FROM WETHERBY AND ASCOT
WIN: HOUBLON DES OBEAUX (FR) 6 11-3 partner AIDAN COLEMAN TEAM VENETIA WILLIAMS. Win Distance 6 lengths. 16 ran. 12-1.
WIN: HARRY TOPPER 6 11-6 partner JASON MAGUIRE TEAM KIM BAILEY
Win Distance neck from WAYWARD PRINCE 9 11-10 partner JACK DOYLE
7 ran. 5-1.
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J. Margaret Clarke Turfcall Comment (JMC)
Team Gosden-William Buick.
GLOBAL EQUUS SPECIAL
TEAM (PAUL) NICHOLLS (GB)
TEAM (VENETIA) WILLIAMS (GB)
TEAM (TONY) MARTIN (IRE)
TEAM (REBECCA) CURTIS (GB)
THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7th
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Not just for the rich, but for all people to include the horses and all living creatures in the midst of difference, diversity, division and opposition in the midst of our conflicts and misunderstandings.
Both political and horseracing governments are guilty of allowing "Rip Of Britain" to get such an evil grip right across the length and breadth of this country both in political government and in horseracing government.
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Ask Monty: Why is my horse aggressive at feeding time?
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Alright, you know when I am out riding CHROME I often think about the
questions that come through from kids who really want to build a partnership,
with their horse, and they want their horses, to enjoy them. And a question
has come through from a young lady she says: "What do I do with this mare,
that always pins her ears when I feed her.
Monty replies "Ya, that's territorial, and a mare particularly will protect the
are nurturers and protectors, so don't feed your mare in the stall (loose box)
take your mare out, and take her somewhere else, and feed the stall
(loosebox) and then bring your mare back into a already fed stall (loose box) ,
and then stay away from her during the process of her eating. That's a simple
one, don't feed your horse, feed the stall ( loosebox) and then take your mare
into the stall ( loosebox) where her feed will be waiting for her ready for her to
eat and to enjoy without interruptions of any sort. And territory will become
the phenomenon of psychology which will be reduced and not elevate" .