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Mise En Scene


Brendan Walsh

Regular price
£72.00 GBP
Regular price
£96.00 GBP
Sale price
£72.00 GBP


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Mise En Scene

  • 2019 Bay Filly
  • Siyouni (FR) x Gadfly (GB)
  • Trainer: Brendan Walsh

What's included?

  • Fully loaded welcome pack (membership card, badge, keyring, pen, booklet)
  • Personalised share certificate
  • Photograph of your horse
  • 24/7 access to the members area online

    Share details

    • Maximum shares available: 2500 / 0.004%
    • Subscription ends 1st April 2023
    • Regular updates in members area



    Mise En Scene horse share

    Buy a Mise En Scene horse share. She is a beautifully bred filly and a rare commodity indeed. She has already proven herself in the highest company and is therefore likely to contest some of the most famous events in the British flat racing calendar.

    Her parents are the French-based stallion Siyouni, and the mare, Gadfly. Gadfly, of course, is half-sister to the 2006 1,000 Guineas heroine, Speciosa.  We hope she will follow in in the footsteps of the 2020 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner, Sottsass and 2021’s unbeaten dual Classic scorer, St Mark’s Basilica.

    Mise En Scene racehorse profile

    Mise En Scene wasted no time proving her quality when she left her opponents by four lengths, landing her debut at Haydock Park in July 2021. She then moved on to the Group 3, Prestige Stakes, a race that has hosted a myriad racing legends. Billesdon Brook, Sky Lantern and Snow Fairy are all multiple Group 1 scorers.

    She travelled to San Diego in California and took part in the Breeders’ Cup.  Unfortunately she suffered a hammer blow when she was allocated a wide draw on the tight Del Mar turf track. As a result she trapped on the outside without cover throughout.  In the closing stages she weakened and finished tenth, albeit beaten by only four and a quarter lengths.

    Mise En Scene started her 2022 campaign on 22nd May when lining up in the Tattersalls Irish 1000 Guineas (Group 1) at the Curragh where she suffered travel sickness. She enjoyed a holiday on her return to the UK before running a highly promising race in the Atalanta Stakes (Group 3) at Sandown on 20th August with a fast finishing, never nearer 6th. Mise En Scene's most recent race was at Yarmouth in the John Musker Fillies' Stakes (Listed) on 14th September when she was beaten by the narrowest of margins, an agonising nose, to finish second. 

    Her next race was in the Breeders' Cup Filly & Mare Turf (Grade 1) at Keeneland on Saturday 5th November. She ran a massive race to finish a close up sixth winning $40,000 in the process. 

    Mise En Scene has stayed in America and has joined Brendan Walsh. She will be aimed at the American Oaks (Grade 1) at Santa Anita on 26th December, a race worth $300,000.

    Members are invited to enter the owner’s badge ballot every time Mise En Scene is declared to run. You could be there as an official owner free of charge! 

    Brendan Walsh says;

    "I’m delighted to team up with RacehorseClub once again. We had great success together with The Lir Jet so hopefully this filly will give us even more to cheer about. She joined my stable after she ran a huge race to finish 6th in in the $2 million, Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf at Keeneland in November. She has done nothing but please me in her training and is set to run in the American Oaks (Grade 1) at Santa Anita on 26th December. She is a very classy filly who I’m sure will win plenty of races.”