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Monique Rosa retired.

After a very disappointing debut and soundness issues we have decided to do the right thing and retire Monique Rosa. Sad news but the horse comes 1st. We move on and wish her new owners all the best in training Monique Rosa for a new discipline.

Monique Rosa Debut

After Leicester’s abandonment last week, Monique Rosa makes her debut on Saturday at Lingfield in the 7F Maiden, Jordan Uys takes off a valuable 7lbs. Good luck to all connections. Its been a long wait but hopefully patience will pay off and she has a nice introduction.


Our 3yo Aislabie ran a very pleasing 4th on debut over 1 mile 2F doing his best work at the finish. We will keep him at this distance and step him up after he qualifies for his mark.

Aislabie Entry

Our unraced 3yo son of Soldier of Fortune has been declared for Ripon tomorrow with Jason Hart taking the ride, good luck to all connections.


Our Unraced 3yo Son of Falco ‘Syndicate is now FULL’

1st Entries for the Season

Monique Rosa makes her long awaited debut today at Leicester, good luck to all connections.

Season 2014 Review

We had a great season with 7 winners and multiple placed horses, Wee Frankie who was a 20k purchase as a Yearling won his 1st two races and was sold to OTI Racing in Australia for 150K making a great return for our shareholders. We have purchased some quality yearlings last year and Lamont Racing are going from strength to strength. Excitiing Season ahead.


WINNER: Zebelini wins 1st time out at Ripon and gives Lamont Racing out 1st Winner for Newmarket Trainer Ilka Gansera-Leveque. Raced on rail disputing lead, definite advantage 2f out, ridden and pressed inside final furlong, found bit extra in closing stages returned 40/1.


WINNER: Live Dangerously finally breaks his maiden as he wins well in the last at Hamilton giving our Trainer Keith Dalgleish 50 Winners to date in record time. Bringing ‘The Danger’ back to 5f he quickly led, travelled well and looked the winner 1f and when he was pressed for the lead he kept on gamely to win going away.


WINNER: Porthos Du Vallon wins again at Ayr this time with Tom Eaves onboard, Keen towards rear, headway over 2f out, ridden and every chance from over 1f out, led inside final furlong, driven out.