Delta Dancer 17 filly at 3 days old by Captain of All

Awesomeness bred in The Alado Project wins first time out with Anton Marcus

Megaspiel by Singspiel shows off her War Command filly

SecretPlan wins for Hintlesham Racing

David concentrating on the auctioneer

Hintlesham Racing Team on course with a win

I Have no Time by Refuse to Bend double Gr1 winner and Kazakhstan Champion bought by AllanBloodlines



David at the Launch of Fencing Master



Silk Road wins his second in two starts


Dazz Al dazzles for the second time


Silk Road's second win in two starts

Free as a Bird very perky after winning - see article for connections

Whale Cove wins for Owner Breeder Trainer Vaughan Marshall at Kenilworth and for her sire Alado


Yearling colt by Doctor Dino ex Desarmante sold at Osarus, Bordeaux for 42,000

Archina - by Arch out of Cross Your Fingers by Woodman - first purchased in utero by Allan for a client - then purchased at 2012 July Sales by Allan again as a winning 3 year old



David with Salonga after she won for Hintlesham Thoroughbreds at 3


Cross Your Fingers, dam of May '12 winner Archina, shortly after purchase by Allan Bloodlines at Keeneland


ELUSIVE FORT enjoying nhis paddock at Arc En Ciel

Tiger Dance



Maltese Falcon wins a 1600m maiden at Kenilworth in Hintlesham Racing colours



Tiger Dance filly 2010 ex Selika



Trainer Vaughan Marshall leads in the victorious Northern Conquest


Dazz Al holds off Aljawhara







THE LACEWORK KID wins at Kenilworth




Straight Bat Racing enjoys a winner



Great support for Vasco, a popular winner



Imperial Dice



Titus Two 2yo c wins for Hintlesham Thoroughbreds





Seven Veils Wins the Grand West Casino Handicap on J&B Met Day 30 the January 2010


Lanehaya's 2010 colt foal by the exiled but successful One Cool Cat at 2 months


Kimigaio bonds with her owner


Fly American led into the winners circle by members of Straight Bat Racing after an impressive victory in 1200m maiden at Kenilworth


Sunnydale and new National Emblem filly foal


First foal this season in South Africa Colt by Captain Al out of Random Call


FATHOM FIVE dashes home at the Epsom Spring Meeting April 2009


Titus Alone romps home at Kenilworth


Titus on a roll in Cape Town


Miss Kool Kat wins at Kenilworth carrying a foal


Cwm Rhondda winning one of her three at Yarmouth


An example of Hintlesham Thoroughbreds Newsmemos

11th Aug 2008

Although touch and go as to whether he should run on horrible ground, YEOMAN OF ENGLAND made his debut last evening at Thirsk. Bryan Smart had withdrawn his runner in the race before in the face of driving rain and of the evidence of the first race which showed the runners kicking huge lumps out of the turf as they covered a mile in a time nearly 8 seconds slower than average.

But the thing to do was to give YEOMAN some experience, whatever the ground, and he got a bucket load!

Calm at the start in contrast to several skittish and even mulish companions including one determined to rush about and lose his jockey, our colt seemed unphased and went into his stall perfectly well. Clearly he had been well schooled and was taking the whole thing professionally.

ISLAND CHIEF was drawn next to us and was not behaving well. The gates opened and YEOMAN froze. A few strides later, in terms of the main field moving away, he came out to join what could only be described as a rodeo scene. ISLAND CHIEF moved left and bronced persistently, hampering himself and others. The sight of a racehorse, even a green two year old, bucking hard in a race for half a furlong is not commonplace!

YEOMAN was not hampered but was transfixed. At least that’s what Tom reported and that is why Tom gave him a clout after a furlong to put his mind back on the job at hand. After that, things went much better. Five runners had “flown” and the remaining seven were in chase, some sorting themselves out mentally and physically after the rodeo and some completely failing to handle the ground.

The winner had experience and won as a favourite should, especially one by Captain Rio whose progeny love the soft. Our colt finished 8th, a length behind the one in front and 3, 1¾, 9 and 34 lengths ahead of those behind him. It was that sort of ground. None but the front few handled it. The poor tailed off individual was KILSYTH who was hampered at the start and never got into it.

YEOMAN pleased Tom with his efforts on and after the bend to the extent that the only thing to do is to get him out again pretty quickly and avoid rodeos. He did finish well in spite of hating the ground. What he told his mates when he got back to nearby Sutton Bank can only be left to the imagination.

Incidentally, the bucking and heaving ISLAND CHIEF also finished well and might be a future winner, having presumably given his connections the fright of their lives on this occasion. In the words of the Racing Post he “bucked early on, went left, hampered and hopelessly lost place”.

They missed out some other words: “Other unraced colts stopped and stared”.

A race fairly soon is on the cards!