Chaos Control

Chaos Control


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Introducing: Chaos Control

Introducing Chaos Control, a handsome four-year old gelding, in training with Stuart Edmunds. Chaos Control has smart breeding; he is sired by Mastercraftsman and out of the High Chaparral mare, Va Pensiero.

Mastercraftsman’s progeny include the likes of 150 rated horses, Scaramanga and Master Blueyes. His dam won two of her five races and is by the same stallion as Altior, among many notable others.

Chaos Control has run a total of 21 times and has already proven he has heaps of ability. He has notched up four wins and over £35k in prize money to date. Each of his big runs have been on differing trips and on varying ground, which is a testament to his versatility.

Chaos Control is a ‘bright-eyed and bushy tailed’ sort. He loves his job and takes his races well, so is clearly a horse that is going to be able to run plenty. Indeed, he has all the makings of an exciting dual purpose prospect, which will provide his owners with lots of fun days throughout the year, whether it’s a classic afternoon at a National Hunt meeting or an evening of Flat racing on the all-weather.

Stuart has informed that… “He’s just a thoroughly likable little horse”, adding, “You could end up in the Boodles, you know, at the Festival if all went well, and I can think of no reason why it wouldn’t. ”Stuart hit the ground running with Chaos Control, getting a win with him at Wolverhampton in November.

Chaos Control has progressed impressively through his first hurdling season. His most recent start at Market Rasen saw him win by a staggering 22 lengths and he has since been given an official rating of 123 over hurdles.

Chaos ran an excellent race at Aintree in the 4-Y-O Juvenile Hurdle (Grade 1), finishing 6th, which represents a big step up in class.

Chaos continued his strong form over the summer with yet another nice run at Aintree, finishing 3rd in a high-class handicap. Following this, he went out for a short holiday to allow him to freshen up after a busy season.

He returned to training in July and was stepped up to 2m4f at Uttoxeter for his first run back. He seemed to appreciate the longer trip and according to jockey, Ciaran Gethings, his jumping was the best it’s ever been despite his less than ideal position in the field.

Shares in Chaos Control are £100 each. The syndicate term ends 31.01.2024.

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