Martin’s Blog 28th May

Summer seems to have arrived although it did mean that I wasn’t happy enough with the ground at Worcester on Friday night so I pulled

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Martin’s Blog 24th May

Summer has arrived and it is glorious in the Cotswolds today and those on their summer holidays definitely enjoying the sun on their backs. Those

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Martin’s Blog 21st May

Stratford today with Steve Sugden’s First Angel making his debut for us under Adam Wedge. He’s only been here for a few weeks but seems

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Martin’s Blog 17th May

A few runners recently and mostly running well although not quite having the rub of the green. Zestful ran a great race at Market Rasen

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Martin’s Blog 12th May

Biblical rain last night after evening stables which caught out poor Sian who was riding out her Point to Pointer and Freddie on his racing

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Martin’s Blog 9th May

A wonderful Coronation weekend although HRH The Princess Royal’s Pattern Cutter hadn’t read the script when unseating Zak Baker at the 2nd at Kingston Blount

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Martin’s Blog 5th May

Well the end of one season and the beginning of another already! Thank you to all the team here, our wonderful owners and all the

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Martin’s Blog 20th April

Trainers generally are frustrated with 2nds as all we want is winners however occasionally a 2nd place isa fantastic result and Samtara’s 25-1 second at

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Good luck Team!

A huge day for our team tomorrow with Back On The Lash heading to Aintree for The Randox Grand National. The rain all day today

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Martin’s Blog 3rd April

Monday morning and Herecomeshogan heads to Ludlow under Harry Atkins returning after his winter break in the 2 mile novices hurdle. Last time out Hogan

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Martin’s Blog 30th March

Rain and more rain! We’ve had enough of it now but another band coming through tonight although next week looks a bit brighter hopefully! With

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