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23rd September 2015
Plus 5 and dry when driving in.
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Dear little Magic Money; she ran well yesterday at Warwick and yes I hate being second, but frankly after her horrendous fall when she last ran at Fakenham I was just delighted she ran and jumped so well. Poor thing was very nervous before the race as was I.
It was good to be back at Warwick.. I enjoy racing there.
Jockeys Jason Maguire, David Bass and Tom Bellamy were in this morning. Tom and I were here for first lot then we headed north to Perth.
We worked most and also jumped A Shade Of Bay, Abbreviate, Aliandy, Ascotdeux Nellerie, Ballyknock Lad, Battle Dust, Charbel, Derrringtogher Bliss, Fizzy Dancer, Flemensmix, Gallery Exhibition, Gold Man, Grand March, Kilty Caul, King Simba, Milord, Mor Brook, Net Work Rouge, Same Ole Trix, Snowmane, Trojan Star, Twelve Roses, Viaduct Jack and Younevercall.
Nicky Van Dijk was here second lot to see the Boom Syndicates Kilty Caul work and jump.
I am up at Perth for the next few days. Racing today, and tomorrow.
Perth are giving their General Manager Sam Morshead a big send off and thank you tomorrow for his 25 odd years of service to this lovely racecourse.. Sam has transformed the racecourse with the help of the Chairman David Whitacker and will be much missed.
If you have made it this far then please enter my in house and free ‘5 to follow’..
The competition starts on October 5 and runs to the end of June 2016. Yes free and a chance to win a weekend break at The Wheatsheaf and a lunch for 4 with the ‘Bud’ Booth in the Chairman’s dining room at Market Rasen where you will also judge the best turned out for a race or two.. Two great prizes.. Join and have fun.. All the horses are on the horses in training section. Click here to join…
A woman went to the local newspaper office to have the obituary for her recently deceased husband published.
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Amused at the woman's thrift, the editor told her that there was a seven-word minimum for all obituaries.
She thought it over and after a few seconds she said, "In that case, let it read, ‘Fred Brown died. Golf clubs for sale'