Navigation

New - In Every Sense

30-September-2017
30-September-2017 19:25
in General
by Admin

Tomorrow's racegoers range from toddlers like Annie- featured on the blog recently studying the Premier sales catalogue to pony mad youngsters Kicking their stubborn

naughty ponies right to the line on various racetracks in the UK, below shows the effort some wonderful kids are making with their ponies at Newmarket yesterday, amusingly one competitor almost missed the race when her parents took her to "Newbury" instead of "Newmarket". Luckily they made it on time but their mistake reminded me when, as a rookie trainer I made hay while the sun shone when the now retired trainer Mary Revelley's new box driver took her runners to the 'wrong' Bangor.

His error probably helped me gain my second winner in two days when "Jupiter Moon" won a juvenile hurdle race at the correct 'Bangor" following up "White Diamonds' bumper win the previous day at Carlisle (encouaging me to think this training game was easy!). But, while the said lorry driver took the flak and and was undoubtedly the butt of many jokes it became evident to yours truly many years later that such a disaster can happen on any yard when a box driver of ours was spotted pulling in to an empty lorry park at Wolverhampton with our runner who happened to be favourite for his race .........................................at Southwell. 

 

 

 

 

Instagram Posts

Latest
Tweets

Horses
for Sale

Take a look at the horses that we currently have available for sale.

More Info

Duffield's Diary

ARNOLD; Big, strong, a tad tricky to train and very tricky to ride in a race. That much is easy to see if you are a racing fan who knows how to read ...
09-09-2020
One of the headline stories in the Racing Post features jockey “Saleem Golam” a super lad who rose to prominence via the support initially...
28-08-2020
A precocious colt, a scopy looking gelding and a filly with a lovely pedigree - three two year olds with one thing in common, they've all just been ad...
31-07-2020

Ann's Thoughts for the Day

Login or Register