at Leicester but failed to build on that next time at Musselburgh. [...]

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