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  1. 18:45 - Toulouse, 1m 1f 207y
  2. 18:56 - Fort Erie, 6f
  3. 19:00 - Newcastle, 5f
  4. 19:08 - Finger Lakes, 1m 70y
  5. 19:09 - Mahoning Valley, 1m
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  1. 18:30 - Newcastle, 7f 14y
  2. 18:28 - Fort Erie, 1m 110y
  3. 18:15 - Toulouse, 1m 1f 207y
  4. 18:12 - Mahoning Valley, 6f
  5. 18:10 - Finger Lakes, 1m 70y
Ayr
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  2. 13:20 - 2m 4f 100y (6 ran)
  3. 13:55 - 2m (9 ran)
  4. 14:30 - 2m 4f 110y (4 ran)
  5. 15:05 - 3m 70y (8 ran)
  6. 15:40 - 3m 20y (3 ran)
  7. 16:15 - 2m 3f 110y (7 ran)
  8. 16:50 - 2m 3f 110y (7 ran)
  9. 17:20 - 2m (11 ran)
Leicester
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  2. 13:40 - 7f (12 ran)
  3. 14:15 - 6f (10 ran)
  4. 14:50 - 6f (6 ran)
  5. 15:25 - 7f (10 ran)
  6. 16:00 - 1m 53y (6 ran)
  7. 16:35 - 5f (7 ran)
  8. 17:10 - 1m 3f 179y (18 ran)
Newcastle
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  2. 16:55 - 1m 4f 98y (9 ran)
  3. 17:25 - 1m 2f 42y (13 ran)
  4. 18:00 - 1m 5y (6 ran)
  5. 18:30 - 7f 14y (14 ran)
  6. 19:00 - 5f (11 run)
  7. 19:30 - 1m 5y (11 run)
  8. 20:00 - 7f 14y (12 run)
  9. 20:30 - 7f 14y (12 run)
Redcar
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  2. 13:00 - 5f 217y (15 ran)
  3. 13:30 - 5f 217y (19 ran)
  4. 14:05 - 7f 219y (8 ran)
  5. 14:40 - 1m 1f (9 ran)
  6. 15:15 - 1m 2f 1y (13 ran)
  7. 15:50 - 7f (8 ran)
  8. 16:25 - 5f 217y (10 ran)
  9. 17:00 - 5f 217y (12 ran)
Galway (IRE)
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  2. 13:35 - 1m 73y (7 ran)
  3. 14:10 - 1m 73y (17 ran)
  4. 14:45 - 7f (6 ran)
  5. 15:20 - 7f (10 ran)
  6. 15:55 - 7f (16 ran)
  7. 16:30 - 1m 3f 180y (13 ran)
  8. 17:05 - 1m 3f 180y (17 ran)
  9. 17:35 - 1m 3f 180y (18 ran)
Wexford (IRE)
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  2. 13:10 - 2m 100y (13 ran)
  3. 13:45 - 2m 100y (10 ran)
  4. 14:20 - 2m 100y (12 ran)
  5. 14:55 - 2m 4f (12 ran)
  6. 15:30 - 2m 7f (4 ran)
  7. 16:05 - 2m (13 ran)
  8. 16:40 - 2m 100y (9 ran)
Marseille-borely (France)
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  2. 12:50 - 1m 2f 96y (16 ran)
  3. 13:25 - 7f 209y (6 ran)
  4. 14:00 - 1m 208y (7 ran)
  5. 14:35 - 7f 209y (7 ran)
  6. 15:10 - 1m 208y (6 ran)
  7. 15:45 - 7f 209y (13 ran)
  8. 16:20 - 1m 2f 96y (10 ran)
  9. 16:55 - 1m 2f 96y (11 ran)
Strasbourg (France)
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  2. 10:50 - 1m 5f 202y (13 ran)
  3. 11:20 - 1m 5f 202y (14 ran)
  4. 11:50 - 1m 5f 202y (10 ran)
  5. 12:25 - 1m 5f 202y (11 ran)
  6. 13:07 - 1m 5f 202y (14 ran)
  7. 13:42 - 1m 5f 202y (13 ran)
  8. 14:17 - 1m 5f 202y (18 ran)
  9. 14:52 - 1m 5f 202y (13 ran)
Toulouse (France)
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  2. 15:27 - 7f 209y (13 ran)
  3. 16:02 - 7f 209y (9 ran)
  4. 16:37 - 7f 209y (7 ran)
