Monday 27 September
Bobby Gee ate up Saturday night and even had a kick and a buck when he was turned out yesterday morning. Simply amazing after what he went through on Saturday afternoon! Torville and Dean would have been proud of the acrobatics he performed at Market Rasen! It is such a relief that he is none the worse, and after a few days off he will be back to work, which is all that Bobby lives for! Kikos and Genny Wren both seem A1 after their runs on Friday - Genny will now head over hurdles, and we will take AP's advice and enter Kikos in the next available race over 2 1/2 miles which means he will be entered today for a race at Huntingdon on Sunday. It was nice to welcome Nick Sarsons to Fences Farm on Saturday morning - Nick purchased Omaruru at Doncaster for me, and came up on Saturday to see how his purchase was progressing. He was very pleased with what he saw - firstly with Omars physical appearance, Nick thought he had really developed, and secondly by his work, which was very good. Omaruru worked with Ogee and did it very well - Jo who rode him said he felt like one of the nicest horses she had ridden up the gallops, so all bodes well. Omaruru will also be entered today for his hurdling debut at Huntingdon on Sunday. There are still shares available in him, so you could have your first runner within the next week for just £400 + £20/week!! (07909 518902). Robo is coming on very well, and will be ready to run in about 3 weeks.