The Greatest Show on Turf: Day Two
I spoke to Wray Barton about Cheltenham today after she enquired how it was going. Well it’s not really I had to reply. My heart’s not in it – one reason for that being that it (my heart) is going to be in my mouth until after the Gold Cup.
That state of being in the world has not been helped by the fatalities so far, five as far as I am aware. Two yesterday in the Cross Country, another in a separate race and two today in the Coral Cup. It’s an unusually high number, and it sours the whole thing. That’s racing, people usually say. That’s life as well. Knowing it doesn’t ease the blow though.
Posted on March 14, 2012, in Horse racing, Jump racing and tagged Abergavenny, Cheltenham Festival, Educated Evans, Featherbed Lane, Garde Champetre, Scotsirish. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.