We’ve been spoilt with some great racing from Punchestown this week and some gripping finishes in the big races. Even if it was the first time all season I hadn’t backed him it was great to see Unowhatimeanharry return to form and bag another big prize. 1,470 more words
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The Punchestown Festival is up and running and day two features three Grade One races, with the Punchestown Gold Cup the obvious highlight.
Our selections for day two are made before racing has started on the opening day so we can’t see how our selections have fared quite yet and we’ll be working a day behind on reviewing picks. 1,371 more words
I wasn’t sure what to expect, except for a lot of fun, which is always guaranteed with my ex-work-wife-Jess. If our previous antics were anything to go by, it was probably going to involve alcohol, the occasional shot in an egg cup, and some hula hooping. 820 more words
On Friday I went to the Grand National at Aintree with a few mates, before then going out into Liverpool. Although I didn’t expect this to be a day full of material for a ‘politically themed’ blog, the day itself had two points of interest amongst the miracle of being £65 up after the races. 748 more words