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Tom Dascombe – Our Principal Flat Trainer
by Ed Glassonbury
25th February 2021

Tom Dascombe started his career in racing as a jump jockey, at the all-conquering Martin Pipe yard, at the age of 16. It was here, that Tom felt he picked up knowledge that he would not have picked up at any other yard in the country. In the 5 years that he was based at […]

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Gordon Elliott – Our Irish Trainer
by Ed Glassonbury
24th February 2021

Gordon Elliott began his racing career as a teenager, working for Tony Martin at weekends and during school holidays. Having taken out his amateur rider’s license at the age of 16, he went on to be a prolific rider both in the point-to-point field and on the racecourse. He rode a total of 46 winners […]

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Grimm Star Goes North In Search Of Glory
by Ed Glassonbury
21st February 2021

Just the one runner for the Deva Racing team on Monday, when Grimm Star heads North up the M6 to Carlisle and looks to make his presence felt in the first division of the 2 Mile Handicap Hurdle (3.10) for Dr Richard Newland. The French bred son of Cokoriko has had just the one start […]

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Our Sponsored Jockey – Cillin Leonard
by Ed Glassonbury
19th February 2021

Cillin Leonard grew up on the outskirts of Dublin in a little area called Beaumont and being the son of an aircraft mechanic and a school headmistress, the likelihood of him becoming a professional jockey was slim. However, while spending his school holidays at his grandparent’s farm in County Laois, he soon realised that he […]

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Goldencard Look To Go One Better
by Ed Glassonbury
17th February 2021

Goldencard has been the model of consistency in recent months and he looks to get a much-deserved victory, when lining up in the 1:30 at Leicester on Thursday. The son of Golden Lariat has not put a foot wrong in his most recent outings and Christian Williams looks to have found the perfect opportunity for […]

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February Newsletter
by Ed Glassonbury
5th February 2021

To read this months newsletter please click on the follwing link. Click here ->Deva Racing – Feb 2021 Newsletter  

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First Run In The Blue And Red
by Ed Glassonbury
5th February 2021

Harlow is a new recruit to the Deva Value ranks and he has his first run for the team when contesting the 1m4f handicap at Kempton on Saturday (7.00). The 7 year old has son of Harlan’s Holiday has been the model of consistency throughout his career, finishing in the first 4 on no less […]

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Ripper Roo Travels to Catterick
by Ryan Tongue
4th February 2021

The unrelenting rain that has gushed down upon racecourses up and down the country, has played havoc with Ripper Roo’s intended targets recently. Thankfully, with no inspections due, it looks as though he will get the chance to fulfil his potential and get that all important first win under rules, when lining up in the […]

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Jan Wellens Steps Up To A Marathon Trip
by Ed Glassonbury
26th January 2021

Hopes of a return to form for Jan Wellens are hinging on a step up in trip to the marathon distances therefore, Olly Murphy has decided to take him to Lingfield on Wednesday where he contests the 2 miles handicap at 3.00. The well-bred son of Dutch Art is closely related to plethora of Group […]

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Ripper Roo Aims To Go One Better
by Ed Glassonbury
23rd January 2021

Ripper Roo bids to get his elusive first win under rules when running in a competitive Maiden Hurdle at Hereford on Sunday. The meeting must be in doubt with sub zero temperatures due all night and snow falling for the majority of the morning however, a precautionary inspection has been called for 8.30am. After filling […]

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Zoff Returns To Winning Ways
by Ed Glassonbury
18th January 2021

Glorious Zoff got the Deva Racing team of the mark for the year on Friday night, when running out a decisive winner of the 1m4f handicap at Dundalk. The Gordon Elliott trained 4-year-old has shown a high level of form over hurdles since he joined the master trainer earlier this season. But with the with […]

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Monjeni Returns To His Favourite Venue
by Ed Glassonbury
17th January 2021

Monjeni is back in action for the Deva Value team on Monday, when he takes part in a ‘Jumpers Bumper’ card that has been put on for the recently abandoned National Hunt meeting at Lingfield. He lines up in the 1:45 under the hands of Charlie Todd. The son of Montjeu has been nothing but […]

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Jan Wellens Looks To Find His Form
by Ryan Tongue
16th January 2021

Jan Wellens is Deva Racing’s only runner on Saturday when he lines up in the 12:15 at Lingfield. The son of Dutch Art has been a little underwhelming since he arrived from Ger Lyon’s yard in the summer and hopes of a return to form are hinging on him racing back on the level. After […]

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Glorious Zoff Tries His Hand On The All-Weather
by Ed Glassonbury
14th January 2021

Glorious Zoff turns his attentions to the flat tomorrow, when he tries his hand on Dundalk’s all-weather surface for the first time, when lining up in the 4:45. Previously a promising horse on the level when trained in England by Charlie Hills, he has since gone on to be a highly rated juvenile hurdler for […]

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Grimm Star Looks Like Being A Star
by Ed Glassonbury
12th January 2021

Grimm Star ran a race full of promise at Hereford yesterday on his handicap debut, when finishing third. Cillin Leonard had him up with the pace the whole way and for a young horse running in a handicap for the first time, he travelled and jumped like a seasoned handicapper. Going down the back the […]

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Two Runners To Look Forward To
by Ed Glassonbury
10th January 2021

The start of the working week is not always a day to look forward to however, that is not the case for the Deva Racing team on Monday when two nice horses have their first run in the blue and red. Grimm Star makes his handicap debut in the 3:20 at Hereford and he is […]

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Monjeni back on his favoured surface
by Ed Glassonbury
6th January 2021

Deva Racing favourite Monjeni, is seen back in action for the first time this year, when he lines up the 2 miles Betway Apprentice Handicap at Wolverhampton – due off at 7:30. He is a horse bursting with character, which makes him well loved by all at Ian Williams’ yard as well as his countless […]

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Ripper Roo Runs A Blinder
by Ed Glassonbury
4th January 2021

Ripper Roo enhanced his reputation when he finished a close second at Fakenham, on his hurdle debut. It has been made no secret that Ripper Roo is highly thought of by both the team at Olly Murphy’s and all of us directly involved with him at Deva Racing. Therefore, it was great to see him […]

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