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I have noticed that more racecourses are providing a free meal to stable staff. I could not believe that Lake Field finished second yesterday.. It was good to meet his owner Martin Kiely who had flown over from Ireland to watch his horse run. The pharmacist at the counter asked the older boy, "Son, how old are you? The man continued, “Do you know what these are used for? It was TLS first run over hurdles for about 3 years and the handicapper raised him the best part of 20lbs for the privilege, but this morning he is probably saying it was a good thing as TLS finished 2nd and would have probably won in another 100yards. Ed Bailey, who has ridden a couple of winners recently and Tom Bellamy were in this morning; we jumped Chateau Robin, Knockanrawley, The Drinkymeister, Another Venture, Our Belle Amie and Johnny Ocean. Keep up the great work See you soon, from a very happy owner! Station Master and Diamond Gait and for my thoughts on their chances please click here. In days of old when knights were bold and suits were made of tin No mournful cry escaped the guy who sat down on a pin! Thursday is our easy day but not for The Last Samuri, Knockanrawley, Harry Topper and Johnny Ocean who all had an away day work out.Warwick, Exeter and Cheltenham have done it for a while now but Newton Abbott started proving free food this season and Wincanton on Saturday provided a voucher for the canteen. He looked all over the winner during the race but was beaten.. ” The boy replied, “Not exactly, but they aren't for me. We ran TLS to boost his confidence and as a prep race for the Beecher Chase at Aintree in 3 weeks time.. Second lot Darren Smith was here to see his KBRP horses Vinndication and Dusty Pearl We had a visit as usual from our vet and this weeks movers and shakers in the BHA handicap charts were.. Being heavy with cold means I am not in the best of humours so not much to add todays blog bar the fact that Champion Chase heads to Ascot Sales and we have three runners at Ludlow... Frank always looked on the bright side no matter what the circumstances. There was some very good racing over the weekend and now that the rain has come to support the cards. Tomorrows card at Hereford has been called off due to their very fast ground.. Some hours later and after blood testes etc I was sent home in one piece and no I don’t have a DVT..
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A big thank you to Ayr as their owners and trainers facilities were like a good London restaurant but free.. Not for one second I am suggesting that my two jockeys did anything wrong but Brian wins everything up North.. It was Richie’s first winner for us and the Moremoneythan Partnership of Phil and Gill Andrews, Philip and Sandra Arkwright, John Benson, Susan Brien, Chris Hill, Geoffrey Irving, David and Frances Ratcliffe, Darren Smith, Colin Stewart, Dave Wharton and Gerry Worcester had something to cheer and much to look forward to. 'Good morning Kim Wow, I am still and was speechless after yesterday’s excitement!
But the racecourse were brilliant at looking after my owners and staff. Perhaps in future I will keep my horses down south or employ Brian Hughes when heading North of Wetherby.. Huge celebrations from his happy team who many had made the long journey to Ludlow.
”“That's awful,” said Frank, “But it could have been worse.”“How could it have been worse? Minus 2 and frost on my windscreen and dry when driving in. The ground at Exeter changed hugely and there were some very tired horses. annoying that it had rained as he would have preferred better ground, but having said that he jumped well and it was a good enough run… For those of you who don’t know Jeremy, he was a hugely successful trainer based in Northern Ireland.
”“Well,” replied Frank, “If it happened the night before, I'd be dead now! Jeremy Maxwell was worried that yesterdays blog read like it was his obituary.. He was also a very successful stud owner and breeder, and of course a well known seller of good jump horses.