  5. 17:10 - 1m 3f 204y (8 ran)
  6. 17:45 - 1m 2f 205y (7 ran)
  7. 18:15 - 1m 1f 207y (9 ran)
  8. 18:45 - 1m 1f 207y (10 run)
  9. 19:15 - 1m 6f 200y (8 run)
Vaal (RSA)
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  2. 12:05 - 7f 210y (9 ran)
  3. 12:40 - 7f 210y (11 ran)
  4. 13:15 - 1m 1f 208y (7 ran)
  5. 13:50 - 1m 1f 208y (12 ran)
  6. 14:25 - 7f 101y (7 ran)
  7. 15:00 - Abandoned
  8. 15:35 - Abandoned
  9. 16:10 - Abandoned
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Finger Lakes (USA)
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  2. R1 (18:10) - 1m 70y (7 ran)
  3. R2 (18:39) - 1m 70y (7 ran)
  4. R3 (19:08) - 1m 70y (6 run)
  5. R4 (19:37) - 6f (5 run)
  6. R5 (20:06) - 6f (6 run)
  7. R6 (20:35) - 6f (9 run)
  8. R7 (21:04) - 6f (5 run)
  9. R8 (21:33) - 6f (8 run)
  10. R9 (22:02) - 1m 70y (7 run)
  11. R10 (22:31) - 1m 70y (10 run)
Fort Erie (USA)
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  2. R1 (18:00) - 5f 110y (5 ran)
  3. R2 (18:28) - 1m 110y (6 ran)
  4. R3 (18:56) - 6f (7 run)
  5. R4 (19:24) - 6f (8 run)
  6. R5 (19:52) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  7. R6 (20:20) - 5f 110y (6 run)
  8. R7 (20:48) - 6f (7 run)
  9. R8 (21:16) - 6f 110y (6 run)
  10. R9 (21:44) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  11. R10 (22:12) - 5f (8 run)
Mahoning Valley (USA)
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  2. R1 (17:45) - 5f 110y (10 ran)
  3. R2 (18:12) - 6f (7 ran)
  4. R3 (18:40) - 6f (6 ran)
  5. R4 (19:09) - 1m (7 run)
  6. R5 (19:36) - 6f (7 run)
  7. R6 (20:04) - 6f (10 run)
  8. R7 (20:33) - 6f (11 run)
  9. R8 (21:02) - 6f (12 run)
Mountaineer (USA)
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  2. R1 (00:00) - 1m (8 run)
  3. R2 (00:25) - 5f (9 run)
  4. R3 (00:50) - 5f (6 run)
  5. R4 (01:15) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  6. R5 (01:40) - 5f (7 run)
  7. R6 (02:05) - 4f 110y (7 run)
  8. R7 (02:30) - 1m 70y (8 run)
  9. R8 (02:55) - 6f (10 run)
Yonkers Harness (USA)
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  2. R1 (00:15) - 1m (8 run)
  3. R2 (00:35) - 1m (8 run)
  4. R3 (00:55) - 1m (8 run)
  5. R4 (01:15) - 1m (8 run)
  6. R5 (01:35) - 1m (8 run)
  7. R6 (01:55) - 1m (8 run)
  8. R7 (02:15) - 1m (8 run)
  9. R8 (02:35) - 1m (8 run)
  10. R9 (02:55) - 1m (8 run)
  11. R10 (03:15) - 1m (8 run)
  12. R11 (03:35) - 1m (8 run)
  13. R12 (03:55) - 1m (8 run)
Zia Park (USA)
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  2. R1 (19:30) - 3f 210y (7 run)
  3. R2 (19:57) - 1f 80y (10 run)
  4. R3 (20:24) - 1f 180y (10 run)
  5. R4 (20:51) - 1f 180y (9 run)
  6. R5 (21:18) - 5f 110y (7 run)
  7. R6 (21:45) - 5f (7 run)
  8. R7 (22:12) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  9. R8 (22:39) - 6f 110y (7 run)
  10. R9 (23:06) - 6f (6 run)
  11. R10 (23:33) - 1m (8 run)
  12. R11 (00:00) - 1m (10 run)

