Monthly Archives: May 2012

NTF 1 to follow from the weekend: Jazz gets the Blues when it’s too quick…

It has been a bit quiet on the blogging front for me of late as the relocating from sunny Scotland to (hopefully!) even sunnier England-shire seems to have been consuming plenty of my time. I was, however, glad to hear that plenty of you jumped on NTF trend horse IMPERIAL DJAY at Chester on Saturday.…

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NTF 1 to follow from the weekend: Chasing to make Ross…

We may now be firmly in the grip of the 2012 Flat season but on Saturday I had both eyes securely fixed on the competitive Swinton Hurdle (now called the Pertemps Network Hurdle) at Haydock. This was the last race of the ‘season’ for my own personal National Hunt service and despite the winner RED…

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NTF 1 to follow from the weekend: Pyramid ready to peak…

The first 2 domestic Classics are now logged firmly in the form book and the master that is Aidan O’Brien went back with both the 2000 & 1000 Guineas tucked resolutely under his arm. There were a volume of eye-catchers over the weekend but here is my main NTF to follow horse from the the…

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