Synchronicity?

Due to the endless rain in the South East, Goodwood have been forced to abandon today’s racing – waterlogged track.

Due to the endless rain in the South East, Makemeadiva has been forced to abandon her washing on the line for the second day in a row – experience tells me it will dry out one day…

And, just as I plan a spot of racing in Chepstow, they are forced to give up their last two flat cards to Bath (how apt).  The calamity is due to worms.  The wrong kind of worms.  I may be forced to go to Hereford instead which is the wrong kind of racing.

Midday: the right kind of racing in the wrong kind of weather for washing

Posted on August 26, 2010, in Biophilia, Horse racing and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Stephen Foster

    That line situation is only nature’s way of giving it a good rinsing.

    Lingwood.

  2. It might dry if I sent it to Ayr. Oh well.

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