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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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Bering is on the Up!

The horses have made a very encouraging start to the season and it was good to get another winner on the board with Bering Upsun at Kelso .   Multipede made an excellent start on his first time over fences at the same meeting, Bullion ran well for a long while at Carlisle and Aristo du Plessis ran a cracker at Wetherby . The...
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Up and Running!

We are now starting to have our first runners after the summer break and this is the result of many weeks of hard work by everyone.   First of all the slow exercise to start the fittening process, progressing on to cantering and gradually building this up so that in that in the last few weeks we have been able to do some vital...
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Straight From The Trainer's Mouth...

It will be no surprise to hear from James that after the exceptionally wet weather in August and September, the going on the grass gallops is heavy and not what you would expect at this time of year.   However, it does mean that the horses are further on than normal as they are having to work harder and this is improving their fitness...
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The Present and the Past

James Ewart Racing Open Day On Sunday 1 st September over 130 owners and supporters gathered at the yard for the 14 th   Open Day. It was warm and sunny with only the odd shower which was an amazing break in an otherwise well-established wet and windy weather pattern. Chairs were arranged for viewing the parade and we enjoyed basking in the...
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