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A Wonderful Week

We have had an exciting few days. Between Monday 20 th   and Thursday 23 rd January we had five runners with three winners and a very close third.   Beat Box and Dunly provided us with a double at Newcastle and the highlight of the week was Charmant’s   win at Wetherby with Racing Post rating him the Star Performer of the meeting....
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Dunly Delivers

Thankfully the yard appears to be returning to normal and most of the horses are running well.   During the first week of 2020 we had 13 runners and another winner and so this was a busy time. On New Year’s Day we ran three horses at Musselburgh and one at Catterick . At Musselburgh , Beat Box ridden by Danny McMenamin had his...
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The Tide is Turning

We have had a frustrating spell with the horses not running up to form during November and the beginning of December.   This was due to events outwith our control with the cause being identified as a bad batch of feed and  this has resulted in our making a lot of positive alterations swiftly. However, we are now getting back on track and the...
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When the Going Gets Tough.......

STOP PRESS!     Ettila de Sivola returned to winning ways at Newcastle today in the bet365.com Novice Handicap Chase providing Brian Hughes with the third leg of a four timer at the track.  Bingo d'Olivate also came a good second in the bet365.com Handicap Hurdle.   Reports will be included in the next blog. Ettila de Sivola After a promising start to the...
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Testing Conditions

We have been lucky to avoid the extreme flooded conditions suffered across the Midlands and north of England with Cheltenham losing the first day of their November meeting . The Bet Victor Gold Cup was saved with racing resuming on Saturday but the fields for most of the races were much reduced. Some of our horses have not relished the conditions further north...
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