Kevin Philippart De Foy Stable Tour
04 Feb 2021

Few new trainers can boast a better CV than young Belgian Kevin Philippart De Foy, who is already making a name for himself just weeks after sending out his first runner from Machell Place Stables in Newmarket.

The 29-year-old from Brussels began February with a strike rate of 37 per cent, having sent out seven winners from his first 19 runners on the All-Weather.

De Foy spent almost five years with Group 1-winning trainer James Fanshawe following spells with Christophe Clement Stateside and the great Criquette Head-Maarek in France, where he rode work on dual Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe heroine Treve.

Assisted by his mother Brigitte Jacques, who rode around 500 winners in Belgium, France and other European countries, De Foy has made an instant impact since moving into the yard vacated by Ed Vaughan before Christmas.

“I couldn’t be happier with the start we’ve made,” he says, with a much better command of the English language than he gives himself credit for. “We began sourcing horses early last year as it was important to do well quickly. It’s been my ambition to train racehorses from a very young age and everything I’ve done since leaving school has been geared up to making it happen.”

After gaining experience in the saddle as a showjumper and event rider in Belgium, he began riding out for Mme Head-Maarek during his school holidays and went on to spend five informative years in Chantilly.

“Criquette was a great teacher and took me under her wing. It was very exciting to be part of Treve’s success. She was a small, spooky filly as a juvenile – narrow and weak and with a tendency to whip round.

“Criquette was patient with her, as she was with all her horses, but it wasn’t until we worked her on the grass as a three-year-old with a group of other horses that we realised what we’d got. She pulled about 10 lengths clear of the rest on the bridle – it was amazing. The filly went straight from a conditions race to winning the French Oaks on her way to winning her two Arcs.”

In 2014 Mme Head-Maarek encouraged De Foy to move on and further his education with her fellow countryman Christophe Clement in Florida. “It was an incredible time to be with Christophe,” he recalls. “He won the Belmont Stakes with Tonalist and saddled over 100 winners in my first year there.

“Christophe was very competitive with a great work ethic – it was 24/7 - but like Criquette, his attention to detail was second to none. He was brilliant with legs and the general health of his horses and unlike most trainers in the US preferred to run his horses medication-free.”

Getting to know prominent owner Dr Catherine Wills around that time opened the door to De Foy’s next move to join Fanshawe at his historic Pegasus Stables in Newmarket. “Catherine has had horses with James for many years and I was really keen to work in England. Charlie Fellowes had been a pupil assistant there before starting out on his own and it proved to be a fantastic five years.

“We had top level success with The Tin Man, Speedy Boarding and Audarya – it was a wonderful time. James was great at explaining and discussing his techniques. He’s so patient with his horses and trains them all as individuals. He lets a horse tell him when it’s ready to go to the races and that’s something that’s stayed with me.”

During his time with Fanshawe, De Foy also struck up a close friendship with former jockey Freddy Tylicki, who has been working closely with the team to source new talent at the sales. “Freddy and I had some wonderful times travelling overseas with Speedy Boarding and winning those Group 1s. We have become very close friends and it’s a pleasure that he’s involved.”

As well as making an instant impact as a trainer, De Foy has played a key role in the emergence of talented young apprentice Benoit De La Sayette (based with John Gosden), giving him four of his first seven winners. “Benoit’s father Geoffrey is a talented horseman in his own right and works for James. I’ve known Benoit since we used to take him pony racing so to give him his first winner was very special. I do think he will be champion apprentice one day.”

De Foy, who has around 25 horses in his care, is targeting 50 winners by the end of the year and has an ambition to one day train a Royal Ascot winner. Here, he discusses 10 members of his team with Simon Mapletoft that Kevin hopes will add to his tally in the coming weeks.

