Fiveandtwenty, by Farhh
Shares Available - 15%
The following share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, 'Plus 10 bonus' registration (if applicable), vetting, transport and training fees until 31 Jul 2019:
15% share available @ £7,200 upfront and £437.50 per month from 1st September '19
10% share available @ £4,850 upfront and £312.50 per month from 1st September '19
5% share available @ £2,500 upfront and £167.50 per month from 1st September '19
2.5% share available @ £1,250 upfront and £92.50 per month from 1st September '19
Ever since we first sent Mark Johnston a horse, he's managed to win with each and every horse that we have sent to race, to date. His attention to detail, means he unearths every ounce of ability that a thoroughbred may possess. Latterly, Mark has trained the Group 3 winning and Richmond Stakes placed horse MARIE'S DIAMOND for us in 2018, having trained the 104 rated, 4-time winning juvenile VENTURA KNIGHT for us, the year before. So, it is with great relish that we have sent him more 2yo's this season, including, what we believe to be, this fantastic purchase for just 32,000gns from Europe's Premier Breeze Up Sale, April's Tattersalls Craven Sale, where every horse sold, qualifies for the £15,000 breeze up bonus. This essentially means, that should this filly win any class 4 maiden or novice this season, in addition to the regulation prize money she earns, Tattersalls will gift her owners a £15,000 Bonus cheque. With a filly costing 32,000gns, the cheque from Tattersalls, plus the normal prize money earned in winning, pretty much covers two thirds of her purchase price, in one fell swoop.
This filly's pedigree looks fantastic, hailing from the family of Postponed, Gusto, Gale Force Ten and Auld Burns and being by the vastly underrated, young sire, Farhh. Farhh is responsible for Mark Johnston's Derby 2nd and recent winner of the Group 3 Sagaro Stakes and the Group 3 Henry II Stakes at Sandown; Dee Ex Bee, as well as Tim Easterby's high class Wells Farhh Go and Richard Hannon's King Of Change, 2nd in the 2019 2,000 Guineas. The link with Mark and the sire, is the precise reason we selected Mark to be her trainer. It seemed the perfect fit. Read about her sire here: https://www.darleyeurope.com/stallions/our-stallions/farhh
Our filly is bred to improve with age, as she matures, and her pedigree suggests, that distances of a mile and beyond will see her at her best, probably next season. However, she is very much a horse to crack on with now though, and we'll be specifically targeting the £15,000 Bonus races with her as a 2yo.
This beautiful, long striding filly performed a fantastic breeze and came highly recommend by her vendor. As she settles into life at Kingsley Park, we feel sure we'll notice significant improvement in her physically and hopefully, we'll see her progress through the novice ranks to become a high-class performer in 2019 and beyond.
Please see her breeze and 'in hand' video, taken as she arrived at Mark's, in the gallery.
Trainer Update (6th August): She’s performing routine canters each day at home and will be ready to gallop, in preparation for her debut, next week. We are really looking forward to seeing this exciting daughter of Farhh on the racecourse, hopefully towards the end of the month, or just possibly into September, all being well.
PEDIGREE UPDATE (19th June): MOVE SWIFTLY is another Stakes winner for Farhh, with her win in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes at Royal Ascot. The sire is nearly at 19% Stakes winners to runners from his first crop!
The Racing Post recently published a story on the recent success of Farhh progeny. Read it here: https://www.racingpost.com/bloodstock/bloodstock-latest/lack-of-numbers-no-bar-to-subfertile-farrh-s-fine-start-as-a-stallion/380427