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27.11.17 - It all came together for Gonnabegood at Exeter yesterday where he landed the Gail Harrison - A Lifetime in Racing Handicap Hurdle. He stayed on well to get off the mark at his seventh attempt under Matt Griffiths and win by three quarters of a length.
17.11.17 - Notarfbad lived up to his name at Taunton yesterday where he made the job look easy in the Arthur and Peggy White Memorial handicap Chase. He was a runner up of the same mark at Wincanton last time out, but there was no mistaking his win here and he got up for a much deserved one and a quarters of a lenght's success.
He's entered for the 188bet.co.uk Grand Sefton Chase at Aintree on Saturday, December 9, and we might just take our chances, given he's an excpetional jumper.
15.11.17 - The verstaile Unison landed the £25,000 two mile handicap hurdle at Huntingdon yesterday under a fine ride from Matt Griffiths. He stayed on really well and it was a game performance. He's had 25 starts for us since joining the yard in February 2016 winning eight times and he's creeping closer to the £100,000 prize money mark.
11.11.17 - Melodic Rendezvous has been retired following his defeat in the Unibet Elite Hurdle at Wincanton. He won eight of his 31 starts amassing £270,953 in prize money with his biggest success at Sandown in 2013 where he won the Grade 1 Tolworth Novices’ Hurdle.
He always ran above his ability because he was so tough and when he won the Grade 1 Tolworth Hurdle at the start of 2013 he was brillian. That kickstarted a sequence that included success in the Grade 2 Elite Hurdle, a race that brought the curtain down on his career on Saturday after he trailed in a distant last of the seven runners behind London Prize.
He was a fun horse who took us to a lot of exciting places and he has finished sound and hopefully will have a nice happy retirement with Paul Govier, one of his owners who lives near us.