Horses for Sale

         Loads Of Potential!       

Gabrielle du Seuil showed bags of promise
in two runs in France and looks like a very
exciting novices' hurdle prospect for the 
season ahead.

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Cheltenham Festival 2020

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Sadly it is a case of more of the same again this afternoon as Sandown have been forced to abandon their fixture due to waterlogging.  We were due to run Rathlin Rose in the Royal Artillery Gold Cup at the meeting, a race he had won twice in the past under Captain Guy Disney.  It is a similar story for the point-to-point fraternity with all of the local meetings for this weekend abandoned as well.  That means that we are left with a jumps card from Fakenham and two all-weather flat fixtures from Lingfield and Southwell today.  Unsurprisingly there are no runners from the Pond House team and the jockeys have a day off too.

Let's hope that tomorrow's meetings can go ahead as planned.  The stable has entries at Haydock, Ascot and Wincanton so it is an important day, whilst on Sunday we have horses engaged at Exeter's rescheduled meeting.  Mind you, with Storm Dennis due to hit this weekend I don't much fancy their chances of racing going ahead.


There is an interesting Premier League match to look forward to tonight with Wolves taking on Leicester.  It should be a tight match as well with the bookies struggling to separate them.  Coverage is on BT Sport at 8pm.

Fallon Sherrock, who is something of a sporting phenomenon after becoming the first woman to win a match at the recent world darts championship at the Alexandra Palace almost made more history yesterday on her debut in the Premier League.  She was awarded her place in the league after the reaching the last 32 at the Ally Pally and very nearly became the first 'challenger' to win a match, leading three time BDO champion Glen Durant 6-5 in their best of 12 match.  Durant won the final leg to level the match at 6-6.  Sherrock is certainly doing wonders in raising the profile of the sport.

In the snooker, Ronnie O'Sullivan took only an hour to move into the quarter-finals with a 4-0 win over Soheil Vahedi.  He will now face Mark Selby in the last eight in what looks a mouth watering clash.


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