Livvy's Dream win the Solario Racing Personal Racehorse Syndication Handicap

Livvy’s Dream win the Solario Racing Personal Racehorse Syndication Handicap

LIVVY’S DREAM was the winner of the Solario Racing Personal Racehorse Syndication Handicap Stakes over a mile at Windsor today.

Owned by International Plywood (Importers) Ltd, trained by Charlie Hills and ridden by Callum Shepherd, the 3yo daughter of Declaration Of War won by 1 3/4 lengths from the favourite, The Groove.  Livvy’s Dream was winning her third race of the season and is clearly a great credit to her owners.

Dean Ivory had one runner at Windsor today, Lothario, who was running in the Solario sponsored race but the four-year-old son of Dark Angel never really got into gear although he kept on steadily during the final two furlongs.  Solario Racing won its own race with Spring Romance at Windsor back in May and it would have been great to have presented the trophy today to Lothario’s owners, Michael and Heather Yarrow but on this occasion, lightning didn’t strike twice!

Lee McKenzie interviews Simon Double

Lee McKenzie interviews Simon Double

Solario Racing gave the Best Turned Out Award and while Lothario looked magnificent and had been immaculately turned out by Natalie Byrne, diplomacy dictates that the award should not go to the stable runner.  So, the award went to Number 12, Aegean Legend.  The trainer, John Bridger had trained the first two winners on the card but that old adage, “the Best Turned Out never wins” came to fruition as unfortunately for connections, the horse came last!

After the presentation of the trophy to connections of the winner, Livvy’s Dream, yours truly was interviewed by Windsor’s Lee McKenzie about syndication and Solario Racing.  The new purchase, a lovely Garswood colt out of the really successful broodmare, Pachanga (five winners from six runners)  received a glowing mention.

If you would like to know more about Solario Racing’s latest acquisition, please call the Racing Office on 01442 877 597 or email