The rather trigger-happy Peter Hughes has one or two horses in his ownership that have had nearly as itinerant a career.
His Dinnie Flanagan has had four runs in little over a year. I saw the second of these at Towcester at the start of 2007, and this was his first (and ultimately only) one for Frank Jordan, having left Pat Haslam. He was moved to John O’Shea for his next run, but by the time of his latest outing at Warwick on New Year’s Eve he had moved on yet again to Paul Blockley.
I haven’t the first idea why.
The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.