Our team at Chapel Forge have been very fortunate to work with some very high class racehorses, broodmares and sales-topping yearlings over the years, with Gary and our professional farrier team working with our stables and studs to produce the dream; 'successful and sound horses'.
The 2018 flat season has come to a close with the Champions Day at Ascot, and then many overseas targets for our trainers.
Clive Cox - 56 winners and excellent performance from Harry Angel just pipped at the post, in the Champions Day Sprint.
Sylvester Kirk - 27 winners - Saluoen heading to Japan in November looking for group 1 success after running with great credit in the Prix De L'Arc D'triomphe, finishing 6th
Brian Meehan - 19 winners
Roger Charlton - 36 winners - with Projection getting his head in front in the group 3 Benough Stakes at Ascot with a confident ride by Kieran Shoemark. Stable star Withhold has arrived in Australia ahead of the Melbourne Cup, also in November
Warren Greatrex - 10 flat winners
The start of what we hope will be another great year for our jump yards, with trainers gearing up to get their horses fit for the upcoming season.
Warren Greatrex - 6 winners - and looking forward to seeing his exciting young team of bumpers, hurdlers and chasers
Nicky Henderson - 45 winners thru the summer months, holding a 39% strike rate. Strong team are all ready to go, and looking to retain the champion trainers title as the country's leading National Hunt trainer.
On the breeding side of the operation Chapel Forge has a great number of high quality studs as our clients.
The October sales are in progress and we are excited to report our Client Watership Down Stud took the book 1 top priced yearling Dubawi/Dar Re Mi colt selling at 3.5 million guineas, well done to all the team!! Then the mare Dar Re Mi had her 1st group 1 winner when her 2yr old colt Too Darn Hot won the Dewhurst Stakes for trainer John Gosden in fantastic style.