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November 26, 2023

Susan Corbett's Newsletter:

Well a very busy week starting on Sunday at Newcastle where, after a slow start, Mekbat actually was quite impressive and if not blocked at a vital stage would have been in the mix!

Next we went to Hexham with Kingston Rock who had come on a lot from his first run and nathan set about educating him in the race – upsides, in front etc and came 4th. At Newcastle Velasco was impressive with his front running style and just probably needed his first run back – still a good 3rd. Em Meme Temp just made a few errors in his jumping and we will go back to 2.4 when he runs next – still 5th and no disgrace.

Next came our Head lads Josh own horses for his first run in a bumper – he did nothing wrong just galloped and was very settled – especially compared to some in the race! He is shaping to be a good horse.

Ask my Heather is a quandary and so we got the Dick vet head person Padraig to come and overground scope him – his wind op is fine so we are still head scratching!

Konik King we have retired and delighted that Nicola – daughter of Sheila who is in his syndicate has bought him and so we are now looking for another horse for that syndicate…

Talking of new syndicate/[partnerships the mare Pinot Rouge is shaping very well and has passed her MOT from our vets.

This week is fairly busy with

Sedgefield Tuesday – Atomic Angel tries her talents over Fences again – last run at Sedgefield she was 2nd Edward takes the ride and she will carry no weight – guessing no Sunday Lunch for Edward!

Kelso – Wednesday – Blame Rose has her first run

Photo: Atomic Angel practising

Susan: Tel: 7713651215

regards Chris

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