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10th July 2018

Plus 14 and dry when driving in. Does it feel cooler?....

Busy with visitors this morning..

Carol Bailey called in to see her KBRP horse Blazon and her Racing For Maggies horse Another Venture.

Third lot Paul Martin, his son paul and Cathy Traynor was here to see Peeping Tom

John and Laura Garrett were here mid morning to see their KBRP horses Pond Road, Commodore Barry, Red River and their Racing for Maggies horse Another Venture

Philip and Sandra Arkwright were here late morning to see their KBRP horses Vinndication, Chateau Robin and their Racing For Maggies horse Another Venture. Lunch after?

Graham Potts was here for his Tuesday veterinary visit.. Flu vacs..

This weeks movers and shaker in the BHA handicap charts is Net Work Rouge down 3 to 122...

We are so very lucky to be living in this part of the country and last night Archie was playing cricket in Broadway..

Such a stunning village, beautiful houses and gardens that are kept immaculately. Pubs full of folk sitting outside enjoying yet another stunning evening. Sadly any chance of getting a free drink at Russell’s was off the menu as owner Andrew Riley had gone home early? I popped in to see Gill Sidgwick instead..

The country is steadily going mad and tomorrow it will be worse..

World Cup Semi Finals start tonight.. Belgium v France.. we, being England, play tomorrow in case you did not know.

Federer has not broken sweat at Wimbledon.. the man is something else. Nadal and he look set to fight it out in the finals?

If you do by chance buy or come across a Racing Post.. two good pieces today. John Dunlop as remembered by Alastair Down and Tom Kerr writes an excellent piece on The Palio. 


How come it takes so little time for a child who is afraid of the dark to become a teenager who wants to stay out all night?

Business conferences are important because they demonstrate how many people a company can operate without.

Why is it that at school reunions you feel younger than everyone else looks?

Stroke a cat and you will have a permanent job.

No one has more driving ambition than the teenage boy who wants to buy a car.