Major Winners

Superb Story Cheltenham 2016

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)


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


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)