OWEN BURROWS made stealthy progress in his second season with a trainer’s licence at Kingwood House in Lambourn last year with his 27 winners racking up just under 500,000 in prize money and Group success being achieved with Massaat in the Hungerford Stakes at Newbury and with Talaayeb in the City of York at York.
Enjazaat made his mark in the juvenile division when landing the Listed Ripon Champion Two-Year-Old Trophy and there were other maiden victories in this ranks which augur well for another personal best this time around.
Laraaib was another in the older division to produce a healthy return with his three wins and will soon be returning to action and, another hat trick scorer, Quloob is back on the worklist at Burrows’s Lambourn base as the season get properly under way for Owen and his team.
Burrows said: “I am very lucky as last year we were top heavy with two-year-olds and he have a good few unraced three-year-old to go to work with and some nice older horses which produces a good spread. We will be working hard again to see if we can have another productive year.”
Owen kindly spoke to Tony Elves of ATR about those he hopes can prosper this season.