Monthly Archives: February 2016

What we learned from the weekend: 20th & 21st of February…

Conti back with a bang! Random thought of the week… Maybe it’s not 3 mile+ trips that are the problem for Dynaste, maybe it’s Silviniaco Conti that’s the problem!  The problem being that he can’t bloody beat him! They’ve met seven times and Conti has finished ahead of David Pipe’s grey six times. The only time Dynaste finished ahead…

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What we learned from the weekend: 13th & 14th February…

 Newbury has Mullins by the bollocks!  . The website was under a bit of maintenance work at the beginning of the week, hence the reason for the late posting of this weeks Blog post, however, the many of you on the free NTF list will have received this on Tuesday as normal as an email…

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What we learned from the weekend: 6th & 7th February…

Bristol De Mai put in another exemplary round of jumping over the larger obstacles. Another step closer to the Cheltenham Festival and a few more bubbles popping, or at least momentarily deflating, after some high-octane weekend action. Yes we are well and truly into that stage of the season and there were some serious festival players not…

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What we learned from the weekend: 30th & 31st January…

Did Smad Place stick himself in the Gold Cup picture on Saturday? Cheltenham Trials weekend generally provides us with plenty to ponder over for the main event itself (you know, that big bash in March us jumping lovers look forward to for 365 days of the year!) and despite the hock-deep ground there were once again some serious…

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