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Carlton Blue has ran two disappointing races but continues to work well at home and we are putting the poor runs down to the soft ground.

Dance With Dragons is in good form and may contest a race at Chantilly.

Kalicamix, after his successes in Deauville may be sold to Hong Kong.

Bluegrass Blues race a good race at Newbury from a poor draw and everybody was pleased with his run.

Keep The Dream runs on Wednesday at Kempton, he has a poor draw but will probably need the race anyway.

Puteri Nur Laila runs at Folkestone tomorrow, she continues to work like a winner at home but has been disappointing on the course, blinkers have been fitted this time.

Don Libre has come out of his Kempton race well, we will probably keep him to that sort of race for the time being.

Kaiser Wilhelm runs today and is probably best watched. 

Silverheels was disappointing at Newbury, he broke too well and ran far too free.

Hunt A Mistress and Joy to the World both finished 2nd last time out and are progressing well.

Circumvent ran well enough at Ayr to be 2nd in the Listed race despite the very soft ground. He is a fantastic horse and normally earns money where ever he runs.

The yearling sales are upon us and we have decided not to go to Goffs in Ireland as they have a greatly reduced catalogue which means because of the strength of the pound, they are selling the best horses at Newmarket. You also have the added cost of the transport from Ireland to Whatcombe. Having said that, 2 of 3 that we bought in Ireland last year have won and the other will win.

I noticed they had an all Arab race meeting at Newbury yesterday. The way things are going they will have an all Arab owners day in England soon. Lets hope there are a few gaps at the sales so that the indigenous population can get a look in!


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