Although the racing has been a bit quieter since Christmas for KRB they have still purchased some nice winners.
Unison won for the eleventh time since being purchased by KRB on behalf of Jeremy Scott, winning a good handicap hurdle at Taunton. He has been a terrific horse for connections winning under both codes.
Another horse to have done well for connections is Landecker who won for the sixth time at Kelso for the Hodge family, trained by Nick Alexander and ridden by his daughter Lucy.
On the same card at Kelso, Mam Trasna won the bumper in good style for trainer David Broad under James Bowen. He was bought by KRB for connections at the Cheltenham Breeze Up sale from Charlie Poste and he looks a bright prospect for the future.
The Jump For Fun Racing syndicate have been good clients over the years and their horse Supakalanistic easily won the handicap hurdle at Ludlow on Monday for trainer Nigel Twiston- Davis, under a confident ride from Zac Baker. He was bought by KRB as a store.
Also bought as stores were two winning sons of Shantou, Urtheonethatiwant winning the handicap hurdle at Kempton for Jeremy Scott and The Barmy Army 4, staying on strongly under Nick Scholfield, and Curious Times winning the maiden hurdle impressively at Down Royal. Curious Times is owned by longtime clients of KRB Joe and Pat Sloan, who will be looking forward to the Dublin Festival at Leopardstown with The Storyteller this weekend. Curious Times is trained by Stewart Crawford and is an improving horse who will have some good days ahead.