Welcome to Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds
Welcome to Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds in our 25th year, offering Limited Partnerships (16 - 18 shares) in flat racehorses together with management services.
Nick Robinson, our Chairman, is a former President of the Racehorse Owners Association and one of the founding directors of the British Horseracing Board (BHB). He started Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds in 1987, the first Limited Partnership syndication company of its kind in Europe.
2012 saw further success for our horses, led by Tullius, who won four races, including a valuable handicap at Newmarket on 2000 Guineas day, two Listed races at Windsor and York and he then stepped in class again to win the Group 3 totepool.com Sovereign Stakes at Salisbury on the 16th August. This day proved to be special one for KVT as we had our first double, with The Gatling Boy, our first two-year-old winner of the season, also triumphing on his second time of asking.
Flaxen Flare, was a dual winner for KVT in 2012, and went through the ring at the Horses in Training Sale at Newmarket on the 31st October - selling very well indeed, for 105,000 guineas, to Kevin Ross, an Irish agent for National Hunt horses. He duly won his first race over hurdles at Leopardstown in December and went on to win the Fred Winter Juvenile Handicap Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival in 2013.
Horses Currently Owned by Kennet Valley Thoroughbred Partnerships:
Tullius Le Vie Dei Colori - Whipped Queen (King Mambo), 2008 chestnut gelding. Trained by Andrew Balding.
Redact Strategic Prince - Rainbow Java (Fairy King), 2009 bay colt. Trained by Richard Hannon.
Daylight Firebreak - Dayville (Dayjur), 2010 chestnut colt. Trained by Andrew Balding.
Fonseca Red Clubs - Guajira (Mtoto), 2010 bay filly. Trained by Andrew Balding.
The Gatling Boy Tamayuz - Miniver (Mujtahid), 2010 chestnut colt. Trained by Richard Hannon.
Langavat Bushranger - Bishop's Lake (Lake Coniston), 2011 bay colt. Trained by Richard Hannon.
Comanchero Camacho - Trempjane (Lujain), 2011 bay colt. Trained by Andrew Balding.