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Aintree
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  2. 13:50 - 3m 149y (14 ran)
  3. 14:25 - 3m 210y (7 ran)
  4. 15:00 - 2m 3f 200y (8 ran)
  5. 15:35 - 2m 4f (12 ran)
  6. 16:10 - 2m 4f (7 ran)
  7. 16:45 - 3m 210y (7 ran)
  8. 17:20 - 2m 209y (18 ran)
Wincanton
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  2. 13:00 - 1m 7f 50y (7 ran)
  3. 13:35 - 2m 4f 35y (5 ran)
  4. 14:10 - 2m 5f 82y (4 ran)
  5. 14:45 - 3m 2f 162y (6 ran)
  6. 15:20 - 2m 5f 82y (11 ran)
  7. 15:55 - 1m 7f 50y (8 ran)
  8. 16:30 - 1m 7f 50y (7 ran)
Galway (IRE)
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  2. 13:10 - 2m 11y (10 ran)
  3. 13:42 - 2m 6f 111y (11 ran)
  4. 14:17 - 2m 6f 111y (8 ran)
  5. 14:52 - 2m 6f 111y (13 ran)
  6. 15:27 - 2m 4f 156y (4 ran)
  7. 16:02 - 2m 5f 100y (13 ran)
  8. 16:37 - 2m 11y (8 ran)
  9. 17:10 - 2m 11y (13 ran)
Wexford (IRE)
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  2. 13:25 - 2m 4f 150y (13 ran)
  3. 14:00 - 2m 4f 150y (7 ran)
  4. 14:35 - 2m (14 ran)
  5. 15:10 - 2m 4f 150y (14 ran)
  6. 15:45 - 2m 4f (6 ran)
  7. 16:20 - 2m 4f (11 ran)
  8. 16:55 - 2m (11 ran)
Busan (South Korea)
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  2. 04:10 - 4f 214y (10 ran)
  3. 05:30 - 7f 210y (11 ran)
  4. 06:25 - 5f 212y (11 ran)
  5. 07:25 - 6f 211y (12 ran)
  6. 08:30 - 1m 209y (10 ran)
  7. 09:30 - 7f 210y (12 ran)
Enghien (France)
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  2. 15:07 - 1m 2f 151y (11 ran)
  3. 15:42 - 1m 2f 151y (13 ran)
  4. 16:17 - 1m 2f 151y (9 ran)
  5. 16:52 - 1m 2f 151y (11 ran)
  6. 17:25 - 1m 6f 64y (16 ran)
  7. 17:55 - 1m 3f 40y (14 ran)
  8. 18:25 - 1m 2f 151y (15 ran)
  9. 18:55 - 1m 2f 151y (12 ran)
Greyville (RSA)
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  2. 11:40 - 6f 211y (12 ran)
  3. 12:15 - 6f 211y (11 ran)
  4. 12:50 - 5f 212y (7 ran)
  5. 13:25 - 5f 212y (7 ran)
  6. 14:00 - 4f 214y (7 ran)
  7. 14:35 - 1m 209y (10 ran)
  8. 15:10 - 1m 99y (12 ran)
  9. 15:45 - 7f 210y (12 ran)
ParisLongchamp (France)
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  2. 12:23 - 1m 1f 43y (7 ran)
  3. 12:58 - 1m 1f 43y (6 ran)
  4. 13:33 - 1m 2f 205y (10 ran)
  5. 14:15 - 1m 2f 205y (16 ran)
  6. 14:50 - 1m 7f 90y (12 ran)
  7. 15:25 - 6f 211y (11 ran)
  8. 16:00 - 1m 2f 205y (10 ran)
  9. 16:35 - 7f 209y (14 ran)
  10. 17:10 - 7f 209y (13 ran)
Salon-De-Provence (France)
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  2. 10:35 - 1m 3f 40y (16 ran)
  3. 11:05 - 1m 3f 40y (12 ran)
  4. 11:35 - 1m 3f 40y (14 ran)
  5. 12:05 - 1m 3f 40y (9 ran)
  6. 12:40 - 1m 6f 200y (18 ran)
  7. 13:15 - 1m 6f 200y (10 ran)
  8. 13:50 - 1m 3f 40y (11 ran)
  9. 14:32 - 1m 3f 40y (13 ran)
Seoul (South Korea)
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  2. 02:45 - 4f 214y (12 ran)
  3. 03:10 - 5f 212y (12 ran)
  4. 03:40 - 5f 212y (12 ran)
  5. 04:50 - 6f 211y (12 ran)
  6. 06:00 - 6f 211y (12 ran)
  7. 06:55 - 5f 212y (12 ran)
  8. 07:55 - 5f 212y (12 ran)
  9. 09:00 - 1m 1f 208y (15 ran)
  10. 10:00 - 1m 209y (12 ran)
Sha Tin (Hong Kong)
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  2. 06:00 - 5f (14 ran)
