With a practice license at Chantilly, Caroline Lanceline was thrilled yesterday to win her first quint at Longchamp with the Ironweathers. The son of Triple Threat is his only horse in training and he shares his stable with his former reformed horses, Sziget, and his father C’est Un Ange… what a story!
Caroline Lancelin wins her first quinte with the Ironwithers at Longchamp (April)
A few years ago we told you a wonderful story about it’s an angelan unknown courier who was born in the Château de Lamorle and grew up in the middle of the nearby Golfe du Lis before making a career under the heel of his breeder. Caroline Lancelin. This training license, installed in the center of Chantilly, trained a horse that was of high quality, but with which he had a serious accident in the morning during training. With this C’est Un Ange she had 2 offspring, including a brave Szigetan invalid horse that brought him several victories in the Parisian region…
This is Angel during the victory in Dieppe (April)
Some time later, Caroline Lancelin finds a good horse, but this time of a completely different caliber: Ironissers. In 9 rides, this beautiful black horse won 3 times and never made any money…until yesterday he offered the top five to his mentor, who achieved the feat in Longchamp with his only horse in “training”! She tells us: Ironweathers came to me by chance to train, and we learned how to pass the time. I bought him amicably from his breeder with my companion. This is the only horse in Timothy Florent’s race to have had a dam, Nicholsud, apparently very temperamental. He broke up with it because it’s hard to breed without soil, but I think he’s got it back since Ironweathers started racing. He is a good horse who does everything well and loves Longchamp! Believe that he likes beautiful places…“.
This prestigious success crowns Caroline’s passion for horses: “ I have a fairly classic background, as I started riding ponies when I was very young, then riding horses. However, I have always been in contact with purebloods. I sailed through the Loire-Atlantique, where I played ball, and then returned to Lamorle. In everyday life I am a lawyer and the purpose of this teaching license is to have fun and above all not to hope to make money! Ironweathers is my only horse I train, but she shares the stable with my reformed Sziget and Sister Ange. I also have a 2 year old child who is being raised by the Horie family, who I have been working with for a long time. I bought this because it is the first product from Diana d’Aumont that I have used in training. After all, I haven’t been to many stables, but if I have to name someone who has helped me and who I admire, it’s David Windrief. It was with him that I made my first gallop, and he is a man whom I respect very much. I want to thank him.“
Caroline Lancelin and Clément Lecouvre with Sighet son of C’est Un Ange and his last winner before the Ironwithers.
The Ironweathers can continue to pursue their coaching dream, and now at 43.5 he will have to climb the floors. He honors his father triple threat, definitely very versatile. Standard Haras de Turi is going through a period of good form, whether on level ground or in jumps, after he first shone in Ireland where his son AQPS Icarus Debois won a rich bumper debuting at the Fairyhouse. Caroline Lancelin explains: ” I think Triple Threat is a good stallion that shouldn’t be considered a hindrance, proof! Perhaps this will encourage people to trust him with flat mares. Let’s see what happens next in the Ironwithers program… if we move up in the category, I want to do it by competing, not just trying my luck at a higher level.” Whatever the outcome, this little black warrior will be a shining horse for trained Carolina Lanceline, who spent an unforgettable moment in the temple of French galloping!