She ran well above average on the Flat, having won 3 races in 2020, under the care of Mark Johnston. She looked a thorough stayer, by the way she has swooped late, powering clear in the final furlong of her 1m4f and 1m 6f races.
Here she is winning on the flat:
Her sire, Farhh has produced the high-class stayers Wells Farrh Go and Dee Ex Bee, amongst others so she we always thought that she would relish the opportunity to go up in trip. Read all about her sire here: https://www.darleyeurope.com/stallions/our-stallions/farhh.
Under National Hunt rules, she benefits from both the juvenile and mares’ allowances in races over hurdles and she switched stables at the end of the Flat season, to pursue that career, in the care of Donald McCain, getting off to the best possible start, as you can see:
Racing Update: She now heads for the Grade 1 Juvenile hurdle at Aintree. She’s already a listed winner, so will retain her black type forever. Unbeaten over hurdles, a perfect three from three, she’s just the ideal horse to own, for any National Hunt enthusiast, or anyone wishing to get involved in a high class, dual purpose horse.