Minella Racing

…. Racehorses called Minella...

Minella Racing.

John Nallen Owner at Hotel Minella has produced racehorses in the Minella name
for sale over many years.
This website traces the development of the Minella Horses.

Here John Nallen brings us behind the scenes as he prepares
his latest crop of young horses for sale.

12 Horses in Class of 2015

These novices are being put through their paces over hurdles by John Nallen of Hotel Minella.

Minella tweet wins at Listowel

Minella Tweet
Winner for John Nallen at Listowel 17 September 2014

Sales at Chelthnam

Rocco tops at stunning new sale
A new bloodstock auction, held by Brightwells after racing on the third day of the Cheltenham Festival, proved an outstanding success.

Top of the list was a four-year-old gelding called Minella Rocco
(Lot 17), who had made his racing debut five days earlier
when landing a point-to-point at Horse & Jockey in Ireland.
It took a bid of £260,000 by Kieran McManus to close out rival bidders.

Auction record at Brightwells
John Nallen sells at Brightwells

Vendor Johnn Nallen said: “I’m happy with that – it’s worked very well. I bought him as a store for €48,000 in June and he won nicely before we bought him to market.”

Minella for value..

The Minella horses are purchased as yearlings and reared
by John Nallen at his Lavally Farm.

In this video John shows us the winter feeding routine on the farm.

John Nallen is an accomplished horse trainer.

John Nallen is an accomplished horse trainer.
who has always named his horses after his family Hotel.

Contact John Nallen at Hotel Minella.
Class of 2014 start in training.

Minella Four Star winner of Midlands National.

Minella crop of young Horses

Preparing for 2014 season.

Minella racing Silks

Minella racing silks.

Corporate Entertainment at Minella Hotel.

John Nallen is delighted to bring visitors on a breakfast tour of his gallops
to see the Minella horses put through there paces. .

Contact John. 353 52 6122388 - Mob. 086 2052072

To book in your group for; "Breakfast on the Gallops"

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