Entries & Recent Form

The horses continue to run well overall, although last week we endured a frustrating run of near misses.  Panic Attack, Lady Reset, Stubborn Logic, Elan de Balme, Martinhal and Nobel Joshua all reached the frame without quite managing to get their heads in front.  Meanwhile, over in France Ramses de Teillee (pictured above) also ran with credit in the French Champion Hurdle on Saturday at Auteuil.

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Although last week promised to be a busy one, we were thrown a bit of a ‘curve ball’ by the drying ground.  Although winnerless, there were some decent performances nonetheless, not least from Leoncavallo who ran a very good race in the ultra-competitive Cesarewitch handicap on the flat at Newmarket on Saturday.

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Last week was a busier one and following a slightly frustrating run of places, we were able to get among the winners when Bumpy Johnson produced a good performance to win on his debut for the stable at Fontwell on Friday.  This week looks exciting with Chepstow hosting their first card of the jumps season, whilst we intend to be represented in the Cesarewitch at Newmarket on Saturday.

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Although we only had three runners last week, I was delighted to be among the winners with Airton’s Uttoxeter success taking our tally for the new campaign to eight.  Fortune certainly seemed to favour us on this occasion, although these things have a tendency of balancing themselves out and we have had an unlucky loser or two to put on the other side of the ledger.

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With only a handful of fixtures, last week was a quiet one for the stable with two runners; Midnight Magic and Stubborn Logic participating over the weekend.  There is more jumping action to look forward to this week and although our first runner won’t come until Thursday at Perth, we have considerably more entries from Friday onward.

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It was good to be amongst the winners again last week, especially as we only had limited opportunities.  Indeed, with the current racing calendar most accurately described as patchy at best as far as jump racing is concerned, that trend is likely to continue into this week as well.  With only a midweek National Hunt meeting from Kelso before the weekend action, it is going to be a quiet start.

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I am pleased to report that the good form of the stable continued last week with the successes of Story Of Friends and Mrs Miggins bringing our seasonal tally to six.  Obviously owing to the delay of the season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the racing calendar is looking very different to how it might have done otherwise.  Even so, the days are becoming more filled and the first jumps card at Chepstow (which I always consider to be the start of the core part of the National Hunt season) closes in the next few weeks – how time flies!

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