In the next two week’s we launch our Gallop Reports on the horses working for top yards in Newmarket.

Our gallop spy has been analysing gallops for over ten years and is first class at what he does. Last season he helped us identify Ibn Khaldun as a future star before he had even run. We bigged this horse up from day 1 and whilst many were backing stable companion Rio De La Plata for the Guineas, our members were sat pretty at big odds on a horse that remained unraced until the end of the summer.

Our gallops also signify horses showing promsie from  big yards such as Luca Cumani, Henry Cecil, Peter Chapple-Hyam, Sir Mark Prescott and Saeed Bin Suroor.

Our gallop reports sent out once a week between March and May and twice a week from June to November give you an inside edge of horses working on the gallops and point you in the direction of races they are likely to run in. We also supply you with three E-Books and one paperbook a year which will keep you informed on horses worth keeping on the right side of.

Below is a sample of some reports of last season;

5th September 2007;

Sir Michael Stoute (Limekilns)

Easily the busiest work morning today was that of Sir Michael’s and he had Ryan Moore in to work Distinction..

Gold Hush is a filly who was unlucky in running at Beverley last time out and she looked in good order as she worked 7f with Goodwood Cup heroine Allegretto. The Seeking The Gold filly looked really well in herself this morning and quickened clear in good style. She looks one to be on next time out.

Echelonis another filly in fine form and she looked the part working clear of Great Hawk, Maraahel, Chord and Gulf Express (in that order). The celebration mile winner is obviously in good terms with herself and looks sure to take all the beating on Saturday in the Matron Stakes. She couldn’t be in better form and has improved again since Goodwood. Great Hawk also finished the gallop well and looks capable of winning shortly.

The other two to work well were Distinction and GALACTIC STAR and the pair worked very well together. The later was going marginally better at the end of the gallop but both look to have improved for their runs at York last month.


This is a taster of what our reports show and our next example was sent out on the 25th of October 2007;

Saeed Bin Suroor

Saeed Bin Suroor kept his smart horses to the private Chippenham Hill complex this week but I can report that a couple have shined in prep gallops this week.

Ibn Khaldun remains in really good order ahead of the Racing Post Trophy on Saturday and he strode out with purpose as he pulled 2L clear of Pearl Dealer and Fateh Field in good style. He has been a bit keen in his work previously so they went 6f and he was dropped in before picking them up with distinct ease before he passed his trainer. He looks in really good order ahead of Saturday and whilst he hasn’t be worked with the yard stars lately he gives the impression we still haven’t seen the best of him. He wont the ground to soften up and if it remains good he will be hard to beat.

Kirklees was another in good order and went best of the trio which included Seabow and Crime Scene. He has improved since his Goodwood win and Newbury’s more conventional track will suit him down to the ground. I wouldn’t be too sure that he can beat Galactic Star of Sir Michael Stoute’s but he looks sure to run his race. Seabow also looked in good order and he would have an outside each way chance in a handicap at Newbury on Saturday.

Envisage is another horse that looks very well at home and he worked in fantastic style with the classy Northern Spy and the improving Dustoori. The trio went a strong gallop and the first two mentioned went a good couple of lengths clear of Dustoori who set the pace. Envisage is improving all the time and looks the type who could easily develop into a group horse next season. He has seriously improved since winning his maiden at Nottingham and he should not be opposed off a mark of 88 when he runs in a 0-95 handicap at Doncaster on Saturday. Northern Spy is also progressing in the right direction and he makes the long journey to Ayr on Friday. He is capable off 85 but would ideally want a bit of juice in the ground. He should be there abouts.

Calming Influence was another who looked in good order and he worked a length in front of Iguazu Falls. He is limited to options now but looks a smart horse for next season. Iguazu Falls runs in the Horris Hill on Saturday but he looks more of an next year type and may not quite be good enough for this yet.

Finally there was a decent filly to catch the eye and Desert Chill looks a class act up the gallops. Working with a useful older horse she moved powerfully before showing a good turn of foot to go a couple of lengths clear. She has improved a ton since her promising debut at Leicester and should not be opposed at Doncaster tomorrow where she carries maximum confidence.


These tasters will show you the quality of our work. The reports can be purchased for £150 for the whole season’s gallop reports.