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Time for a break


We have been waving goodbye to some of the horses this week as they head off for their summer holidays.  The weather has taken a slight turn on the chillier side but the fresh air is great for the horses and it’s nice for them to have a bit of down time.  We will now be sending out the weekly news on a fortnightly basis rather than weekly whilst we are in the quieter summer season for the yard.  We will be having summer runners as well, and hopefully with this rain this week we will be able to get some to the races soon. 
Our first runner of the new jumps season could come in the form of See The Eagle Fly who enjoyed a good campaign as a juvenile hurdler, and although she will find life tougher now having to contest ‘open’ handicaps, her willing attitude will continue to stand her in good stead.  She holds entries at both Kempton and Warwick next Monday, the first-named being a race confined to mares.
Calidad hasn’t run since finishing down the field on his debut in a competitive bumper at Cheltenham back in October with a trip to Perth last week ultimately ending in frustration as the ground was a little too quick for our liking.  A horse we think a bit of, he has had a wind operation since that run at Cheltenham and has a number of potential options in bumpers in the next 10 days or so.
Waterlefe Getaway is another who missed an intended engagement recently and is on course to have her first start after wind surgery in the early weeks of the new season.  Runner-up on her debut in a bumper at Uttoxeter last summer, we are keen to step her up in distance now she is handicapped with possible races over 2½m at Southwell on the 4th or 10th of May.  Worcester and Ffos Las provide other alternatives on the 6th and 10th of May respectively.
HWR 5 TO FOLLOW ..... and the WINNER is .... SALLIE GOOD Congratulations to Sallie, it was getting a close race towards the end of the season but Sallie steamed off ahead at the start and managed to maintain her lead to the end. In 2nd place is Harry's mum, Joanna Whittington just finishing a neck behind with Poppy Cooper coming in third. To see the full list of results please use this link.  Anna will be in touch to discuss the prizes with you.
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