|The Ducking Stool & happy connections (Photo: www.photoaction.co.uk)|
Looking ahead to this week, we've got just a few horses running but some could outrun their odds.
Bushy Glade is now handicapped after three runs and I'm expecting a big improvement on what she's shown so far when going to Yarmouth on Tuesday. The race is full of exposed horses so hopefully she can grab a place.
|Bushy Glade (Graham) & Celestine Abbey (Ryan)|
We have two fillies in similar positions who are both coming back from injuries. Sadiigah had just joined us when she fractured her pelvis in the early part of the year and, after a long time off, she's now back in exercise. She had some good form for her previous trainer so I'm hoping she can stay in one piece.
The other filly is a big one by Authorized who is unnamed at present. She has been given plenty of time by her owner/breeder after getting an injury when in pre-training. As she is so big, we have to do lots of long, steady work to get her back without risking another injury. It's early days but she looks like a nice filly.
|Authorized filly (Reno)|
|King Kenny wins in Jersey|
THREE TO FOLLOW UPDATE
With plenty of horses scoring points last week there has been plenty of movement in the table.
Now leading with 16 points are Jim Stevens, Len Cousens and Bill Aspland. Closely behind these with 15 points are Ross Birkett and Malcolm Roper. There are plenty of others with 14 points so the race is really hotting up now!