Hot to Trot Racing syndicate's successful 2017 means it's now 2Hot to Trot
The affordable Flat racing syndicate Hot To Trot Racing had 'an unforgettable year' in 2017, the highlight being Heartache’s brilliant win in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot and the joyous scenes afterwards.
Hot To Trot, which is a close cousin of the Kennet Valley Thoroughbreds syndicate, is expanding this year with two separate group’s racing a total of twelve horses - six in each group.
Heartache will continue to be the leading colour-bearer for HotToTrot1 - she could start off in the Group 3 Pavilion Stakes at Ascot in early May. While the second group - to be known as ‘2HotToTrot’ - will feature her 2-yo half-sister by Showcasing recently named Heartstoppa.
Like her sibling, she will be trained by Clive Cox. Several new trainers have been added to the Hot To Trot fold and they are: Karl Burke, Henry Candy, Eve Johnson-Houghton, Brian Meehan, Sir Mark Prescott and David Simcock.
Sam Hoskins manages Hot To Trot: “As a result of a very successful 2017, we have received considerable interest from people wanting to join us. Equally, Luke Lillingston and I have been offered some very well-bred horses to lease which also include a half-sister to a Prix De L’Abbaye winner and two other fillies by the sire of Quiet Reflection, Showcasing."
"Consequently, we have no doubt we will be fielding our strongest team yet and are very excited about the prospect of another very fun year. Unsurprisingly, all members of HotToTrot1 have renewed their membership but there are still a handful of places remaining in 2HotToTrot - for an-inclusive £2,095."
There is a full list of Hot To Trot Racing's horses here.