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A time to have a good time – the Queen and the Derby! – Kinneston

Wonderful climate right now, extremely becoming for an exquisite weekend of celebration, it’s so uplifting to see the nation united in gratefulness and admiration for our steadfast Monarch, notably when the information has been so unremittingly depressing thus far this yr.  And racing enjoying its half, a winner at Worcester this afternoon for the Queen and a implausible renewal of the Derby with a really particular consequence.

Kinneston trying resplendent within the spring sunshine earlier this week, it has been a form spring for farming

So comfortable for Sir Michael and delighted for Kingsclere with their long-priced 2nd and 4th within the massive race to go along with their winner earlier on the cardboard.  Sport as a complete displaying it may genuinely elevate spirits, whether or not or not it’s for Ukraine at Hampden or at Epsom , Roland Garros or at Lords – an exquisite summer time of sport is underway, allow us to take pleasure in it while by no means forgetting the grim realities.  A lot occurring right here however no horses in coaching and an opportunity for a little bit of self-indulgence with a pictorial weblog….

Eloi du Puy and Ginger Mail this morning, two of our promising younger horses, raised on the identical stud in France and now comfortable collectively in Scotland

New recruit Theme Tune with Broadway Joe

Not in Kansas (on the market), we had been fortunate sufficient to see the band that wrote the tune stay in live performance earlier this week – The Nationwide

Our Gentlewave foal, the primary colt bred at Kinneston for 12 years, the final one was Clan Legend, might this daring younger horse be the following star…

Niceandeasy, power field walker who might by no means maintain situation, now rewarding his House owners’ persistence by turning right into a progressive chaser and placing on the meat!

Fortescue Wooden – massive hopes for him subsequent season – fingers crossed!

Allure Offensive – winner of her final two begins

Hierachy – 2nd on her current debut at Hexham

Un-raced 4yo, first foal of Little Glenshee and by Blue Bresil, the sire of the second

Carrigeen Kalia, one other regally bred younger horse that we selected to not race this spring

And the mares subject this morning

I feel that’s sufficient for now, take pleasure in the remainder of your weekend and lift a glass to the Queen and Sir Michael!



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