The rain fell at Chester again on Thursday but that was not a concern to the NAP sent to members two days ago, Circus Maximus. Quite appropriate that a horse so named won on the most historic racecourse in the UK, a circular course built on the site of an old Roman port, in a city surrounded by original Roman walls.
It's a splendid racecourse, in a fine city, and I hope the sun shines down on those who attend racing on Friday, the final day of the Chester May meeting.
Kew Gardens could only finish second on seasonal . . .
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