Dam: Fen Guest (GB)
Trainer: Mark Johnston
Syndicate owns: 2.50%, split into 14 shares
Share £161.98 to ENIGMA members, all upkeep included to 1st Nov 2021
Thereafter annual upkeep begins at circa £98.00 per share (less our split of prize money earnings)
This filly will be transferring from Mark Johnston to a National Hunt yard to go novice hurdling at the end of the 2020 flat turf season.
A thorough staying filly with a great attitude who has come into her own stepped up in trip as a 3-y-o.
She's won three times this year to date at trips of 12fl+ - the only heavy defeating coming on the all weather (a surface she didn't enjoy).
On flat turf she is amazingly versatile, going on all surfaces from heavy to quick - with more improvement on tap when she can tackle 2 miles plus.
Video 1 above is a highlights reel of her first two wins this season at Ripon and Catterick - where she announced herself as a filly with hurdles potential this winter.
She is by Farhh, a very good influence for stamina (sire of Dee Ex Bee and Wells Farhh Go) - out of a dam from a big blacktype distaff family.
2nd dam Crackling produced three 90+ flat performers plus Sleepy Hollow who went hurdling and was 5th to Peddlers Cross in the Aintree 20fl Grade 2 novices' hurdle.
Fiveandtwenty is a very likeable unexposed filly who offers the prospect of instant racing. She has more to offer on the flat up in trip, and is a lovely hurdles prospect to boot.
She is only just getting started and all her best days lie ahead.
She offers her owners the prospect of a fantastic racing journey and a great residual value, when it's time to retire to the paddocks.