David Menuisier has challenged Psychotic to go the distance at Beverley on Tuesday as the West Sussex trainer tries to win the Watt Memorial Handicap for a second consecutive year. Menuisier claimed the big staying race – now in its 132nd year – 12 months ago with Corpus Chorister, who, like Psychotic, is owned by Clive Washbourn. And now the same combination bid for the double with the five-year-old son of Nayef, who was an encouraging fifth over a mile and a half at Beverley on June 26. Menuisier said: “I thought he ran really well on his last start at Beverley last month. “He stayed on well for fifth place over a mile and a half, and that is the reason we have gone back to Beverley as he obviously likes running up that hill. “Whether or not he will get the t... (Read More)
Winter Festival Event
THE 2016 FESTIVAL –
WETHERBY 26/27 DECEMBER
CATTERICK 28 DECEMBER
DONCASTER 29 DECEMBER
This four day winter festival commences with Wetherby’s two day fixture on December 26th and 27th, Sunday 28th their will be racing from Catterick and on Sunday 29th Doncaster stage their xmas meeting.
The festival brings together the best of National Hunt racing in Yorkshire over the Christmas period