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     Lady Reset runs at Salisbury Today

There is no jumps racing today but we do have a runner on the flat at Salisbury, Lady Reset.  She runs in the 1m2f handicap 0-80 at 5pm.  Laura Pearson rides and it looks a good opportunity for her to hopefully get her head in front on the level this season.  She has had just one try on the flat since returning from her winter break and that was up at Doncaster where she finished second to and improving three year old who was receiving a lot of weight.  Laura also dropped her whip this day which did not help but equally it did not make any difference to her finishing position.  Since that run, Lady Reset has won over hurdles at Huntingdon and then there were excuses for why she was not at her best up at Cartmel last time.  She is in very good form at home, will love the quick ground conditions and has run well at the track before.  The Racing Post have her about 11/4 second best for race and we think she has a good chance.  

 

There are just the two flat meetings today, at Salisbury and Doncaster.  In Ireland, they race on the flat at Gowran Park and over jumps at Downpatrick.

On Friday there was an online auction with horses for sale, on a website called Thoroughbid.  The catalogue was topped by Itchy Feet who was actually bought back by his trainer Olly Murphy for £75,000.  Owned by Kate and Andrew Brooks, the eight year old has some high class form to his name and is rated 150 over fences and 151 over hurdles.  The owners also sold the talented Rouge Vif who now will return to his former trainer Harry Whittingdon after being bought by some existing owners in his yard.  Plenty of horses look to have sold well and it is certainly an interesting way to recruit new horses.  We did have a bid on one horse but did not have deep enough pockets on this occasion!

Yesterday saw the conclusion of the 2021/22 point to point season with it's finale at Umberleigh.  While the Championships had already been decided they still had some nice runners and it is always a good meeting to finish off the year with.  Well done to James King who retained the men's title and Gina Andrews who was champion lady rider once again.  Our amateur Martin 'Fly' McIntyre has had a good season between the flags with plenty of winners and finished in one piece which is the main thing!

I hope you all have a very enjoyable Sunday!