  3. 06:30 - 6f (12 ran)
  4. 07:00 - 7f (14 ran)
  5. 07:30 - 7f (14 ran)
  6. 08:00 - 1m (14 ran)
  7. 08:35 - 1m (12 ran)
  8. 09:05 - 7f (14 ran)
  9. 09:35 - 6f (12 ran)
  10. 10:10 - 6f (12 ran)
  11. 10:45 - 7f (13 ran)
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Belmont Park (USA)
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  2. R1 (17:35) - 1m 110y (8 ran)
  3. R2 (18:09) - 6f 110y (6 ran)
  4. R3 (18:41) - 7f (9 ran)
  5. R4 (19:13) - 1m 110y (5 ran)
  6. R5 (19:43) - 1m 110y (9 ran)
  7. R6 (20:15) - 1m 110y (12 ran)
  8. R7 (20:47) - 6f (7 ran)
  9. R8 (21:21) - 1m 110y (9 run)
  10. R9 (21:52) - 1m 4f (5 run)
  11. R10 (22:23) - 6f (11 run)
Golden Gate Fields (USA)
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  4. R3 (22:20) - 1m (4 run)
  5. R4 (22:51) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  6. R5 (23:21) - 5f (8 run)
  7. R6 (23:52) - 1m 110y (7 run)
  8. R7 (00:25) - 5f 110y (9 run)
  9. R8 (00:55) - 1m 110y (6 run)
  10. R9 (01:27) - 5f 110y (7 run)
Gulfstream (USA)
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  2. R1 (17:50) - 1m 1f (6 ran)
  3. R2 (18:22) - 6f (5 ran)
  4. R3 (18:53) - 1m 110y (6 ran)
  5. R4 (19:28) - 6f (7 ran)
  6. R5 (19:59) - 5f 110y (12 ran)
  7. R6 (20:30) - 1m 110y (6 ran)
  8. R7 (21:02) - 7f (6 ran)
  9. R8 (21:34) - 1m 70y (9 run)
  10. R9 (22:06) - 1m (8 run)
Hawthorne (USA)
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  2. R1 (21:10) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  3. R2 (21:38) - 5f 110y (8 run)
  4. R3 (22:06) - 1m (7 run)
  5. R4 (22:34) - 6f (7 run)
  6. R5 (23:02) - 1m 110y (6 run)
  7. R6 (23:30) - 6f (7 run)
  8. R7 (23:58) - 6f (9 run)
  9. R8 (00:26) - 1m 110y (7 run)
Keeneland (USA)
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  2. R1 (18:00) - 6f (5 ran)
  3. R2 (18:32) - 5f 110y (11 ran)
  4. R3 (19:04) - 6f (10 ran)
  5. R4 (19:36) - 6f (8 ran)
  6. R5 (20:08) - 5f 110y (7 ran)
  7. R6 (20:40) - 1m 110y (6 ran)
  8. R7 (21:12) - 1m 4f (10 run)
  9. R8 (21:44) - 1m 110y (6 run)
  10. R9 (22:16) - 1m (12 run)
Mountaineer (USA)
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  2. R1 (00:00) - 6f (7 run)
  3. R2 (00:25) - 1m (7 run)
  4. R3 (00:50) - 5f 110y (6 run)
  5. R4 (01:15) - 5f (8 run)
  6. R5 (01:40) - 1m 110y (8 run)
  7. R6 (02:05) - 6f (8 run)
  8. R7 (02:30) - 5f 110y (6 run)
  9. R8 (02:55) - 6f (9 run)
Santa Anita (USA)
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  2. R1 (21:00) - 6f (7 ran)
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  4. R3 (22:01) - 1m (5 run)
  5. R4 (22:35) - 6f (8 run)
  6. R5 (23:06) - 6f (6 run)
  7. R6 (23:37) - 6f (7 run)
  8. R7 (00:08) - 1m (6 run)
  9. R8 (00:40) - 6f (5 run)
  10. R9 (01:12) - 6f (11 run)
Woodbine (USA)
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  2. R1 (17:55) - 1m 110y (7 ran)
  3. R2 (18:26) - 5f 110y (9 ran)
  4. R3 (18:57) - 5f 110y (8 ran)
  5. R4 (19:27) - 1m (13 ran)
  6. R5 (20:02) - 7f (12 ran)
  7. R6 (20:32) - 1m 110y (7 ran)
  8. R7 (21:04) - 6f (9 run)
  9. R8 (21:37) - 6f 110y (9 run)
  10. R9 (22:09) - 5f (8 run)
  11. R10 (22:44) - 7f (13 run)

