Drizzly once more right now, Scotland appears to be exempt from the beautiful Financial institution Vacation weekend climate being loved by the remainder of the nation – nothing new there. The 2022-23 Jumps Season concluded with an amazing fixture at Sandown yesterday, our personal season having completed at Perth on Friday afternoon. Our stats for the season learn fairly effectively – 23 winners from 206 runners with over 50% of runners positioned, document prize cash of £374,634 equating to over £1800 per runner so general very satisfying. I’d similar to to take this chance to say a heartfelt thanks to everybody – to our implausible groups of Employees and House owners, to our Jockeys, Vets and Farrier, Physio and Chiropractor, to all our suppliers and to the Racecourses for placing the present on. A lot good-natured arduous work goes into making all of it occur and I’m grateful and lucky to work with so many fantastic individuals – thanks all and naturally a large thanks to the horses! Listed below are our three high earners for the season –
A great deal of different fantastic winners making for very blissful recollections, we glance ahead enormously to subsequent season. Sadly the hole between seasons appears to have been quietly dropped so the 2023/24 Season kicks off tomorrow at Warwick and Kempton. Out first runners are more likely to be at Hexham on Saturday, we have now a couple of dozen horses that we hope to run in Might then can be very quiet till the tip of September. Thanks once more to everybody, and to you for taking the time and curiosity to comply with our fortunes on this weblog!