Monthly Archives: November 2017

What we learned from the weekend: 24th, 25th & 26th November…

When a horse wins a Grade 1 Chase by 57 lengths I would say that’s an obvious starting point for discussing the weekends racing! In what were, let’s face it, prime conditions for Bristol De Mai, the 6yo stormed to the third G1 of his career and fired in quite easily the best performance of…

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What we learned from the weekend: 17th, 18th & 19th November…

Finally a decent Elgin wearing black & white!! 30 years ago I was standing on the terraces of Borough Briggs as a young lad cheering on the black and white of Elgin City in the Scottish Highland League. Last Sunday I was standing in my living room in Yorkshire cheering (roaring!!) on a horse called…

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What we learned from the weekend: 11th & 12th November…

Jack Kennedy was in red-hot form over the weekend… Unowhatimeanharry, Top Notch, Apples Jade, Footpad, Might Bite… yeah we’re in full swing now friends! An interesting, albeit a little bit quieter than what’s to come, kind of weekend, but what did we learn from the action… What we learned from the weekend: 11th & 12th November… 1. Jack…

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What we learned from the weekend: 4th & 5th November…

Is Bristol De Mai a serious Gold Cup horse? No looking back now people, we are very much locked and loaded in full National Hunt mode until spring 2018! The Charlie Hall Chase is the last chance for you to jump ship and stop the addiction before it takes a proper hold for the next…

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