End Of 2020/21

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End Of 2020/21

This weekend saw the last day of the season at Sandown. Although it has been a quieter season for us both on the runners and winners front, as you all know this coming season brings new opportunities and a fresh start. The new yard and brand-new facilities we are adding will bring a breath of fresh air to the training regime and also enable Warren to train the horses to an ever evolving and even better standard.  We also have a large bunch of very nice youngsters who we are bringing on to run in bumpers and hurdles next year and they are going to be very exciting come the winter.

With the retirement of La Bague Au Roi and Dickie Johnson, there are some big shoes to fill for us but we will always work very hard to get our horses to the top of their game and hopefully, with some luck, we will continue to have some individuals with extra talent that can run in the big races at the big meetings. We want to again thank our very loyal owners who have continued to support us even through COVID. We are forever grateful to them and always happy to see them at the yard and racing.  We are also thankful of our wonderful staff who have worked tirelessly throughout the season to keep the horses in tip top condition come rain, hail or snow! It is also due to our brilliant farriers, vets, physiotherapists and feed companies that we can give our horses the best treatment during their careers.

On reflection, there is a huge amount of hope for the future and a lot of positives to take forward. We know that we can get our horses back to the battling it out with the big guns and we expect that to be in the very near future.

Back At The Beach

Today some of the horses who hadn’t had chance to go yet had their trip to Brean Beach; Dancingwith Storms, Drumlee Watar, Full Spes and Salamanca School all really enjoyed themselves. It is a nice break from the usual training regime and keeps the horses happy, healthy and entertained!

Staff Profile

Michael Pitt

Age: 19Nationality: British 

Role WGR: Stable lad

Previous work before WGR: Apprentice to Roger teal

Hobbies outside of racing: Football big Liverpool fan 

Favourite horse at WGR: Lady Thistlewood

Favourite horse in training: Shishkin

Best racing moment: Being in the Curragh when my dad trained the winner of the Rockingham handicap

Dream job outside of racing: Footballer

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