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8th April 2017

Plus 7 and dry when waking in my hotel in Liverpool.

Loads happening at Aintree yesterday including my daughter Pandora riding her horse Offshore Account around the parade ring as part of the ROR class.. Very proud Dad

Wow another great days racing yesterday and Ladies day to boot.. Great sights on and off the racecourse?

Todays blog is going to be brief..

A huge day for all of us at Thorndale Farm. Our two best horses running in Grade One races. And with chances..

Charbel in the Novice Chase and The Last Samuri in the Grand National.. We also have Rocky’s Treasure running tomorrow at Ffos Las.. And Archie in the pony race at Andoversford Races.....For my thoughts their chances please click here..

Harry Bailey and friends joining us at Aintree.. Worry..the heat.. it could be 23 degrees later today and that is too hot.

Sadly no Mrs B on our big day.. crutches not a good way to navigate the Aintree crowds..

 A prison governor is appalled by the poor standard of English used by the inmates of his prison.

To rectify this problem he decides to employ a teacher from the local grammar school to set up remedial English classes.

In the first lesson, the teacher explains that she is going to start with the basics. "Who knows what always comes after a sentence?" she asks.

All the prisoners answer together, "The appeal!"

Have a great weekend and see you on Monday.. all being well...