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J Margaret Clarke
FEATURE RACE WINCANTON JUMPS TURF
Saturday November 8, 2014
PERSPECTIVE IN THEORY:
The stewards if they were doing their job properly would have known the score the day before this race, not the day after this race. The money and time wasted here should and could have been diverted.
It can be noted that Paul Mulholland’s (government licensed trainer) of The Young Master partnered by Barry Geraghty this day has and is being prepared for jump racing to a particularly high standard confirmed by The Young Master's performance here last Saturday..
AWARENESS … CLARITY …IS NEEDED, GOVERNMENT STATE:
The Young Master's perspective
The Handler-Rider who is with The Young Master every day perspective?
.Barry Geraghty's perspective?
Paul Mulholland's perspective?
Team (Paul) Mulholland perspective?
Clarity is needed? But who’s clarity? Clarity for what? A computer function error? Vague clarity assumptions? Left ongoing over the last 6 decades?
Bloodhorse Literate Clarity? Or Bloodhorse Illiterate clarity? Is that good enough? Will that do? What do you think? Are you any the wiser?
Clarity about a race having 21 large chase fences to tackle and jump amongst 17 other challengers trying to do the same, without there being any government clarity about there being any such fences at all. What sort of clarity is that? How do punters get on with a system as this, no clarity in sight?
British horseracing needs a properly constructed financial zone
that pays a true wage for the skills achieved by each person to remain ongoing
over that person’s career and advancement in that career. To have nothing to do with
the past and present government’s minimum wage theft.
Gorgeous photograph of Kingman Racing Post this morning.
"Superstar miler Kingman wins Cartier Horse of the Year.
Kingman has a very knowing expression in this photograph, looks like he knows he is the real deal superstar. Also underlines the fact that much travelled worldwide trainer John Gosden now based back in Newmarket, is never far away in making sure the horses he trains have everything they need, in context when racing abroad or racing at home. Kingman has a happy expression in this photograph speaking volumes. Gorgeous.