Pasta La Vista (stable name Riga) is a two year old filly and our Flat racing horse. Riga’s claim to fame is that she is related to two especially successful racehorses on her sire’s side – Proconsul is a full brother to Frankel and Noble Mission. Her dam produced Ivors Rebel, a 95 rated 5 furlong sprinter. Take a look at the graphic below for more information on Pasta La Vista’s breeding.
We are very pleased with Pasta La Vista’s progress over the last few months and she recently ran very well at Wolverhampton on 16th November. We are excited to see how she progresses.
Riga is a very sweet-natured filly. She has a lovely temperate and is lovely looking – at a glance she looks quite similar to Tilly, but Riga is of a finer build and doesn’t have any markings on her face.
Pasta La Vista is one of three horses that all our owners are involved in. When you join All Seasons Racing Club, you will receive a 0.1% share in Pasta La Vista and each of our other two horses (equating to 0.3% share overall).
We offer a fantastic value, affordable alternative to racehorse syndicates. A year’s membership is paid for with just one annual fee, and there are no hidden extras. No trainers’ fees, entry fees or vets’ bills! All Seasons offer a fantastic entry-level racehorse ownership experience to people looking to enjoy racehorse ownership in South East England and beyond.
We pride ourselves on offering our owners a memorable, accessible and enjoyable racehorse ownership experience. We make a real effort to look after our owners, keeping them informed on the horses’ progress with regular updates and making sure we offer regular opportunities for owners to visit the yard and gallops and attend the races.
Ready to begin your racehorse ownership experience? Head to our shares page to purchase your membership online today. If you have any questions please feel free to contact our racing manager John via the contact page.
Trainer Quote: "The sweetest filly in the yard, loved by everyone who works with her. Impressed in her barrier trial and her Cape Cross dam line should see her get better and stronger as she steps up."