It's been a strange flat season. No sooner had we enjoyed our last winner over the jumps at the Cheltenham Festival (at odds of 50/1), than racing was suspended due to the pandemic and flat racing trainers had to put their horses back in their stables and wait until June before they could get a race into them.
It very much disrupted the flat season and made a mess of the planning that goes into training racehorses and scheduling when they should race. We go some odd results in the summer as a direct consequence. Because of that . . .
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