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    Our Racehorse Newsletter Updates    
         
    The following is an update on all of our horses in training at July 6th 2011.

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    SARAH’S ART:
Ran over a less than perfect distance last time at Bath. Now being aimed at the Greys race at Newmarket in mid-August, but should get a prep race some time before that.

MY BEST BET:
Expected to run in late June, but now looking like July before she returns. Stef wanting to ensure she is given a good re-introduction, so either the All-Weather or softish turf needed.

COUNCELLOR:
Looks set to be back on the track in July and should be racing at Kempton, Goodwood and Epsom and other southern based courses.

AMICAL RISKS:
Ran creditably at Newcastle last time up and now goes to Wolverhampton next Monday in search of acceptable ground.

SANDWITH:
Was a bit disappointing when running flat at Musselburgh last time.  Entered at Ayr next Monday, but will need the rain to come for him to line up.

BAHAMIAN KID:
Looked like the winner over two out at Catterick last time, but weakened, subsequently found to be suffering from a minor complaint.  Will get entries for Hamilton next week, and hoping for a return to the winners enclosure soon.

PETRUS DE SORMAIN:
Ran too poorly to be true at Newton Abbot two weeks ago, and found to be very lame afterwards and subsequently found to be a career ending injury.  Has been retired but remains at the James Evans yard.

FRIENDSHIP BAY:
Gelding is going very well at home, and his long-awaited return to the racecourse should happen in late August.

STORM BLUE:
Taken out of training as he needs further time to mature.  Both half brothers are decent sorts, so he may return next year to fulfil his potential.

GALILEO FIGARO:
Fell on his opening run through a silly mistake, but ran a promising race at Market Rasen last Sunday.  Is a robust type and he should come on for that run - expected to be back out in a couple of weeks.



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