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JS Bloodstock's first ever runner at the Royal Meeting was Time To Study who was bought privately for current owner K Sohi and is training with Ian Williams. Time To Study finished 3rd giving his owners a lot to cheer about when he kicked off bend and challenged for the lead. Unfortunately the soft ground found him out towards the end, but he'll be very competitive at the top of the staying ranks this season. Congratulations to all connections....

Shadn, a well bred filly by No Nay Never, won her maiden first time out by over 3 lengths. Bought for Al Rabban racing from Tattersalls Ascot as a yearling she's pleased her trainer Andrew Balding from day 1. She'll head for either the Albany or Queen Mary at Royal Ascot in 2 weeks time.

WINNER - Bushtucker Trial, a £10,000 purchase from Tattersalls Ascot, wins well at Leicester in the 5 Furlong Sartorius Novice Auction Stakes. Dragon Command, a 31,000 Euro purchase from Tattersalls Ireland, showed a lot of promise finishing 2nd at Carlisle. Both Exciting prospects. ...

Successful pinhook for JS Bloodstock and Hetta Stevens at Goffs UK: Hetta and JS Bloodstock sold lot 44 for £54,000 to Matt Coleman of StroudColeman Bloodstock. The colt, by Due Diligence, will now head into training with Roger Charlton. Offered as a yearling at the Doncaster yearling sales, the colt was bought back on behalf of the owners by Bobby O'Ryan. A private deal with the owners outside of the ring by Billy meant the colt went into training with Hetta. The gamble paid off with the colt breezing in the top 40 on the clock and posting some remarkable statistics for his 7.6 metre stride length, the best in the sale. We wish the new owners the best of luck with him in the future....

Group 1 winner Comin' Through has been bought to continue his racing career in the UK. Comin' Through, a full brother to Australian champion older horse Criterion, has been bought in a deal brokered by JS Bloodstock.  The 5 year old gelding has earned over AU$1.8 million in prize money in Australia. A winner of the Group 1 Doomben Cup in May 2018, he was also second in the prestigious Group 1 Doncaster mile. His last win came in the Group 2 Tramway stakes last September, since then he has raced in Hong Kong and Dubai.  We look forward to watching him perform on the big stage this season in the UK, best of luck to all of his connections. ...