THIS CROWD IS SOLD OUT
Crowd Racing, in partnership with Kubler Racing are delighted to offer Arishka, a stunning 3yr old filly.
Crowd Racing, in partnership with Kubler Racing are delighted to offer shares in Arisha, a Dandy Man 3 year old filly out of Symbol of Peace.
Arishka is very athletic and well balanced, with a lovely nature and she looks fantastic.
In her career to date, Arishka has ran in 8 races and has 3 placed finishes plus a superb win and including an excellent 2nd at Newcastle on her return from a break in January. She now has a handicap rating of 68 after being raised 8lbs for her win at Newcastle. This rating is still pretty low for the ability she has shown at home and on the form she has now showed twice at Newcastle. There is every reason to be confident she can win more races from that kind of mark and continue to rise through the ranks.
Arishka is beautifully bred. The mare (Symbol of Peace) who produced Arishka, has now had 5 winners from 5 foals, including Too Fast (originally named Treaty of Paris before being sold to Hong Kong) who won a Group 3 race at York's Ebor Festival and reached an Official Rating of 99 and Mustarrid who peaked at OR of 94 for Richard Hannon and Hamdan Al Maktoum after they bought him for 140,000 guineas.
There is also a lot of black type (wins or places at listed or group level races) throughout the horse's pedigree, with excellent winners such as Sing Softly, Stotsfold, Poppy Carew and Leporello in the family.
Dandy Man, the sire of our filly, was an excellent sprinter. He won 6 races and over £250,000 in prize-money in a 4 year career. At his peak he had an official rating of 116 and a top RPR of 122, both are superb ratings.
As a sire, Dandy Man has sired winners of over 260 races and they have accumulated over £6.4million in win and place prize-money. This progeny included the superbly talented Peniaphobia who won over £3million in win and prize-money and won the prestigious Super Sprint at Newbury. Over 10% of his 2yr olds earned Black Type.
There are so many reasons to be positive about the future of this filly. She has lots more to come in her racing career and her residual value as a broodmare will be very strong, once her racing career is complete.
This Crowd is a great one to get involved with, owning a piece of a young horse with so much left to achieve. The costs include everything needed to look after and race the filly until July 2019, at which stage the share holders will take a vote on whether to keep the horse or send her to the sales. Even if the vote is to keep the horse, nobody would be obliged to stay in.
Looking at the way the filly is developing, along with her breeding and the track record of her family there is every reason to think she will have a successful racing career and go on to be an interesting prospect as a broodmare.
The filly is in training with Daniel Kubler and the team at Sarsen Farm, Lambourn.
Daniel Kubler and his wife Claire, and the team at Sarsen Farm are proving to be real assets. They provide excellent and regular updates and are great hosts for stable visits. We are looking forward to continuing work with the team and giving all the owners plenty of fun and winners.
Daniel and Claire took the plunge to begin training on our own six years ago having built up experience around the world with some top class trainers, bloodstock agents and stud farms. Dan has worked in racing for his entire career including spells as assistant to Roger Charlton and Ben Cecil whilst Claire was assistant to Paddy Gallagher and Jeremy Noseda and grew up on her parents stud farm in Cumbria, she qualified as an accountant with PriceWaterhouseCoopers after getting a degree in Natural Sciences at Cambridge. They started out with six horses and have increased the string every year. Kubler Racing have had excellent success with horses they have purchased as yearlings and older horses from other yards.
Successful yearling buys include Group placed two year old Il Paparazzi, who returned ten times his purchase price to his owners when sold to Hong Kong, whilst Outrage has won five races and looks like being a sprinter for some of the big races in the coming months. They are currently building a long term base in the heart of Upper Lambourn, that will be a state of the art yard with a premium on the health and welfare of the horses and providing fantastic facilities for owners when you come to visit your horse.