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22nd February 2022
Plus 10 and mild when driving in
Equus Dreamer ran a fantastic race up at Carlisle and put his Bangor disappointment well behind him. He was beaten by a very well handicapped horse but we were really pleased with his run.
A big thank you to Mrs Wills for picking me up from the garage yesterday where my car was abandoned to be fixed.
We took a battering from storm Franklin yesterday and didn't get our wifi back until later last night so I retreated to work from home, luckily Kim has left the jeep behind so I had a mode of transport. Before leaving though I did see that someone had delivered a Lemon Drizzle cake for which half of it had disappeared already.....
This morning Norman Carter came to the yard to see his horses Samatian and Voyburg.
Today we run Ajero at Taunton and for our thoughts on his chances Click Here
Tuesday's usual routine resumes with Graham Potts our vet in to check a few and the movers and shakers in this weeks handicap marks are....Does He Know up 5 to 152, Glancing Glory gets an opening mark of 105, I Spy A Diva down 1 to 104, Two For Gold up 5 to 159.
Kim sent through a picture yesterday of the iconic Galle Cricket ground where Archie's team tied on the last ball; it was apparently a wonderfully exciting game played.
I also recieved a picture of a commission which owner Phil Case has had painted of his syndicate horses Percy Veering, Parc D'Amour, Fair Frontieres and the now rehomed Hendra House.
Now I need to go and retreive my camera which was stupidly left in my car so that I can fill the rest of the blog....