Regaby did well for Pat Kelly, owner of Dominion Racing Stables, winning three times over fences for the yard, twice at Sedgefield and once at Hexham.

He was sold to James Young at the Tattersalls Sale at Ascot last November and recently made his debut in UK points when running 6th in the prestigious and historic Coronation Cup at Larkhill (5th February). This is one of the “Classic” races of the pointing season and he wasn’t disgraced at all in this class under Josh Cameron.

Most recently (19th February) he ran 3rd in the Wessex National at Badbury Rings.

Pointing in this country serves purposes for horses and riders, giving young versions of both racing experience when competition is a step below that under Rules, as well as giving ex-racers a renewed lease of life.

Regaby looked in great order at Larkhill and has clearly enjoyed his time hunting with James Young in the New Forest.