Older Horses
3008410
Almost You
FR
6
b
Almohades
Youmzain
m
6 b m Youmzain - Almohades
This mare had won in the French provinces and we got it right first time with her when she won over 1m4f at the end of January, with Benoit De La Sayette in the saddle. She had run at small tracks with no stalls and no inside rail so it was a bit different for her at Kempton Park. She won off 50 and though she has gone up 6lb I’m hopeful she can build on that in small handicaps. She will stay further so going up in trip is an option.
2992839
Heptathlete
IRE
6
gr
Jessica Ennis
Mount Nelson
m
6 gr m Mount Nelson - Jessica Ennis
This mare had had a lot of racing when she came to me, finishing second in very competitive handicaps at the big Paris tracks, so we knew a lot about her capabilities and she has been beautifully ridden to win twice. Benoit won on her in a 7f handicap at Wolverhampton in early January and Laura Pearson followed up over the same trip at Lingfield. I’m not sure how much more improvement I can get out of this six-year-old but she is thriving right now.
3111476
Ephemeral
IRE
5
bay
Mycenae
Footstepsinthesand
f
5 bay f Footstepsinthesand - Mycenae
She is a sister to Minster, a horse I have in training for Dr Catherine Wills. She hinted at ability in France before getting injured and will be ready to run in early March. I’m still trying to figure out her ideal trip but will probably start over 10f. She’s a well-balanced filly so running her on one of the sharper All-Weather tracks won’t be a problem. I’m keen to try and get a win on the board as soon as possible so won’t be wasting runs.
3037708
Greek Kodiac
IRE
5
b
Greek Easter
Kodiac
g
5 b g Kodiac - Greek Easter
He won for me over 7f at Newcastle over the Christmas period on his first start since leaving Micky Quinn. Then I ran him over the same trip at Southwell on that deeper surface but he found it too sharp. He needs a stiffer test so I plan on running him over 1m on the Fibresand. Cieren Fallon has won on him and gets on well with the horse.
3108138
Hint Of Stars
IRE
4
ch
Rosenreihe
Sea The Stars
g
4 ch g Sea The Stars - Rosenreihe
He came from Jessie Harrington and gave Benoit De La Sayette his first winner when he won at Newcastle in December, when he saw out the extended 1m4f very well. I wasn’t surprised when he followed up over a similar trip at Kempton Park at the end of January to earn a rating of 80. He’s from a classy German family who stayed well and I’m very much looking forward to stepping him up to 1m6f.
3184165
Lady Ironside
IRE
4
g
Expedience
Lawman
f
4 g f Lawman - Expedience
This filly began her career with Willie McCreery in Ireland, running one of her best races in a 1m4f handicap in heavy ground at The Curragh in November. I aim to keep her to that trip and will be ready to go with her soon. I was looking at a 1m3f race at Kempton Park which may come too soon, so I’ll wait and go another furlong. I’d like to think she is well enough handicapped off 69 to give us some fun.
3196802
Like Sugar
GB
4
ch
Ivory Gala
Showcasing
f
4 ch f Showcasing - Ivory Gala
This long striding filly should have done better at Newcastle last month but they went very slow and she never stopped fighting with Jack Mitchell, so I’m prepared to put a line through that. She’s been much more settled in her work at home and I plan to run her next over 1m at Kempton Park. She needs a strong gallop and will be much more effective when she gets a race run to suit.
3147803
Minster
IRE
4
ch
Mycenae
Mastercraftsman
g
4 ch g Mastercraftsman - Mycenae
Owned by Dr Catherine Wills, this gelding has been a very slow learner but is improving with racing. He remains very lightly raced and Tom Marquand, who finished fourth on him at Newcastle last month, was very constructive about him. He’s related to a 2m Flat winner and will appreciate a step up in distance himself in due course.
Three Year Olds
3225973
Sealed Offer
GB
3
b
Royal Seal
Lethal Force
f
3 b f Lethal Force - Royal Seal
It was great to win a juvenile novice with this filly at the first time of asking before Christmas. I’m looking forward to bringing her back as a three-year-old in handicaps. She’s strengthened up a lot and I believe she has what it takes to progress through the grades from her opening mark of 77. She’s well handicapped and stays 7f very well. I may stretch her out over 1m later in the summer.
3203248
Street Kid
IRE
3
ch
Brushed Gold
Street Boss
c
3 ch c Street Boss - Brushed Gold
I bought this three-year-old out of Jessie Harrington’s yard in Ireland for 17,000 gns at the Horses in Training Sale at Tattersalls. He has a US pedigree and is related to dirt winners. Back in August he won a Cork maiden and has a rating of 87 – the highest in my yard. I like what he has been showing me in the mornings and plan to run him in March, possibly over 7f.
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