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Never out of the frame in eight career runs, three-time winner Double Dealing will be back in training in December. He should be ready to race again in February or March. We know he runs well on the all-weather but Richard is adamant that ‘he’s not just an all-weather horse’. We are looking forward to seeing him run in 2022. We believe he’s a well-handicapped horse that can progress through the handicap and give us another winning season.
He's had his winter break and he's now back in action. 'Physically, he's done really well...stronger than last year...he's in good order and we're pleased with him'. RF
Cantering sweetly, carrying a bit of condition but looks great and a stronger horse this year.
The latest video and trainer commentary - 'he looks extremely well and is in good order', RF.
A strong, well-made, good walking individual..
The son of the Group 1 winning Unfortunately..
Out of a Bahri mare that has produced three multiple winners.
Richard and Robin picked-out this well-made, good-walking, bay colt at the Goffs UK Premier Yearling Sale at Doncaster. At a purchase price of £20,000, he was fantastic value. He is from the first crop of Unfortunately, the winner of the Group 1 Prix Morny, France's Premier Two-Year-Old Race. In 2017, he won it in the second fastest time recorded in the last 50 years. The dam, Broughton's Jewel is an un-raced daughter of the Group 1 Miler, Bahri; she has produced three winners from four runners.
ROCK OPERA - on the all-weather gallop at Musley Bank. 'Starting to thrive, starting to do well...no issues whatsoever'. RF
'He's coming along fine...quite relaxed...getting on with his job...physically he's starting to do well...we're happy with him'. RF
Just a routine canter...'he's in great order, good kind attitude, travelling well and starting to become a racehorse'. (RF)
Rock Opera ran with credit on debut to finish 4th in a 5 furlong contest at Beverley.
A great ride by jockey Paul Hanagan, who brought Rock Opera into the race steadily after experiencing some trouble at the start. He picked up the leaders with a furlong to go and then moved on nicely to win by a length at the finish.
A good looking, racy son of Camacho, a tried-and-tested producer of talented and robust performers..
He's out of a black-type mare that won two races at 2-years, including a Listed Race..
The dam has produced two winners from three foals.
This good looking, racy, bay colt was bought by Richard at the Tatts Ireland September Yearling Sale. He represents outstanding value at £19,000. His sire Camacho is a tried-and-tested producer of talented and robust performers, and a good source of 2-year-old winners. The dam Viletta is a black-type Doyen mare, who achieved a peak BHA rating of 98. She won two races at two years, including a Listed Race. She finished sixth in the 2013 German Oaks. She has produced two winners from three foals.
Working upsides over three furlongs on the AW gallop at Musley Bank. 'He's pretty straightforward and doing it nicely'. RF
He's making good progress and it looks like he's coming to hand early. 'He's doing everything fine...no issues at all...stepping him up and starting to progress'. RF