Nigel Hawke’s Thorne Farm Racing Blog 30 September 2016

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Nigel Hawke’s Thorne Farm Racing Blog 30 September 2016

Nachi Falls is fast becoming everyone’s favourite horse after winning again last Saturday at Market Rasen!

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Nachi Falls put up a very impressive performance giving weight away all round and putting up his best show to date in the Premier League Betting At 188bet Juvenile Hurdle (Class 2) (3YO only) ridden by Tom Bellamy.  He travelled really well and jumped like an old handicapper and seems to be improving with every run. He might have one more run before going for the JCB Triumph Hurdle Trial* at Cheltenham on 13 November.

We have a new addition to the yard called Rock Of Leon which we bought out of a seller in Worcester last Friday. He’s rated 120 over hurdles and is only a five year old . He’s a lovely sort and is sure to win again, he could be a bargain!

We’ve got three possible runners at Fontwell on Saturday Tokyo Javilex and Acadian both run in the three mile handicap hurdle a race Tokyo won last year and Bar a Vilorbaine could run in the novice hurdle.

We also have some entries for Ludlow and Towcester next week. Antemio, Atlantic King and Le Pergulese are all possible runners.

Get involved with the Nigel Hawke Racing Club

The club gives an exciting opportunity for racing-lovers to share in the thrills of racehorse ownership without the need for the usual major expense. The new club will always have four horses running in its colours and, uniquely to Nigel Hawke Racing Club, Nigel will also introduce selected young horses to the racecourse by running them in club colours.

Fees to join the new club are £45 per month or £515 when paying annually in advance. This makes enjoying the thrills of horse racing available and affordable. (Members must be 18+).

To find out more visit nigelhawkethornefarmracing.co.uk/nigel-hawke-racing-club

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*The JCB Triumph Hurdle is the first race off on day four of the Cheltenham Festival, run over two miles and a furlong for four year old juveniles.

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Nigel Hawke’s Thorne Farm Racing Blog 23 September 2016

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Nigel Hawke’s Thorne Farm Racing Blog 23 September 2016

Quite a busy week this week at Thorne Farm!

Atlantic King ran very well first time out for us over hurdles in the Gammies Country Clothing Juvenile Hurdle at Perth and will improve for the run. Rejaah ran a cracker the next day at Perth and was beaten by a very good horse of Nigel Twiston Davies on soft ground that was against her.

We have Avel Vor and Acadian running at Worcester on Friday and they both have a good a chance. Following that, Nachi Falls runs at Market Rasen in the Premier League Betting At 188bet Juvenile Hurdle (Class 2) (3YO only) on Saturday where he has a great record. He’ll be going for a hat trick of wins so fingers crossed for a good few days!

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As previously said, the open day was a big success and the Nigel Hawke Racing Club have had there first runner, Tokyo Javilex finished third at Uttoxeter and gave the members plenty to cheer about, he’s a great horse and always runs a decent race.

Don’t forget it’s not to late to get involved! To find out more visit nigelhawkethornefarmracing.co.uk/nigel-hawke-racing-club The club gives an exciting opportunity for racing-lovers to share in the thrills of racehorse ownership without the need for the usual major expense. The new club will always have four horses running in its colours and, uniquely to Nigel Hawke Racing Club, Nigel will also introduce selected young horses to the racecourse by running them in club colours.

Fees to join the new club are £45 per month or £515 when paying annually in advance. This makes enjoying the thrills of horse racing available and affordable. (Members must be 18+).

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Nigel Hawke’s Thorne Farm Racing Blog 16 September 2016

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Nigel Hawke’s Thorne Farm Racing Blog 16 September 2016

Last weekend’s Open Day for the new Nigel Hawke Racing club saw over 120 people visit Thorne Farm.

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Club manager Steve Winfield gave an introduction to the club and the benefits and opportunities available then introduced Nigel and Assistant Trainer Eddie Buckley who introduced the club horses, Samingarry, Queen of Epirus, Tokyo Javilex and Theunnamedsoldier .

Following the talk the guests toured the facilities and watched a parade of the Club horses before sitting down for lunch and drinks in the marquee.

tokyo-javilex-cardThe first horse to run in Club colours is Tokyo Javilex who will be racing in the  14:10 at Uttoxeter, this Sunday (18 September) – Sentinel ‘May Un Mar Lady’ Handicap Hurdle (Class 5) (4YO plus) so look out for results on the Club page HERE.

Thanks to everyone who signed up on the day and we look forward to welcoming you both to the farm for future visits and to the races to cheer on your horses!

Don’t forget it’s not to late to get involved! To find out more visit nigelhawkethornefarmracing.co.uk/nigel-hawke-racing-club The club gives an exciting opportunity for racing-lovers to share in the thrills of racehorse ownership without the need for the usual major expense. The new club will always have four horses running in its colours and, uniquely to Nigel Hawke Racing Club, Nigel will also introduce selected young horses to the racecourse by running them in club colours.

Fees to join the new club are £45 per month or £515 when paying annually in advance. This makes enjoying the thrills of horse racing available and affordable. (Members must be 18+).

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Nigel Hawke’s Thorne Farm Racing Blog 9 September 2016

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Nigel Hawke’s Thorne Farm Racing Blog 9 September 2016

A great week for Thorne Farm with a winner on Sunday and another winner on Tuesday!

Nachi Falls won at Fontwell on Sunday ridden by Tom Bellamy. This was his second win over hurdles from three runs for us. He was very impressive and seems to be improving every run, he will probably run next at Market Rasen at the end of the month in a valuable juvenile hurdle.

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Rejaah won at Worcester on Tuesday ridden by Aidan Coleman. She had to dig deep and just got up on the line to beat a good horse of Dan Skelton’s called Stephanie Frances who’s form includes finishing not far behind horses like The New One and Vroum Vroum Mag so as you can imagine we delighted with her. That was her fifth win for us and she has now won on the flat, over hurdles and fences. She might run next at Perth at the end of the month all being well.

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Our open day is nearly upon us so come to Thorne Farm and get to see these winners up close. We are also launching our new Nigel Hawke Racing Club and it’s a great way to get involved without too much expense. It starts on Sunday at twelve noon.

To register your interest in attending the Open Day or for further information complete the contact form HERE

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