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Andy123
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I took our youngsters for their first trainer this morning. 

This was only the second time they had been in a basket. I took 30 youngbirds, 2 latebreds from last year that have never been in a basket and 2 yearlings that haven’t been raced.

I took them 10 miles as the crow flies. 15 by car. It was a little bit hazy so waited about 15 minutes for the sun to break through. I let them all go together at 6.30am. They came out done half a circle and shot off in the right direction. 

I phoned Roxanna to let her know I had let them go and said they could be back in 20 minutes but would like them by 7.00am. 

I got back home just after 7 and Roxanna said they all arrived together at 6.45. So well pleased with that for a first trainer. 

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Murray
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That's a good result, Andy. 

Birds are obviously healthy and fit. 

I hope it continues. 

I am good! They aren't firing rubber bullets at me. Yet.
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George & Morgan
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well done Andy that's the first one over 


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Buster121
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Well done mate a great start

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Petedav
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Well done Andy, always good to get the first one out the way and  in good time.


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