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27th January 2016

Plus 11 and believe it or not dry when driving in. It was though very windy.

David Bass was in for a couple of lots this morning.

We also worked Nam Hai, Monkhouse, Twelve Roses, Charbel, Texas Forever, Jimmy The Jetplane, Patsys Castle, Darna, Our Belle Amie, The Flemensfirth gelding, The Drinkymeister, Sonneofpresenting, Silver Kayf, Faerie Reel and Boolavard King... the rest cantered.

The Drinkymeister and Red Spinner jumped fences.

A video of horses working can be viewed here.

Michelle Dudderidge was here for a morning on the gallops and breakfast with Mark Livermore and Susan Smith . Michelle was able to watch her horse KBRP Silver Kayf work.

Vince Burmingham, Ken Price and Mike Quigley were also here. Vince has shares in the following KBRP horses Silver Eagle, Milord, Knockanrawley, Ascotdeux Nellerie, Silver Kayf and Boolavard King.

English pointer Sugar Loaf Sholto arrived in the yard yesterday afternoon. SLS, who has had one run in a point to point for Tom Lacey has joined John Perriss's string of horses. Molly's A Diva has as you know been retired to stud duties.

Good to speak to Richard Wilson (Boolavard King) and Michael Stroud last night..both made me laugh..

We have one runner today at Bangor. Battle Dust might be running in a small field but what are his chances? For my thoughts please click here.. Bangor is waterlogged and OFF.

I am at Doncaster Sales all day. We are selling The Scarlett Woman and Allez Encore.. This sale is very much a breeding sale and both will make fabulous broodmares.

The "Transfer Window" of my "5 to Follow" competition has opened and you can change up to two of your selections. The window is open until Monday 1st February when you new selections will start collecting points.  To change your selections please click here.

This is what happens when your child is exposed to too many commercials on TV. 

A Baptist pastor was presenting a children's sermon.

During the sermon, he asked the children if they knew what the resurrection was. 

Now, asking questions during children's sermons is crucial, but at the same time, asking children questions in front of a congregation can also be very dangerous.

Having asked the children if they knew the meaning of the resurrection, a little boy raised his hand........The pastor called on him and the little boy said, "I know that if you have a resurrection that lasts more than four hours you are supposed to call the doctor."

It took over ten minutes for the congregation to settle down enough for the service to continue.

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