A quiet day with no runners but with a lot of new horses on the yard and young horses being broken in, its still a busy time ‘behind the scenes’ for us. 314 more words
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Aiden O’Brien continued his dominance of the flat scene with an Irish and English Guineas double-double over the weekend. Churchill and Winter were resounding winners at the Curragh and showed just how far ahead the Coolmore empire is ahead of it’s competitors, not just in Ireland but in the UK too. 316 more words
Eric Brereton (1889-1962) moved to Scotland after the war, and eventually became Dean of Glasgow.
The Rev. Eric Brereton, Military Chaplain to Salonica, arrived home unexpectedly, on a fortnight’s leave, on May 14th, to the great delights of his parents at Ascot, and of many friends in the Parish. 31 more words
Yesterday I had my first ever trip to Ascot races thanks to Club Godolphin. I was sent 2 FREE tickets to the main grandstand plus 2 badges Godolphin badges to get us into the Furlong Club, which had been hired out by Godolphin for the day for club members. 439 more words