Contango is by first season sire Casamento and out of Call Later a producer of three winners from three winners to date. He is in training with Andrew Balding but did not run as a two-year-old as he kept growing. However he proved well worth the wait when winning on debut in early June and followed this up to maintain his 100% record at Chester. He completed his hat-trick at Newmarket on 22nd July and is very exciting. His latest run was in the Shergar Cup Classic at Ascot where he just missed out on a four-timer, when second beaten half a length. His current rating is 92.
Cross My Mind is by the top class miler Cape Cross, a leading stallion being father to the great champions Golden Horn, Sea The Stars and super mare Ouija Board.
Her dam won at both two and three-years-old and has produced one winner from just one runner to date.
She is in training with Ralph Beckett, who has a magic touch with fillies and at the moment is well regarded by him. She is will debut on the all-weather in November as we would like to get a run or two into before she heads for a break.
Cuban Heel is from the first crop of the exciting young sire Havana Gold. He was bought at Tattersalls Ireland September Yearling Sale and is in training with Clive Cox.
He made his debut at Newbury in June and on his next start was a promising second at Ascot. He looks to have a bright future and was third at Leicester in mid August. His opening handicap rating is 77.
A good looking colt to be trained by a master at training speedsters Charlie Hills. He was purchased at the Goffs Yearling sale and is currently enjoying his pre-training with Hetta Stevens. We are thrilled to be involved with this colt, whose father, Exceed And Excel is such an outstanding sire and his dam has 100% record of winners so far from her offspring. Hr represents great value and should be an early, speedy sort, but has enough about him to say he will be just as good, if not better at three.
This Fast Company colt to be trained by Andrew Balding at the historic Park House Stables in Kingsclere. Andrew is well known to KVT having been involved with us since he first took out his license. This colt looks a real racy sort who should provide plenty of two-year-old action, but has the package to improve with age too. A real stand out at the sales he has quickly become a favourite for all of us and showed some good speed in the paddocks at Merton Place Stud before heading to pre-training with Hetta Stevens.
This stunning Lethal Force filly will be trained by man of the moment Clive Cox. Our pick of the "Donny" yearlings she is a real athlete, with a great walk and beautiful head. Clive loved her from the moment he saw, and despite us having a bigger budget he was keen for us to buy her. Lethal Force is going from strength to strength and has already sired 21 individual winners (6th November 2017) and her dam, a daughter of Dansili, has produced one winner from one runner. An exciting syndicate to be involved in.
Charlie Hills trains this very good looking son of Born To Sea, the half-brother to Galileo out of wonder broodmare Urban Sea. This colt is the most expensive of his sire's progeny sold at public auction in 2016.
This colts dam has already produced five winners from seven runners and hails from a famous Oppenheimer family.
He made is debut in a decent 6.5 furlong novice at Newbury in June where he was an eye catching 5th and was second on his second start, having led the whole way bar the final yards.
A winner at two, three, four and five Magical Memory is a high class sprinter rated 109. This five-year-old son of Zebedee has now won eight races and some £510,714 of prize money for owners, which makes him KVT's highest ever earner. In 2016 he won two races, including the Duke Of York Stakes (Group 2) and the Abernant Stakes (Group 3) both under Frankie Dettori. He then came a very close 4th in the Diamond Jubilee (Group 1) at Royal Ascot. He has started this current campaign well with a good second in the Duke Of York and won at Haydock on his third start of the season, he then won the Hackwood Stakes (Group 3) at Newbury. He followed this up with a solid 4th in the Group 1 Prix Maurice de Gheest.
This very good looking son of Makfi will be trained by Mark Johnston in Middleham. Mark is a welcome addition to the KVT roster having previously trained stars Gateman and Drumfire. He was purchased at the top sale in Tattersalls Book 1 and is eligible for the valuable £25k bonus should he win a Class 4 maiden or better. His full sister is Listed winner in France and his dams sire, High Chaparral, has recently sired the winner of the Melbourne Cup. In training with a record breaker we have high hopes for this colt.
This well bred filly will be trained by Ralph Beckett and is a daughter of multiple Group 1 winner Mastercraftsman. Ralph is a genius with fillies and this one should be right up his street. Her dam was a pattern performer and winner at two and is a daughter of Teofilo. She is eligible for the Plus10 Bonus and is one to do better with age, although she looks forward enough to be useful as a two-year-old. Purchased at the Goffs Orby Sale she will give her owners the chance to buy into a super pedigree and great value.
William Knight, new to the KVT trainer roster in 2017, trains this great moving filly. By the top class sprinter Royal Applause and out of a three-time winning daughter of Galileo, Royal Wave looks a class act. William trains the winning half-brother Solar Flair so has a good handle on this family. William has started the 2017 season with a bang and likes what he has seen so far of this filly who made her debut in June. She will improve for this first run, where she was particularly green and will come on fitness wise. He second run was in horrible conditions at Glorious Goodwood and she hated the very soft ground. She will make her handicap debut at Chelmsford in November having had a bit of a break.
A great looking son of the Champion first crop sire in 2016 this Sir Prancealot colt will be trained by William Knight. He was Luke and Sam's pick of the Tattersalls Ireland Yearling Sale and once they had seen him they knew they had to buy him and Luke has never been so excited as he was when the hammer fell for this one. William also loved this colt, whose dam is well-known for producing early, tough sorts. Representing excellent value this colt will give his owners a lot of action, fun and we expect success next year.
White Turf is by Clodovil, the French 2,000 Guineas-winning son of Danehill. His dam, Holda, has produced three winners including Andrew Balding's Group 2 winning filly Blond Me.
Andrew Balding trains him and he is developing into a beautiful grey who moves effortlessly.