Success on the Track for Foulrice Park Racing

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Foulrice Park Racing continue to go from strength to strength on the track this year.

The team has notched up 12 wins so far this season which matches last season’s total and there are still plenty of chances for a few more winners.

The women at Foulrice Park Racing have certainly made their mark this season with yard apprentice, Paula Muir, riding her first winner, Cookie Ring, at Kempton and then winning again a couple of weeks later at Chelmsford. She has since added another three wins to her tally.

As well as Paula, both Rachel Richardson and Amie Waugh have ridden winners for the team. Amie won at the famous lady jockeys only meeting at Carlisle Racecourse riding Swiss Lait, whilst Rachel took the win at Catterick on board Fillydelphia.

The seven-year-old, Lil Sophella, who has been with the team since starting her racing career, continues to be the star of the yard giving the team their first win at York Racecourse back in May. She then went on to provide them with their first ever place in a listed race at Pontefract Races in July.

The team has also notched up their first winners at Nottingham and Southwell during the season with horses Bogardus and Foot the Bill respectively.

Said Colin Stirling of Foulrice Park Racing: “The horses are looking in great condition this season and are really performing when it counts. We are certainly convinced that the feed regime we are using including the addition of Fibre-Beet is really playing a big part in their condition and form.”
Sponsored by British Horse Feeds and wearing the Fibre-Beet branding, the team have been using Fibre-Beet for just over two years now alongside their hard feed to help provide the horses with a high fibre diet and the extra energy and condition they need to perform at their best.
With plans in place to extend their paddocks for daily turnout – something which the team believe is a major benefit to the horses in training, they are hoping to continue the good form up until the end of the season and for 2017.