25th August 2016

25-August-2016 18:00
in General
by Admin

Neal and Heather were here early doors to see Brandon Hill, Chase End Charlie, Agamemnon and Russian Service. Annoyingly, it was the first foggy morning in ages so visibility was limited. There is no sound like horses galloping and todays weather conditions added to experience.

A few of the 3 year olds went down onto the schooling strip and jumped a few fences. All did it beautifully given it was their first time.

Beneficial ex Beann Ard

Flemensfirth ex Shannon Theatre





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Isle of Ewe has an entry in a novice hurdle at Southwell on Wednesday and Katie Kilminster in the newcomer’s bumper. Both horses are well, Katie won’t be going anywhere near the place if there is any firm in the going description. Both have to come through their work tomorrow and Isle has to please us in her schooling session.