Antony Brittain Stable Tour
17 Oct 2020

By Simon Mapletoft

Only eight trainers saddled more winners than Antony Brittain last season but none could match his remarkable strike rate of winners to runners.  

The unassuming York handler won with 67 per cent of his performers during the official All-Weather Championships Season 7 – a staggering 22 per cent better than his nearest rival among the winning-most handlers, Richard Hughes.  

Now Brittain, buoyed by a squad of proven campaigners and promising new talent, is relishing further success throughout the new season after beating his previous best annual score of 28 and reaching 100 career winners in mid-October.  

“Most of my horses are at their best on the All-Weather but we never set out to specialise. It’s just evolved that way,” he says. “We keep them sweet at home and let them do their racing on the track – it’s as simple as that.”  

Since taking over from his late father Mel Brittain five years ago, the Warthill handler has wound down the breeding operation at Northgate Lodge which has made him less reliant on homebreds making the grade on the track.  

He hasn’t yet found anything to emulate Mel’s Group-winning sprinter Grey Desire, but with the help of bloodstock agent David McGreavy, Brittain has recruited a string of shrewd purchases from the horses in training sales including Shadwell cast-offs Tathmeen, Mutabaahy and Daafr, who have won 16 races between them.  

Brittain, who splits his time between training and running the steel business his father ran so successfully, puts much of his success down to the experience of his long-serving staff – head lad Neil Jordan, travelling head lad Ron Forsyth and racing manager Garry Marshall.  

“They worked for my dad and have been here for as long as I can remember,” adds Brittain, whose horses carry the familiar maroon and gold checks that were synonymous with his father’s runners for several decades. “Between them they are vastly knowledgeable and are an invaluable part of the team here.”  

A comment that applies to the trainer’s ambitious young stable jockey Cam Hardie, who is itching to get back in the saddle after sustaining a shoulder injury in a fall. “Cam is very passionate about our horses and is a true team player, so he fits in very well,” he adds.  

“He deserves the chance to ride better horses for bigger yards and if that chance comes along I wouldn’t stand in his way. My dad helped Alan Munro and David Allan take their careers to a high level and no one would be happier than me to see Cam ride some big Saturday winners.”  

Brittain also relies on the burgeoning talent of apprentices Harry Russell – based in nearby Malton with Brian Ellison - and teenager Angus Villiers, whose first seven rides for the yard yielded a remarkable four winners.  

Here Brittain nominates 12 of his horses to follow this winter.

