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The Winners Keep Flowing
by Ed Glassonbury
10th May 2021

We have started the new National Hunt season the same way finished the last – with winners! High Change got his Deva Racing career of to the best possible start, when he ran out a comprehensive winner of a competitive Handicap Hurdle that was shown live, on ITV Racing. Dr Richard Newland had been full […]

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May Newsletter
by Ed Glassonbury
10th May 2021

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

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Grange Road Makes The Long Journey North
by Ed Glassonbury
7th May 2021

We are thrilled that Grange Road will finally makes his belated debut for Deva Racing, when he makes the 7-hour trip up to Hexham, to compete in the 2m7f Maiden Hurdle (4.30) on Saturday. The well-bred son of Oscar is closely related to a dual winner of Olly murphy’s and the top-class chaser, Albertas Run. […]

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A Busy Day Beckons
by Ed Glassonbury
6th May 2021

We head to the midlands today, where we have three runners for three different trainers at a relatively unused Worcester racecourse. Goldencard kicks the day off for us when tackling the opening race on the card (1.00) – 2 mile Handicap Chase. He was the model of consistency throughout the middle of last season, racking […]

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Capo Bay Heads North In Search Of First Victory
by Ed Glassonbury
29th April 2021

With Guineas weekend only 48hours away, it is fair to say that the flat season has well and truly started. Thanks to this, it means that we get to see Capo Bay on the course for the first time, since having three promising runs as an immature two year old. Tom Dascombe has been adamant […]

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Costa Adeje Out To Gain More Experience
by Ed Glassonbury
24th April 2021

We head to Leicester today, where Costa Adeje looks to gain more invaluable experience before a possible tilt at the Chester May Festival next month. Although, finishing down the field on his debut at the Newmarket Craven meeting just two weeks to go, it was a run full of promise. He jumped from the stalls […]

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Review Of The Past Weeks Runners
by Ed Glassonbury
20th April 2021

Last Monday saw the racecourse debut of Graceful Moment and she put in a very credible effort when finishing third at Redcar, despite running very green. She was markedly slow out of the stalls, which put her on the back foot straight away and was then notably green throughout the first half of the race. […]

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Ripper Looks To End The Season On A High
by Ed Glassonbury
19th April 2021

Throughout the National Hunt season Ripper Roo has been the model of consistency and has notched up two seconds and two thirds from his four outings. With the winter season coming to an end and the ground drying up, today is likely to be his last run before having a well-deserved summer holiday and Olly […]

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April Newsletter
by Ed Glassonbury
15th April 2021

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

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Captain Tom Cat Runs At Cheltenham
by Ed Glassonbury
14th April 2021

We head to Cheltenham today where the blue and red silks are carried to post by prolific hurdle winner, Captain Tom Cat. As you expect for the cut-throat nature of the track, he is running in an ultra competitive looking handicap hurdle, due to go off at 2:40. A three time hurdle winner during the […]

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The Start Of An Exciting Week
by Ed Glassonbury
13th April 2021

Today is the start of a busy and exciting week for the Deva Racing team, with the first of our five runners hitting the track. The two runners going to post today are, Costa Adeje in the 1.35 at Newmarket Goldencard in the 5.25 at Southwell.  Costa Adeje gets the ball rolling in a strong […]

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Glorious Zoff Makes Quick Reappearance
by Ed Glassonbury
30th March 2021

Glorious Zoff’s attentions turn back to the level on Wednesday, when he bids for back to back course and distance wins by running in the 5:30 at Dundalk. On paper, Glorious Zoff’s run at Cheltenham two weeks ago looks a little disappointing. However, he ran far better than the bare result suggests and he was […]

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First Success For Deva Value
by Ed Glassonbury
10th March 2021

Although Tuesday 9th March 2021 will not go down in any record books, it will live long in the memory of the many owners of Harlow, who shared their first ever victory as an owner when Ian Williams’ charge stormed to victory at Southwell. After a slightly underwhelming display just 4 days prior at Lingfield, […]

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Two Good Chances Go To Post
by Ed Glassonbury
8th March 2021

Tuesday promises to be a busy day for Deva Racing, due to having two runners on the same day for the first time since the turn of the year and both look to have strong form claims. Our first runner to hit the track is Olly Murphy’s gorgeous son of Smadoun, Ripper Roo. He has […]

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Harlow Drops Down In Trip
by Ed Glassonbury
4th March 2021

After a quiet period, it will be great to see the Deva Racing silks back out in action when Harlow heads to Lingfield on Friday (2.35) and he looks to build on a promising debut for the team. A dual winner on the all-weather for previous connections, the son of Harlan’s Holiday was too keen […]

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March Newsletter
by Ed Glassonbury
4th March 2021

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

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Cheltenham Festival Tipping Competition
by Ed Glassonbury
4th March 2021

We are thrilled to announce that we have produced a Cheltenham Festival tipping competition! It is free to enter and you you could win yourself a FREE share in Deva Racing’s own ‘Mount Batton’. All you have to do is pick a selection in each race of the Cheltenham Festival, then sit down, relax and […]

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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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