The horses have come out of the weekend races in good shape, we didn’t make them all favorite and that I am afraid is someone else’s problem, not mind. I was delighted with the way they all ran excluding Dorking Cock who was a slow starter last time around. Le Grand Fromage ran above my expectations, Floating Rock was green and he too had a decent blow, Neveille’s Cross bumped into a race hardened campaigner and Saint Arvans had a nice time hitting the line well in a race that will throw up plenty of winners. Incidentally, the winner of the Chepstow bumper was under the pump when falling in behind Adrimel when he won his p2p. I had nothing to complain about over the weekend, if all our horses show such promise I’ll remain happy. If you lost your 50p each way lucky 15, I wish you better luck next time. Going forward, please do not contact me via any form of social media, text or email. Spare your time as I don’t even open the messages! Trainer’s licenses can be applied for via the BHA should you feel the need to have a go yourself.
This morning many horses had typical Monday morning canters, Lossiemouth, Miss Mondito and Glory and Fortune jumped a line of five hurdles after cantering on the sand. A few three year olds jumped 8 fences down on the schooling strip with Kateson, Johnbb and Lamanver Odyssey.
Our horses are needing a run which is no bad thing at this time of year and quite often the case for us.
Glory and Fortune, Red Nika and Miss Mondito run tomorrow, to read my thoughts click here.
Below is a link to my sister's fund rasing page, it is a massive concern to think these amazing facilities are falling so short on much needed funds. Any support, no matter how small would be gratefully received.