Older Horses
2914426
Another Angel
IRE
6
b
Kermana
Dark Angel
g
6 b g Dark Angel - Kermana
All his seven wins have come over the 5f at Newcastle – he loves the place and always gives his all. That stiff finish really seems to play to his strengths but he hasn’t been as affective over 6f, even though the jockeys always struggle to pull him up after the line over 5! His first win for me was off just 54 and he’s now operating off 75. He had a knee operation last winter but has won since and ran a lovely race at Newcastle at the beginning of October.
2920832
Canford Bay
IRE
6
b
Maundays Bay
Canford Cliffs
g
6 b g Canford Cliffs - Maundays Bay
He’s been a revelation for his syndicate Northgate Racing, winning eight times already. He’s always competitive off marks in the high 70s and low 80s on turf and the All-Weather and has run some solid races in higher grades. Cam (Hardie) felt he was getting a bit stuffy in his races and not finding as much as he promised so we’ve decided to give him a wind operation and bring him back before Christmas. Hopefully it will help him find a few more pounds of improvement.
2940185
International Law
GB
6
gr
Cruel Sea
Exceed and Excel
g
6 gr g Exceed and Excel - Cruel Sea
Jon Jarvis, who has a few horses with me, part owns this gelding who has been such a lot of fun. He came from Brian Meehan three years ago for 30,000gns and has won five for us – four of them at Wolverhampton. I’ve re-invented him recently, stepping him up from around 1m to 1m4f, and he stays the trip really well, especially around Dunstall Park, as he proved when winning for young Harry Russell at the beginning of October. He’s a smooth traveller who has always looked like a stayer physically, but he’s not short of speed so I wouldn’t hesitate in dropping him back in trip if the right race came along.
2963242
Drakefell
IRE
5
b
Cake
Canford Cliffs
h
5 b h Canford Cliffs - Cake
This 5yo had 16 months off with a knee problem but has come back as good as ever and was unlucky not to win a Class 3 handicap over 5f at Southwell on his comeback run at the end of August. He’s run well at Chelmsford since then – a track we only send runners to if we think we have a big chance as it’s a long journey. Drakefell, who came to us from Richard Hannon, starts the new season on his last winning mark.
2963096
Mutabaahy
IRE
5
b
Habaayib
Oasis Dream
g
5 b g Oasis Dream - Habaayib
Another one from Shadwell, he was bought for me by David McGreavy for just 7,000gns and has served us really well. He’s won six times in my colours now, five of those coming on the All-Weather, and thrives when he can challenge late off a strong pace. He used to be a slow starter until we took the hood off him and seems to have been reinvigorated without it. There’s no doubt he’s fairly treated on his All-Weather form earlier in the year.
2963108
Tathmeen
IRE
5
b
Deyaar
Exceed and Excel
g
5 b g Exceed and Excel - Deyaar
David McGreavy bought this lad from Shadwell for 13,000gns at the July Sales at Tattersalls in 2018 and he’s won me six races. He was in the form of his life last winter, winning three times over the minimum trip at Newcastle, but hasn’t reproduced that ability on turf this summer. He’s back on his last winning mark now though and with a record of six from 26 on the All-Weather I’m convinced there’s more to come from him.
2992922
Thawry
GB
5
b
Salacia
Iffraaj
g
5 b g Iffraaj - Salacia
Young Angus Villiers won on him by half the track on his debut at Southwell at the beginning of October. It seems he can produce that kind of performance when he’s in the mood or get himself tailed off; he’s got loads of ability but is a bit of an enigma. He seemed to relish the Fibresand that day so it opens up a few options, but also acts well around Wolverhampton and gets 1m4f very well. He’ll be high enough in the handicap for the winter season after a 10lb rise for his Southwell win but I’m hopeful he can do it again.
3027775
Daafr
IRE
4
b
Kitty Love
Invincible Spirit
g
4 b g Invincible Spirit - Kitty Love
One of our bargain buys from Shadwell, he’s won four times for us on the All-Weather now. He’s not the most consistent and rarely runs two good races back to back but I still don’t think we’ve got to the bottom of him, you know. He likes to get his own way in his races, whether he leads or travels close up, so we tend to let him do his own thing. Cam (Hardie) was beaten only a neck on him at Chelmsford City in September and Harry (Russell) gave him a lovely ride to win over 8.5f at Wolverhampton the other day.
3020415
Klopp
GB
4
b
Caranbola
Monsieur Bond
f
4 b f Monsieur Bond - Caranbola
She’s one of our homebreds and gets her name from the great man himself (football manager Jurgen Klopp) as I’m a big Liverpool fan, so it was great that she got me my 100th winner when she won at Wolverhampton for Harry (Russell) in mid-October. The stiff finish at Newcastle really suits her and she’s won three times there over 5f, too. She had a few niggles this year but we’ve given her time. She’d been working well prior to winning again and has come back off a competitive mark.
Three Year Olds
3117027
Abnaa
GB
3
b
Along Came Casey
Dark Angel
c
3 b c Dark Angel - Along Came Casey
I bought this 3yo son of Dark Angel from Shadwell for just 8,000gns and am hoping he proves another bargain. He showed signs of ability in three runs for Brian Meehan, notably when third in a 7f novice at Chelmsford City in October last year, but had some issues and hasn’t raced since. He’d already been gelded when we got him in August and I’m hoping he proves well handicapped off an opening mark of 67. His half-sister Feliciana De Vega won a Listed race on the Polytrack in France for Ralph Beckett.
3112097
Raabeh
GB
3
b
Twinkle Twinkle
Showcasing
g
3 b g Showcasing - Twinkle Twinkle
Like Abnaa, this 3yo came from Brian Meehan in August for just 2,000gns. He’s only had three runs, without showing much, and probably got lost a bit in a bigger yard. He’s well bred, by Showcasing out of an Exceed And Excel mare who was placed on the All-Weather. We’ll target those low-grade sprint handicaps with him in the hope he can prove competitive off a mark of just 56.
Two Year Olds
3198506
Mondammej
GB
2
b
Lamps Of Heaven
Lope De Vega
g
2 b g Lope De Vega - Lamps Of Heaven
This colt was knocked down to us for just 4,000gns at the August Sales at Tattersalls. He came from Roger Varian’s but hadn’t made it to the racecourse. A 3yo gelding by Lope De Vega, he’s sprint bred out of a dam who won over 5f on the Fibresand. He cost 325,000gns as a yearling and looks a nice horse. We’ve bought five horses from Shadwell Stud for cheap money and they’ve won us over 20 races, so I’m hoping he can keep the good run going.
3222513
Stamford Bridge
GB
2
b
Caranbola
Albaasil
c
2 b c Albaasil - Caranbola
In case you were wondering, this colt isn’t named after Chelsea’s football stadium. I’m a Liverpool fan remember! He shares his name with the neighbouring village and is one of the few homebreds we still have in racing. His dam, Caranbola, was a wonderful race mare for my dad, winning nine times, and he certainly shows enough potential at home to suggest he can win races once he’s qualified for handicaps.
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