Its been a busy  few weeks for KRB leading up to Christmas with a couple of end of year sales to attend, and there have been lots of success on the racecourse also by their purchases.

Betancourt won again for Stef Keniry at Wolverhampton, he is giving connections plenty of fun.

Warriors Tale bought as a foal by KRB won the Grand Sefton H’Cap Chase at Aintree for Trevor Hemmings.

Gods Own maintained his good form at the age of ten, to be second in the Peterborough Chase ( Grade 2), and The Storyteller ran his best race to date to be a close fourth in the John Durkan ( Grade 1) at Punchestown.

Ben Case has his horses in good form, and had three recent winners all bought by KRB. Kilbrew Boy won the maiden hurdle at Fakenham for Lady Jane Grosvenor, Ratfacemcdougall won the novice hurdle at Doncaster for owner Carolyn Kendrick and ridden by her son Max and First Drift won the novice chase at Hereford for the same owner and rider.

Paul and Clare Rooney have some lovely young horses to look forward to, and they had two winning bumper deputantes. Nimby won easily at Lingfield for the Skeltons, and Get in the Queue won easily at Uttoxeter for Harry Fry. Both horses were purchased as stores by KRB at Goffs UK.

Plan of Attack followed up his previous success by winning the novice hurdle at Thurles for Henry de Bromhead and owner Alan Halsall, and over at Ascot Imperial Alcazar stayed on strongly to be second in the Listed bumper.

KRB have a lot of purchases to run over Christmas and wish all connections the best of luck with them, and to everyone else have a very Happy Christmas!