Richard Fahey started the two-year-old season feeling disappointed with his lot.
Because he was noted as saying his early-season prospects just didn't live up to expectation. From a stable that is used to making a flying start it was a bitter pill to take. However, with such a huge string of juveniles it was only a matter of time before Mews House, Musley Bank, Malton, struck gold.
Followers have seen the stable hit a good few two-year-old wins.
Horses such as Internationaldream, Fev Rover, Escape Route & Umm Kulthum have made up for these earlier disappointments.
It's good to see that the Fahey team have another potential star two-year-old in their ranks.
On a blustery day at Great Yarmouth, Faora made a sparkling debut in the 3:55 Yarmouth - Follow At The Races On Twitter Fillies' Novice Stakes (Plus 10/GBB Race) (Class 5) (2yo) (6f3yds) 6f Good to Soft.
Faora was an expensive breeze-up purchase for The Cool Silk Partnership at 375,000 g. This daughter of Hard Spun out of a winning mare was seriously backed for her debut. Ridden by Barry McHugh, she cruised past her rivals winning in ready fashion by just over one length.
See the full result here.
Quite a late foal born 21st April 2018, she is a good-looking filly with a professional approach and a horse who will be competing at pattern class sooner rather than later.
The Cool Silk Partnership have been blessed by a number of exceptional talents including Sands Of Mali and Summer Sands.
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