Jeremy Noseda Stable Tour

    Jeremy Noseda's "The best bunch of 2yo I've had in the past five years", are now the classic generation, and from several of these emerging talents, he'll be looking for success at the highest level.
  • Tuesday 24 April 2018
  • Stable Tours

JEREMY NOSEDA was of the opinion that he had acquired his best bunch of two-year-old for several seasons in 2017 and that impression has certainly been borne out with Gronkowksi earmarking himself as horse of top class potential with three straight victories this term and dreams of a place in the Kentucky Derby. Unfortunately, those dreams were dashed when the Lonhro colt suffered a temperature at the weekend which required treatment with antibiotics but the Belmont Stakes on June 9 remains on the radar.

Noseda has another potential superstar in the shape of Walk In The Sun, winner of both his starts, and looks to have plenty of strength in the three-year-old fillies division with Quargent, Quivery and Take Me With You all shaping up nicely as their second seasons get under way.

Seven winners from only 20 runnners in 2018 suggest his total of 28 last year will be easily surpassed this time and with several in his Shalfleet stables with a touch of class there should some heady days for the astute handler during a busy Summer.

Noseda kindly spoke to Tony Elves of ATR about his main prospects for the season ahead.

Two-Year-Olds

“It is a bit early at the moment but the two-year-olds that are worth mentioning mostly unnamed at present. We have a bay colt by War Front out of Dynamic Feature, a chestnut colt by Scat Daddy out of Miss Lamour and a bay colt by No Nay Never out of Jessica Rocks.

Amongst the fillies we have a bay filly by Dark Angel out of Warshah, a bay/brown filly by Scat Daddy out of Auction and one that is named already, DEARLY BELOVED, who is a bay filly by Scat Daddy out of Beloveda. I have only just started breezing a few of these and there are no plans as yet but they are really nice two-year-olds and just starting to move into faster work now.”

Older Horses

Abe Lincoln (USA)

Form Profile:

Winner of three of his 12 starts and currently rated 101. Gained his last success in a handicap at Lingfield (1m 2f) in February when beating Emenem three quarters of a lengths off  a mark of 95. Finished highly creditable third, beaten a length and a half, to Victory Bond in the AW Middle Distance Championship Conditions Stakes on last start at Lingfield (1m 2f) in March.

Trainer Says:

He is having a little break now and we are getting him ready for the Listed Wolferton Stakes at Royal Ascot. He ran a great race in the AW Championships Finals when third to Victory Bond and had been busy over the Winter and deserves a break.

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Jus Pires (USA)

Form Profile:

Winner of two of his 4 starts and currently rated 83. Off the mark with a head success from Zain Star at Kempton (1m) in August and followed up with a nose victory from Lime And Lemon off a mark of 82 at Windsor (1m 2f) in October.

Trainer Says:

He was a progressive horse last year and loved fast ground and a mile and a quarter. I am very hopeful he is going to develop into a good quality handicapper. He won’t be on the track until the second half of May.

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La Figlia (IRE)

Form Profile:

No wins from 3 starts and currently rated 99. Creditable effort in a listed Fillies’ Stakes at Kempton (1m) in April when fourth, beaten two and three quarter lengths, to Hunaina.

Trainer Says:

She had her first start of the year in a listed event at Kempton this month and ran a solid race. I am sure she will be competing in Stakes races through the season.

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Three Year Olds

Betty F

  • 3-y-o; chestnut filly
  • Breeding: Frankel - Instance (Invincible Spirit)
  • Trained by: J Noseda
  • Last Race: York, 23 Aug 2018 16:50
  • Result: 3/15, in touch, ridden and headway when edged left over 1f out, stayed on towards finish
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Form Profile:

Winner of one of her 3 starts and currently rated 97. Made a winning debut at Newmarket (6f) last August when beating Rockies Spirit three quarters of a length. Finished third, beaten a length and a quarter, to Mesquite on her reappearance in a novice event at Lingfield (7f) in April.

Trainer Says:

I was a little disappointed with her first performance of the year at Lingfield but I am inclined to forgive her that run. She has come out of the race well and I do feel she has quality and will be competing well at seven furlongs and a mile through the season.

Video Form
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Deja (FR)

Form Profile:

Winner of one of his 2 starts. Promising debut in a decent maiden at Newmarket (7f) in July when fifth, beaten a length and a half, to Being There and comfortably off the mark at Wolverhampton (1m 1/2f) the following month when making all to score by two and three quarter lengths, to Miss Mumtaz.

Trainer Says:

He had a setback in training this Spring but he will be out running in the mid-Summer. I am sure he is going to develop into an above average individual over a mile and a quarter to a mile and a half.

Video Form
18 Aug 2017:

Diamondsandpearls

Form Profile:

Finished fourth, beaten 16 lengths, to Spectator in a Grade 2 event at Del Mar on her only start last August.

Trainer Says:

She will be having a race here before she returns to Bob Baffert in America. We will find a race for her somewhere on the AW.

