Tag: Newton Abbot

Chance It and some other news

CHANCE IT has been entered to run at Newton Abbot on Saturday afternoon (1st September) when the first race will be at 1.55 p.m. He is in the final race of the afternoon, at 5.25, which is a handicap hurdle over 2 miles 5 furlongs. There are 21 entries and he has been given a […]

Photos from Newton Abbot

Here are some photos taken at Newton Abbot last Wednesday, 15th of August. As usual, thanks to Mary Fishwick for saving and sharing these memorable moments. Frost racing Club runners Archie Rice and Chance It, both looking immaculate as always. Archie going into his 91st but sadly final race… Bogoss Du Perret with Will Kennedy […]

Very sad news…

I am very sad to report that ARCHIE RICE suffered an injury in yesterday’s race which proved to be fatal. The yard is a very sombre place today and he will be greatly missed by everyone. We have always referred to him as the ‘flag bearer’ for the Club and he was a great favourite […]

Racing Club Update

News of another horse who will be running in the Club’s name and colours – CHANCE IT (IRE) is an 8 year old bay gelding who has just come over from Ireland. He is by Tajraasi (USA) out of Lafanta (IRE) who is by Oscar (IRE). Although still a maiden, he has experience over both […]

Photos from Newton Abbot

ARCHIE RICE and Philippa in the Charity Race

A huge ‘Thank you’ to Mary Fishwick for sharing some pictures of Ice Konig and Archie Rice from yesterday races at Newton Abbot.   Also have a look at these tweets from South-West Racing Club: Ice Konig for @FrostRacingClub @NewtonAbbotRace today pic.twitter.com/qjU9jL2cbc — southwestracingclub (@swracingclub1) July 6, 2018 Philippa Hyne of the @FrostRacingClub at todays […]

Bee An Aristocrat and Ice Konig photos

09.05.2018 - Bee An Aristocrat and Bryony at Newton Abbot

A near perfect day at Newton Abbot yesterday with Bee An Aristocrat ridden by Bryony coming in a good second and Ice Konig ridden by Alexander Thorne (7) finishing very well behind him in 3rd, in a big field of 17. Enjoy some nice pics of the day taken and shared by Mary Fishwick.  

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