Major Winners

SUPERB STORY provided Richard and Trainer Dan Skelton with their first Cheltenham Festival Winner

Photo collage of winning racehorses including Nyanza, Sir Ector, Secret Asset and El Dancer

 

National Hunt

La Bague au Roi – Multiple Grade 1 winning chaser, Grade 2 winner over hurdles and fences (Yearling purchase in France)

Arzal – Grade 1 winner at Aintree Festival (French purchase)

United – Grade 1 winner at Punchestown Festival

Bigmartre – Grade 2 winner over fences (French purchase)

El Dancer – Grade 2 winner at Aintree Festival

Superb Story – Grade 3 winner, Grade 3 winner of Cheltenham County Hurdle (French purchase)

Nyanza – Listed winner over hurdles (yearling purchase)

Virgilio – Listed winner, multiples placings in Grade 1, 2 & 3 and 9 times winner (Store purchase in France)

American – Listed winner over fences (Yearling purchase in France)

Momella – Grade 1 and 2 placed hurdler

Dissavril – Listed Bumper winner (French purchase)

Kauto Riko – Multiple winner over hurdles and fences (foal purchase in France)

Enrichissant – Novice hurdle winner (French purchase)

Flat

Olympic Express – Multiple Group 1 in Hong Kong

Secret Weapon – Group 2 and Group 3 winner in Hong Kong

Planteur – Group 1 placed (twice 3rd Dubai World Cup) and Group 3 winner

King of Sydney – Group 2 winner in Germany in (Breeze Up purchase)

Secret Asset – Group 1 placed and multiple winner

Split Trois – Group 3 winner in France (foal purchase)

Mood Music – Group 3 and multiple Listed winner

Seelo (Stout Hearted) – Group 3 winner in Australia

Group Therapy – Group 2 and Group 3 placed and multiple winner

Sound of Guns – Group 2 placed as 2-y-o (foal purchase)

Cochabamba – Group 2, Group 3 and Listed placed (yearling purchase)

Ormito – Group 3 and Listed placed (yearling purchase in Germany)

Three French Hens – Listed winner in Germany (yearling purchase)

Arabian Falcon – Listed winner in Germany

Mudawin – Winner of Ebor Handicap

 

Racehorse and jockey

Planteur

I have bought horses through Richard since I started training. He is very easy to deal with and he finds me what I am looking for.” – Chris Gordon (Trainer)