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Gronkowski

Form Profile:

Winner of four of his 6 starts and currently rated 103. Successful in three starts this year and completed the hat trick when beating Iconic Sunset a length and a quarter in a listed contest at Newcastle (1m) in March.

Trainer Says:

We were planning on heading towards the Kentucky Derby since I had been delighted with his progress. We were keeping our fingers crossed but unfortunately he suffered a temperature at the weekend which required treatment with antibiotics which means he'll miss the Kentucky Derby but the Belmont Stakes on June 9 remains on the radar.

Video Form
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I Feel It Coming

  • 3 b f More Than Ready – Music Score
Form Profile:

Unraced

Trainer Says:

She is a backward filly who has taken time to mature and come to herself. She will be running in the latter part of May but definitely has a bit of quality.

Lansky (IRE)

Form Profile:

Winner of two of his 5 starts and currently rated 99. Gained his last success in a novice event at Kempton (6f) in October when beating Balletomane three quarters of a length. Finished last of six, beaten six and a half lengths, to Headway in the Listed Spring Cup at Lingfield (7f) on his reappearance in March.

Trainer Says:

He is just having a break and he will be back mid-Summer. You can forget his last run and we will campaigning him over six and seven furlongs. I am sure he is a very good prospect for the Summer and Autumn.

Video Form
3 Mar 2018:
14 Aug 2017:

Laughing Stranger (USA)

  • 3-y-o; brown colt
  • Breeding: Medaglia d'Oro - Laughing Lashes (Mr Greeley)
  • Trained by: J Noseda
  • Last Race: Yarmouth, 8 Aug 2018 18:50
  • Result: 4/5, close up, pushed along over 3f out, ridden to go 3rd over 2f out, faded inside final furlong
  • View full form
Form Profile:

Unraced

Trainer Says:

He is a backward horse who is ready for his debut but I view him as a horse that will progress well as the season goes on. He will be a mile/mile and a quarter horse.

Video Form
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Missy Mischief (USA)

Form Profile:

Promise in both starts at Goodwood (6f) last May and in the Group 2 Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot (5f) in June. Finished ninth, beaten only five and a quarter lengths, to Heartache in the Queen Mary.

Trainer Says:

She performed with credit as a two-year-old and she is on her way back. She would be ready to run mid-Summer and she will win her races through the season.

Video Form
10 Sep 2018:
18 Aug 2018:

Quargent (USA)

Form Profile:

Winner of one of her 2 starts. Off the mark with a length and three quarter success from Amandine in a novice event at Kempton (7f) last August.

Trainer Says:

She is a lovely filly who we have always held in high regard. I feel that her best trip will turn out to be a mile and a quarter and she will continue to improve throughout the season.

Video Form
29 Jun 2018:

Quivery

Form Profile:

Winner of two of her 4 starts and currently rated 94. Made a winning debut at Doncaster (7f) last August when beating Arabian Gift three quarters of a length and followed up with a three quarter length success from Dixieland Diva in a novice event at Newmarket (7f) in July. Best subsequent effort when finishing fourth, beaten two lengths, to Billesdon Brook in the Group 3 Prestige Stakes at Goodwood (7f) in August.

Trainer Says:

She has done well from two to three and she will start off in the mile conditions race for three-year-old fillies’ at the first Ascot meeting.

Video Form
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Take Me With You (USA)

Form Profile:

Winner of one of her 3 starts and currently rated 100. Finished third, beaten three and a quarter lengths, to Different League in the Group 3 Albany Stakes at Royal Ascot (6f) in June and off the mark at Windsor (6f) in September when beating Sergio Leone by nine lengths.

Trainer Says:

She is training well and she will head for the mile listed race at York in May. If that goes well we will look towards Royal Ascot.

Video Form
4 Sep 2017:

Walk In The Sun (USA)

  • 3-y-o; bay colt
  • Breeding: Street Sense - Mystic Melody (Seattle Slew)
  • Trained by: M Meade
  • Last Race: Newmarket, 12 Jul 2018 16:45
  • Result: PU/12, raced towards far side tracked leader, ridden and weakened quickly 3f out, pulled up 2f out
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Form Profile:

Winner of both his starts – scored by a short head from First Contact in a novice event at Kempton (7f) in January and followed up with a seven length defeat of New Orleans in a similar event at Lingfield (7f) in February.

Trainer Says:

He is back in full training and is a horse with plenty of potential. He is sure to make up into a Stakes horse and we are looking to go to the King Charles II Stakes at Newmarket in mid May. That will tell us which way we go but he has obviously done all that we have asked of him so far.

Video Form
27 Feb 2018:

Zain Hana

Form Profile:

Winner of one of her 2 starts. Made a winning debut at Yarmouth (6f) last August when beating Foxtrot Lady a neck. Unplaced, beaten 16 ½ lengths, to Soliloquy in the Group 3 Nell Gwyn Stakes (7f) at Newmarket last week.

Trainer Says:

She put up a slightly below par performance in the Nell Gwyn but I am inclined to put that to one side. I am sure we will have plenty of fun with her through the season.

Video Form
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