Danebury News

Apr 18, 2017

Changes are on the way for Horses First Racing and by now we hope all the owners and connections are up to speed with what the future holds for the Gask family.  We’ve had many highs and no doubt a few lows in our time here but will take home great memories and friendships from the 10 years. Horses like MEDICEAN MAN will be especially missed and have given us the chance to see the world. No doubt in the coming months there will be plenty of talk with friends and family on the great times we have had here. We have learnt a great deal here in the 10 or so years training in the UK and our passion for racing is stronger than ever as a result. With a young family, it feels right to return to Australia now. 

As the yard prepares for another turf season it is business as usual.  The first week or so is always a quiet one with many tracks still to start the season.  Over the next week or so sees us heading to Thirsk, Leicester,Bath, Doncaster and Brighton.

Rosealee ran a nice race to finish third at Bath on Friday, we should also mention The Detainee, he put in a great effort at Lingfield to finish second.  Born To Finish came back from a mini break to also run well at Lingfield. Nice to see so many of the Crowd Racing supporters there to cheer them both on.  There is still quite a few of the equine team that are yet to hit the track this year, they won't be far behind though.

Hope you all had a fabulous Easter, there was way too much chocolate in the Gask yard this year......