Acclamation X Bahati Colt
Each 5% Ownership Share is available for £5,420 followed by 21 monthly payments of £160 for Training/UK Racing Fees
The cost of purchasing ownership includes sales & agent’s commission and all keep/veterinary fees/training/transport, until 31 March 2019. The cost of purchasing ownership is only payable once (upon joining the syndicate) and in accordance with our terms will entitle you to a share of prize money and any future sale proceeds.
The Training/UK racing fees cover the period from 1 April 2019 to the end of the initial syndicate term and
can be paid monthly (1st payment due 1 April 2019), or you can make a payment of £1,400 (due 1 April 2019) and a 2nd payment of £1,865 (due 1 January 2020), alternatively a full payment of £3,215 (due 1 April 2019).
Training costs include training, farrier, veterinary fees, transport & UK Racing Costs*, owners’ /entry badge*, no additional payment will be required. The syndicate has an initial term until the end of the 2020 Flat turf season. *Terms and conditions apply.
Tuesday, 26 March, approximate start time 10:15am
Park House Stables, Kingsclere, Newbury, RG20 5PY
You are welcome to join us for what is sure to be a fascinating visit to the historic and impressive private training yard of Andrew Balding in Kingclere. You will see the exciting 2yo colt by Acclamation in the stables and then out on the gallops. Please click here to book your place.
This classy and quality colt is a full-brother to three winners, including the multiple Listed race winner and Group-placed Tabarrak and the three-time winner and Listed-placed The Wagon Wheel. His sire Acclamation is top-class and his leading performers include the Group 1-winning sprinters Equiano and Marsha, also the recent Breeders’ Cup Mile winner Expert Eye. This colt is a good-looking and correct individual with a fantastic pedigree and a big walk, who was purchased very much with Royal Ascot in mind. He was purchased at the prestigious Book 2 Yearling Sale at Tattersalls in Newmarket, he vetted very well at the sale, with clean x-rays and a good scope. He is in training with Andrew Balding, his handler describing him as a colt who looks like he will do very well as a two-year-old. He moves extremely well on the gallops and has a great attitude to his work.
His Sire: ACCLAMATION was a high-class sprinter who raced from two to four. He won three times at two, over five furlongs at Sandown and Newbury, before winning the £200,000 St Leger Yearling Stakes over six furlongs. As an older horse he won a Listed race over six furlongs at Goodwood and his greatest triumph came in the Group 2 Diadem Stakes at Ascot (six furlongs). His success as a sire cannot be questioned, to date his success rate is 59% winners to runners on the Flat and his best horses include Dark Angel, Marsha, Equiano, Aclaim, Expert Eye, Harbour Watch, Lilbourne Lad, Mehmas and Saayerr.
His Dam: BAHATI was a useful performer herself and won a 15-runner maiden on debut in May as a two-year-old at Newbury. She went on to race a total of 19 times and proved tough and consistent, earning black type when second in a Listed at Warwick and gaining a peak RPR rating of 99. She is three winners from four runners, her first produce the high-class multiple Listed race winner and Group-placed Tabarrak who has prize money earnings of £171,239 and an RPR rating of 115. Her second foal was the very useful winner The Wagon Wheel, whose earnings were £96,406 and she was also placed twice in Listed races as a two-year-old. Those two are both full siblings to this colt, as well one other, the useful winner Dubai Acclaim (RPR 79). Her other foal and runner is Jabalaly (by Moohaajim) who placed second in a Doncaster novice stakes on his only start to date, earning an RPR of 80.
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