Pack It In

Things have been pretty quiet for Pack It In over the last few weeks, as he recovers from his gelding operation. He is in great form and he has not lost much condition. 

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He has recently started swimming in the mornings. It is a great way to exercise a horse without enduring the same amount of shocks and impacts that are involved with a normal piece of exercise on the gallops. 

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He is happy in himself and looks really well, so everything is going to plan. He should be back on the gallops soon, then after he is ready to run we will look to find another race for him. Please feel free to contact us at the office if you would like to pop in and see him one evening. 

Update

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Pack It In's second run at Doncaster possessed more promise than his first, illustrating his progression. Tom Queally was very helpful with his post-race comments and as has been explained in the owner's reports, we have a plan going forward. 

He was gelded on Monday of this week, and has recovered well, he is in good form. Once he is back in full work, Brian will find some more race targets and we can crack on from there!

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Pack It In

Thank you to all of you that were present for Pack It In's debut at Newbury. He showed up really well for a long way before tiring late on, Brian was confident he would be improving for the experience and judging by the way he has been at home since the race, he was right. The race has already started to work out well, as the third, Recorder, has since won a strong looking Newmarket maiden. 

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Pack It In welcomed Sean on the gallops last Thursday as we witnessed the increased degree of professionalism shown as he worked on the polytrack gallop with a couple of smart two-year-olds. His calmer demeanor after work was pleasing to see, and we are now on the look out for opportunities for his second run. 

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Declaration Day

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After a little tour around C3, it was great to see the silks and photograph taking pride of place in the sports room. We have declared Pack It In for the 14:00 maiden at Newbury on Friday. Although it looks like a good race, he is ready to make his debut, but he will learn a lot from the experience. He will be ridden by our yard apprentice, Ryan Clark. Ryan has ridden over 90 winners in England and knows Pack It In well, having ridden him at home. 

11th July 2015

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PACK IT IN is still progressing nicely and is on track to make his debut next week. Here is a picture of him working with a couple of smart colts last Thursday.