Kelleway sells up at Shalfleet

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Paul Kelleway yesterday sold his Shalfleet Stable to Jeremy Noseda and is pondering his future. "I don't know what I am going to do yet," he said. "I have two daughters training and a son who wants to train. I have a couple of options open to me. The opportunity arose to sell the yard so I had to take it."

Kelleway, whose fortunes have declined this year, has only has a dozen horses in his care.

Noseda, who helped Sheikh Mohammed set up his Godolphin operation, has trained in Los Angeles since 1995.