Update from Tom

Eaglesglen –  He has been fresh out and has been training well. I’m pleased with his condition and he continues to be a good work horse at home. I felt he ran a good race at Chelmsford last time, only being beaten 4 lengths and 1/4 of a length for third. Hopefully he can build on this. A good spot for him could be 4 th August 46-65 3 + 1 mile Kempton.

Crimewave – He is enjoying a well earned rest and is out in the paddock everyday, he looks great and is very fresh! I feel there are some good races left in him and hopefully he can continue to improve. I feel off his mark of 80, he is well up to winning.

The Guvnor – Clearly a disappointing effort at Newbury but the horse behaved badly and I’m pleased he has been gelded as I think this could really help him. This horse has shaped up well in his work at home and now he’s gelded I hope they’re is plenty of improvement in him. He was building up a nice profile before his last run and I hope we can do the same again from now on. His wound has healed up nicely, he is still trotting away and will resume cantering this week. He is a fit horse and so hopefully we can have him out on the rack again soon. Possible options for him are.
10.8 Nottingham 56-75 3+ 1m6f
18.8 Bath 0-70 3+ 1m6f.

Rogue Power – I felt he ran a cracker on debut on a track that didn’t suit great, I loved the way he hit the line hard and he shaped with plenty of promise. Unfortunately he was short behind yesterday and so couldn’t run. He is having his hind joints medicated today which should really help him and enable him to track through. This horse is fit and ready to run, they’re is a two week withdrawal period and so once we’re over this we will have him out again soon. He had been shaping up well at home and had improved for his first debut run. All being well we can aim for a mile Novice at Kempton on 4th August.

Rockett Man – Worked nicely on Saturday and looks in good shape. Jackie has been riding him and is happy with him. We will freshen him up now as they’re is a race for him at Yarmouth on 27.7 5 F 56-75 3 year olds only. It will be nice to get him back on the turf and hopefully back troubling the judge.

Rogue Bear – This horse looks terrific. He has done very well physically for his time off and I feel he is extremely well handicapped off his mark of 79. I also feel he will get at least 7 furlongs if not 1 mile. We are trying to have him ready for the racing league at Lingfield on 26.8 0-90. They’re is one race over 7 and one over 71/2 furlongs. At the moment it is a bit touch and go whether we can get there in time but we are doing all we can. He is a really exciting horse.

Rogue Force – A real shame he got stuck in traffic on Saturday, however we managed to get him a Police escort out of the jam, he cantered this morning and seems okay.  He’ll now need to work this week. They’re is a possible spot for him at Wolves on Monday in a 0-80 over 7, however, he is in the racing league and they’re might be a chance we can get him in to one of the early meetings depending on the other members and runners etc…I’m looking forward to having a crack at some good prize money with him.

Cash Machine – He worked well on Saturday and looks in good shape. He is also in the racing league and is penciled in to go to Newcastle over 6 furlongs a week on Thursday. I would hope that he is capable of being very competitive off his mark of 82. It was great to see his half brother Tabdeed run a blinder in the Hackwood.

Sugauli – Absolutely thrilled to see him win in convincing fashion at Newbury on Friday. He had been difficult to settle in the spring and I was so pleased to see him on side. As we’d hoped he looked really effective over a mile and Jack felt he wasn’t doing much in front, Hopefully there is more to come from him. He is also in the racing league and deserves a crack at the good prize money.

Rogue Missile – She is enjoying her rest at my mums and is letting down nicely. Mum said she has been very good in the paddock and has been a very well behaved guest. When I’m next at home I’ll get a video sent over of her.

El Picaro – He absolutely hated the ground at Yarmouth, it was far too quick for him. The ground was rattling and there was a track record broken. I appreciate it was also good to firm at Wetherby but often you can get away with it once not twice.  He looks to have come out of the race fine and we will have to keep him to easier ground or on the all-weather. A possible option for him is 3.8 At Chelmsford in a 7 furlong median Auction.

Holy Kingdom – Continues his rehab well, his weight is maintaining the same, he still has good muscle definition and looks great. He is out in the pen and on the walker twice a day. His leg is handling well and I’m pleased with him.

Rogue Rockett – This horse has done some nice training, he is currently growing and just needs more time. At this stage I’d imagine he will be starting over 7 furlongs, hopefully he can start to strengthen up a bit. He is a good looking and good moving horse and as I said we just need to be patient with him. We shall give him a short break which I think will really benefit him.

Rogue Mission – As I said in my video last week he is training well and is really enthusiastic in his work. He is up to doing two canters which he finds easy and I feel he is not far from doing some faster work. He is a likeable horse and I’m looking forward to stepping him up.

Rogue Bull – He is enjoying his rest and time out. He is a big horse who continues to develop physically and is filling out his frame. He is very much next year’s prospect but with his pedigree he has a great chance of developing into a talented racehorse.

Rogue Star – This horse has been trotting away and looks great, he is full of himself and is about to start cantering. He is a really good moving sort and has plenty of strength to him. I’m looking forward to seeing him cantering away and he is another exciting prospect for The Rogues.

Rogue Storm – This filly has done some nice work and is showing good speed at home. She eats up well for a filly and I’d hope we can have her on the track in a few weeks all being well. She’ll work again this week and if she shapes up nicely, we won’t be far away with her. She is an attractive filly with a good attitude.

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