Friday 29th April
Its amazing – we are heading into May yet it is 3 degrees outside and sleeting, making the job for our Team a real challenge. The horses had their heavy winter rugs off last week but they have been back on the last few days to keep them nice and warm!
We have a range of upcoming entries – both flat and jumps, and some very nice horses to run this weekned – Sakhee’s City (favourite) at Hexham in a novice, City Dreams (seller, Hexham) Arabian Oasis in an apprentice handicap at Doncaster, Moscow Presents in a handicap hurdle at Uttoxeter, and Cleve Cottage in a novice handicap hurdle at Uttoxeter (favourite). Tomorrow is going to be busy for sure, but hopefully another winner on the board if we have some luck – and safe return for all our runners. The jumpers who are running tomorrow all schooled yesterday, here are some photos of them in action –
We also schooled others, and all went well…
Arabian Oasis who make a return to the flat tomorrow was looking in great nick – he is pictured here with Sarah , pointing his toe and showing his well being…he is an exceptionally well bred gelding being out of the Oaks winner, Love Divine, but suprisingly bred by the sprinter, Oasis Dream. He has the successful stallions Sixties icon and Native Ruler as his half brothers. We think he can be an improver for us and we like him a lot.
There are two new posts whih may be of interest to some of you – updated ‘Horses for sale’ with new photos, and A new national Hunt Partnership – about to be launched. These posts will appear shortly.
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