A relatively quiet week has been set alight from Wednesday onwards, starting with the announcement that Black Caviar has run her last race. Personally, I suspect all is not well as she can surely make more money on the track in Australia (if not here) than from one foal a …Read More »
We had intended to arriving at David O’Meara’s stables around 11-30am to watch Rosie gallop but due to a stretch of the M62 proving a pain in the proverbial we did not arrive until just after midday. The car parking areas was full, the yard was a hive of activity …Read More »
Well, unfortunately for us all it was time called on Hiddon Coin’s winning run. I noted Ron’s comments from the young rider David Bergin’s post race assessment in that he “hated it, hated it, hated it!” Well as we know, the horrible weather conditions were the same for all three …Read More »
When we first put this project in place it was decided from the outset that it would only work if people supported it. We were never, and will never, borrow money to finance any aspect of what we are doing and, to date, that has been accomplished. This month has …Read More »
Ron has sort of pre-empted my opening paragraph by telling everyone about my sure fire winner that duly obliged yesterday afternoon, all be it a few days later than originally planned! A 2/1 winner is nothing to get too exited about and while Ron talks about me, I want to …Read More »
That was a long but most enjoyable day, spent in the company of Post Racing 500 Club and Site members who seemed to enjoy every minute of the time we spent at wolverhampton races, cheering on Hiddon Coin and Rosie’s Lady. Ben is now famous! For a cold, windy Monday …Read More »
Something to look forward to, missing information, and why its best to be British as a racing fan (no, seriously).
Naturally as soon as I open my big mouth to mention how the wonderful world of horse racing gives me an almost unlimited diet of interesting stories than the weather sets in, most racing is abandoned, and I am scratching my head thinking about how to earn my corn? Luckily …Read More »
Racing over the past week has being very steady, often only the one meeting and very often small fields. Now we are on the verge of a cold snap and with the winter conditions certain to disrupt the National Hunt racing (probably a bigger certainty than Rosie’s Lady (left), when …Read More »
An invitation to join the friendliest, most original and successful racing club in Britain today….and all for less than the price of half a Costa cappuccino per day!
Post Racing members are now beginning to see the fruits our labours and their donations. It was never going to be an overnight success with us having no advertising budget and only our abilities to graft away to make it successful. But we are getting there. It took us 14 …Read More »
Firstly may I take this opportunity to wish you all a very happy new year and here is to a healthy and profitable 2013. Well after the events of this week I’m sure the delight’s of Dunstall Park are growing on all you Post Racing member’s, after the visit’s to …Read More »