Today’s Perth fancies:
1.10 Perth- Buckled (e/w).
1.45 Perth- Red Missile (win).
2.15 Perth- Redford Road (win).
2.50 Perth- Archi’s Affaire (e/w).
3.25 Perth- Stoner’s Choice (win).
4.00 Perth- Ain’t My Fault (e/w).
4.35 Perth- Blooriedotcom (e/w).
5.10 Perth- Charmix (e/w).
5.45 Perth- Mead Vale (e/w).
Today’s Perth fancies:
1.00 Perth- Lostock Hall & Last King Of Wales (e/w).
1.30 Perth- Winfola & Magnum (e/w).
2.05 Perth- Lucky Flight & Return Ticket (e/w).
2.40 Perth- Newtown Boy & Dear Sire (e/w).
3.15 Perth- click here for my selection.
3.50 Perth- click here for my selection.
4.25 Perth- Touchbyanangel & Mamdood (e/w).
5.00 Perth- Orioninverness & King’s Wharf (e/w).
5.30 Perth- Bayfriars Bobby (e/w).
Plenty of nice winners on the blog yesterday including the Classic Chase winner at Warwick – One For Arthur (14/1).
Today’s Kelso fancies:
12.40 Kel- Quietly (3.7) win.
1.10 Kel- Helmsley Lad (6.2) e/w.
1.40 Kel- Two Smokin Barrels (1.94) win.
2.10 Kel- Teo Vivo (5.1) win.
2.40 Kel- Ash Park (6.2) e/w.
3.10 Kel- Bescot Springs (10.5) e/w.
3.40 Kel- Nowurhurlin (10.0) e/w.
Arthur doing some pole dancing.
Speedi Mouse (Nicole Nordblad, 9-2 2nd-fav) came to my rescue at Newmarket last night (oh, and a NR did too) on what could have been a completely blank night. Thank goodness for small mercies! 😀
Today’s fancies are at Perth:
3.10 Perth- Najlaa (e/w).
3.45 Perth- Fog Patches (win).
4.15 Perth- Absinthe & Ultimate (e/w).
4.45 Perth- Ryton Runner (e/w).
5.20 Perth- Kai Broon (e/w).
5.50 Perth- DJ Milan & Livvy Inn (e/w).
6.20 Perth- Mister Pagan (e/w).
An evening of winners?
Go Lu, Scu & Bu! 😉
‘It does not matter what you are going to do, always strive to be the best. That is what this yard is all about’ (C.Gillies)
Tragic news this morning came through on the sad passing away of National Hunt jockey Campbell Gillies at the mere age of 21.
On occasions like this the hurt and loss can be overwhelming but one should always try and draw comfort and strength from celebrating someone’s life, remembering their achievements and the way in which they enriched ours lives either directly or indirectly.
My fondest moment was Campbell’s superb ride on Culcabock at Aintree in 2009 in the conditionals/amateurs Handicap Hurdle Link to result
That day I shed tears of joy after an emphatic and profitable win, today we shed tears of a different kind as we reflect.
CULCABOCK and Campbell Gillies win at Aintree 4/4/09