The yard is back to full capacity and our team of yearlings for next season is set to be the biggest it may have ever been after five new babies joined the yard from the Tattersalls yearling sales.
I will give a full run through in next week's blog when details have been finalised and pictures taken but two of the fillies are by Roaring Lion and grey in coat so will of course be owned by Carol Bushnell and her friends who love to have horses of that colour.
The third yearling will be added to the roster of the N.E.T. Racing Club who will get the chance to nominate a name for her and then vote on the best one in the near future.
The fourth filly will be available for syndication and I hope to have full details of that in the next few days.
And finally we have taken charge of Steve Clarke and Tony Wideson's homebred filly who didn't make her reserve at the sales and they have decided to put her in training alongside her older half-sister Kiti Sunset.
Added to these we have the Kuroshio colt we bought last month so there is loads of new blood in the yard and hopefully they will be the stars of next year and beyond.
In the more immediate future we have plenty of runners this week.
Yarmouth hosts it's final meeting of the year on Tuesday and, as ever, we will be out in force.
Spanish Mane bounced back to form with a win at Leicester before getting a wide trip at Kempton the next time. The straight course here will be more to her liking and she should be in the mix as long as the ground doesn't go too soft.
With chances running out now the turf season is coming to a close, Cabrini and Heer's Sadie have got to run in the same race later in the card.
Cabrini deserves to win a race but was disappointing last time stepped up to seven furlongs. She drops a furlong in trip here and hopefully that means she can come back to form.
Heer's Sadie has had a couple little niggles since her last run so she has been off the track for a few weeks and I feel she might just need this race to get back to full fitness again.
On Wednesday we will be closer to home at Newmarket with two of the youngsters having their first taste of the racecourse.
As ever with races here, they will very likely be extremely high class affairs which will throw up some decent horses for the future. Our pair will both be going for the experience with the aim of them enjoying the run and learning for the future.
The week rounds off with a pair of entries on Saturday.
This will probably Mrs Meader's last run of the season before her winter holiday and I'm desperate for her to go out on a win. She was very unlucky to lose by a nose at Windsor a couple of runs back and there have been excuses for her lesser efforts since then. She has run well at the track and I hope she can run well again as long as the long season hasn't taken its toll on her.
Engrave will be the other entry at Chelmsford and this is where she tends to run her best races. She has come down a bit in the weights and usually hits top form around about now so I'm hoping she can get back in the money.