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9th October 2021
Plus 12 and dry when driving in.
Did you know how pleasing it was to watch Does He Know win his first chase at Chepstow yesterday? Very..
DHK was impressive.. we call him talented, but quirky..
This former English point to point winner had a good season over hurdles last winter and bar a mishap at Newbury his owners had fun .. from a distance.. Now back racing with crowds we had a good turn out yesterday.. The team enjoyed their result although sadly some were not there
The Yes He Does Syndicate....Richard and Sara Fabian, Alan and Sally James, Mark and Melinda Laws, Karen Masters, David and Shantha Shuttle, Peter and Fiona Woodhall, Harry and Sandie Taylor, Rodney and Moira Stoneman, Vince Burmingham, John and Pat Lee and Gillian Clough.
Mat and I returned via Gloucester and bought some Fish..Well I did .. Mat only does chicken!! Fishy Friday..
During evening stabes I started my videos of horses for owners but had to stop when Dougie was found to have collapsed in the yard..Clare rushed him off to the vets and thankfully he seems fine this morning.. Too much excitement having a winner perhaps.
The Ashes is on which is really good news.. Subject to conditions.. Sadly Harry's return for Christmas might also be subject to conditions..
David Bass, Ciaran Gethings and Harrison Beswick were all in to ride out
First guests back from CD Tours for a morning on the gallops.. Liam and Martyn Franek, Geoff and Sue Kirby.
Also here were Mark Strangward and his father in law Gerald Thomas who saw our advert in Owner Breeder magazine last month.
Garry and Tracy Betley arrived third lot to see their KBRS horse Phantom Getaway.
Dick and Anne Bradford were also here to see Grapevine Syndicate horse Starvoski.
No runners over the weekend and frankly we won't have many until we have some more rain.
We all know this one..
A man drove past a traffic camera and saw it flash.
He couldn’t believe he had been caught speeding when he was driving below the speed limit for once!
He turned around and drove past again, this time even slower.
But as he passed the camera, it flashed again. He was angry!
He turned around again and this time drove past at a snail’s pace.
But again, the camera flashed.
“Oh, well,” he thought. “It must be broken.” and drove home.
A week later, he received three tickets in the mail for not wearing his seatbelt..
Tomorrow is travelling head girl Leigh Pollard's Birthday. Best turned out lady.. yes again with DHK at Chepstow.