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13th November 2017

Minus 2 and dry when driving in. 

Wincanton on Saturday was rammed.. with people.. Charbel was carrying top weight on very rain softened ground .. he ran OK to finish 4th but I believe he will improve from first run of the season. At Ffos Las yesterday where apparently the lunch was not up to scratch Wandrin Star looked every inch a chaser and the sooner he goes chasing the better.

There was some very good racing over the weekend and now that the rain has come to support the cards.

Talking rain..Tomorrows card at Hereford has been called off due to their very fast ground.. yes.. no rain in that part of the country.. Anyway their meeting reverts to Worcester.. just when we thought we had finished racing there…

Meggan Capper is here for a weeks work experience.

We have a couple of runners today at Kempton. Laval Noir and The Last Samuri and for my thoughts on their chances please click here.

Retired Doctor John Disney sent this one over.. one from his working days..

All the members of the company's Board of Directors were called into the Chairman's office, one after another, until only Tom, the junior member, was left sitting outside.

Finally it was his turn to be summoned.

Tom entered the office to find the Chairman and the other four Directors seated at the far end of the boardroom table. 

Tom was instructed to stand at the other end of the table, which he did.

The Chairman looked Tom squarely in the eye, and with a stern voice, he asked: "Have you ever had sex with my secretary, Miss Floyd?"

"Oh, no, sir, positively not...!" Tom replied.

"Are you absolutely sure...?" asked the chairman.

"Honest, I've never been close enough to even touch her.....!"

"You'd swear to that...?"

"Yes, I swear I've never had sex with Miss Floyd, anytime, anywhere…" insisted Tom.

"Good. Then YOU fire her.."

To finish..

If you happen to be in this area on Thursday of this week please head to Cirencester and go and support Clare with her Home Fund Trust Charity Christmas Fair. Held in The Corn Hall in the Market Place 10am to 4pm. £4 to enter which obviously goes to the charity.. There are some lovely stalls for those Christmas gifts..