horses in focus at kerry lee racing

A selection of current stable members who have excelled for the stable…

DEMACHINE

An exciting second season chaser, this Flemensfirth gelding’s scope for steeplechasing was noticed by Kerry right from the start. Winning first time out in a competitive Novices’ Handicap Chase he went on to follow up in eye-catching style at Ascot.

Carrying the colours of West Coast Haulage Ltd, he finished the campaign with an excellent second in the Grade 2 Reynoldstown Novices’ Chase.

STORM CONTROL

A unique chaser, having the pace to win over intermediate trips and three miles plus around Cheltenham.
 
It was at the Home of Jump Racing where he really made his mark, leading all the way in races at the 2020 November and December fixtures.  A fine specimen of a horse, with plenty of size about him, he relished the stiff fences at Prestbury Park in the capable hands of Richard Patrick.
 
The smart sort later emerged with plenty of credit finishing fifth in the Kim Muir at The Festival and enjoyed navigating his way around the Grand National fences in the Topham.

TOWN PARKS

The ten-year-old was sourced from from the point-to-point field towards the start of Kerry’s training career, costing just 9,000 Guineas.  He opened his account under champion jockey Richard Johnson at one of The Bell House’s local tracks Ludlow.
 
In the first three in almost half of his 27 starts, he has five wins to his name, including two at nearby Hereford.  Kerry takes great pride in seeing her horses win there, adding to her father’s sterling work with 43 triumphs over the years.

STORM CONTROL

A unique chaser, having the pace to win over intermediate trips and three miles plus around Cheltenham.
 
It was at the Home of Jump Racing where he really made his mark, leading all the way in races at the 2020 November and December fixtures.  A fine specimen of a horse, with plenty of size about him, he relished the stiff fences at Prestbury Park in the capable hands of Richard Patrick.
 
The smart sort later emerged with plenty of credit finishing fifth in the Kim Muir at The Festival and enjoyed navigating his way around the Grand National fences in the Topham.

BALLYBEGG

Kerry saw the potential in the £50,000 September 2020 Goffs purchase.  It was a shrewd buy, as the horse he finished second to in a point-to-point, Gallyhill, cost connections £450,000.
At a fraction of the price, the latest recruit for the Glass Half Full syndicate bloomed from his arrival in Herefordshire.
 
He easily scored in a maiden around Hereford and backed that up under a penalty with a determined effort at Wetherby.  Kerry then rounded off the season by aiming him at a very competitive handicap on Grand National day.
 
He rates a very exciting prospect for the stable this term when there is plenty of give in the ground and will be a very exciting novice chase prospect this coming season. 

TOWN PARKS

The ten-year-old was sourced from from the point-to-point field towards the start of Kerry’s training career, costing just 9,000 Guineas.  He opened his account under champion jockey Richard Johnson at one of The Bell House’s local tracks Ludlow.
 
In the first three in almost half of his 27 starts, he has five wins to his name, including two at nearby Hereford.  Kerry takes great pride in seeing her horses win there, adding to her father’s sterling work with 43 triumphs over the years.