Remarkable Girl 2024

Northern-based filly destined to be racing over six furlongs plus.

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Racehorse Profile

Remarkable Girl is trained by Ollie Pears in Malton, who enjoyed incredible success with our 2YO's in 2023.

This filly was bought at the Goffs (Doncaster) Premier Yearlings Sale in last August, one of the most prestigious yearling sale in Europe. She is an extremely well-bred individual, coming from the lines of Showcasing (stands for GBP 45k) and Zoffany (stands for GBP 20k) the filly's father, Mohaather stands for GBP 15,000. We were shocked when we were able to afford to bring this youngster back home with us, as she is well-conformed, walks nicely, and is a strong individual with an intelligent head.

Her mother, Remarkable Lady, raced over 40 times in a career that spanned several years and saw her placed in Listed company and win four races and GBP 77,000. She was rated 97 at the height of her ability over a mile and ten furlongs. This filly is her first offspring.

This youngster is a good size and is sure to grow over the winter and into the spring. She's a February filly, and that extra month or two compared to other youngsters can count for a lot start of the season. The six furlong and seven furlong Maidens start in late May, and she can make the most of that extra time to grow and fill out. Ollie Pears noted that she has been well-handled and has already settled into the yard without any issues.

Ollie told us "I wasn't particularly looking to buy her, as I thought she would be well above our budget. I know the breeder well, and they were expecting her to make around fifteen thousand. When the bidding stalled at less than a quarter of that, I waded in and was pleased to pick her up."

Ollie Pears added, "She is a good shape and the only reason she was affordable was because she looks like the sort who will need a trip in time. Given she is the daughter of a Listed-placed dam and a Sussex Stakes winner, she was incredible value for money.

Ollie continued: "Her mother showed plenty of talent in a career that spanned several seasons, and her sire was the best miler of his generation. You really couldn't find another filly with that sort of page for that sort of value in the rest of the Premier Yearling Sale"

Potential shareholders should be aware that everything points to this filly being a horse who may improve as she goes up in distance. She may not run over the minimum distance of five furlongs (although it's possible), which will mean that she may first see a racecourse in May or June, when the 6f and 7f races start to become available for the two-year-olds.

Remarkable Girl will grow over the winter and we are hoping she will develop into a really nice type, just like her mother. Being the first foal by a mare, and by a sire having his first season runners, she really could be anything!

"This filly has settled in well to the yard and we'll be getting on with her very soon. She's bigger than a few of our yearling fillies and has good muscle definition already. In terms of conformation, she has the odd quirk but nothing that will stop her from running quickly!" stated Ollie.

This Mohaather filly is currently at Ollie Pears' yard in Malton and will be broken in during November. She will rest through December and start building up with trotting and cantering from mid-January onwards. If everything goes to plan, we're expecting her to be ready to start racing in May or June, when her 6f and 7f races start.

We are already reporting on the filly's progress for shareholders on an ad-hoc basis, reporting on the major breakthroughs with her training - and we will provide regular updates on her progress on the gallops and with her education in detail from January onwards. During the heart of the season, we publish update reports every 7-10 days, and more regularly when she actively starts racing.

We anticipate between 3 and 6 runs from this filly in the 2024 season, and she will most likely race around the Yorkshire, Lancashire, North Eastern, and possibly Scottish racetracks.

Form & Race Plans

The race plans for this filly will be determined by her level of ability shown at home and on the course in 2024. On breeding she should start at either six or seven furlongs and then will almost certainly get further, most likely seven furlongs or a mile, as she develops physically and mentally during the season.

The standard route of a horse of this type will be to start in Maiden (races for horses who have yet to win a race) or Novice/Auction or Selling/Claiming races (2YO only races where previous winners get extra weight) and her performance in these first three of four races will determine whether she goes into nursery handicaps, or is good enough to tackle conditions races or even step into pattern races (high value, prestige races).

If, as we believe, she shows that she will need a minimum of six furlongs, then there are plenty of races available for her from late May onwards. We will assess this filly's progress and if Ollie believes she has the right level of ability she may get entries for some of the more prestigious races in the racing calendar.

Your online Racehorse Manager will provide full details of all developments in terms of the filly's progress and race planning as the season progresses.

Remarkable Girl 2024 Guarantee

We expect to get 2-5 runs and sometimes more from all our 2YO horses per share period, however, you should expect periods of no racing as a result of recuperation from injury or training setbacks. This share period starts proper at the start of the turf season on April 1st 2024 and runs through the turf season until November 1st 2024, however we will be reporting on the filly before the share period starts (from January 2024) should we have anything of importance to share with shareholders.

During the season the horse may be rested or have time away from the track to recover and it is quite normal for a flat horse to have periods of 3-6 weeks of rest between races. 2YO's are particularly susceptible to sore shins, bone chips, and growing pains, and can need a greater time to recover between races.

We provide guarantees with all our racehorses: If this filly has a season-ending injury and has not already RACED TWICE during the share period, we will replace her with an alternative horse for the remainder of the season. Replacement horses may not be of the same quality, are provided with no further guarantees and no alternative choice can be provided. Prizemoney cannot be paid on any replacements, but all other benefits such as yard visits and race day badges are available.

2YO's are the most risky of racehorses to own - and you should be aware that there is a chance that your 2YO may not race at all. Around 20% of 2YO's will not reach the racecourse during their 2YO season simply because they are not ready either physically or mentally.

As a shareholder you must understand that we cannot guarantee your horse's performance, a specific volume of runs (beyond our minimum guarantee if injured), or that runs will be evenly spaced throughout the share period. This is the chance you take when owning any racehorse and participating in this ownership experience. If you will be disappointed with only 2-3 runs from your racehorse during the season, then please DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN THIS OR ANY OTHER RACEHORSE, as you could be disappointed. We believe in being crystal clear with our shareholders - any participation in racehorse ownership is a risk, and we are UNABLE TO MAKE ANY REFUNDS because of share periods which finish early due to injury or retirement - as training and livery fees for the horse still remain whether they are racing or not and part of your lease payment covers their build-up to the season.

These risks are the chance all shareholders take, as we do ourselves when participating in the ownership of racehorses.