Talking Horses Sunday 20/06/21

Back to standard fare after Royal Ascot. Hexham’s a lovely wee track if you’re ever in that neck of the woods. A day there or at Kelso could be memorable entries on your bucket list.

Have a peaceful Sunday. If life gives you Spain today, give it back Poland.

Joe

10 comments

  1. Great week watching ascot – bets weren’t up to scratch. Left yesterday alone. Well done Mickle and those who had a profitable week !

    One bet today – Contact 9/4 at pontefract. I think this one could do the business for Hollie Doyle. Step up in trip and looks well at the weights.

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    1. It’s a decent card at Ponty today. How about the double with Mr Wagyu in the last. The horse is flying!

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  2. One thing that come out of the lockdowns is my intention to visit every racecourse in the U.K. There’s some way to go, as I am only a third of the way through!

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    1. As a young bloke in the UK, when I first got my driving license (aged 19 in 1976) I had an old Ford Anglia and driving to racecourses and football grounds was the way I learned my geography of the country. Having grown up in London I had hitherto no other reason to go north of Watford!

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      1. This has inspired me to do the same. I haven’t seen much live racing. I went to Leicester race track recently and will go more having moved quite close. I’ve been to lingfield a few years ago on a lovely summers evening and it was fantastic. Warwick is nice and I used to enjoy going to towcester.

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  3. Reply to DNB

    Double sounds good! Pays a very respectable 10-1 !

    Next trip to a racecourse for me is Carlisle on Wednesday. First trip there and also first trip to the races in a long time!

    Hope to get a few others further south later in the year. Got a soft spot for York especially !

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  4. Totally agree with York. The racing was wonderful at Ascot on the first three days. I was there on Tuesday, but give me York as a race-going experience any time.

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  5. There’s a book on that very subject. It’s a reasonable read; ‘From Aintree to York’ – fella does exactly that! I’m not sure anyone has done it here in Ireland, but it would be more of a pamphlet than a book 😉

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  6. Had a much better day than all of Ascot combined in terms of winning. I love festival though even if I don’t win.

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