A fine weekend and a good settled week forecast and as if by magic TFF arrived with his squad and hoovered up the oats, straight off to the Quaker Oats Factory to be turned into “Oatsosimple”- the power of the blog – must be a coincidence, surely he’s far too busy to read this….

The Fife Farmer's "tackle" gobbling up the oats at Kinneston on Saturday afternoon

The Fife Farmer’s “tackle” gobbling up the oats at Kinneston on Saturday afternoon

A little barley to go and some straw to bale but hopefully all sorted by the end of the week.  We will have a few horses entered up at Hexham and Kelso this week but unless the forecast proves wrong it is likely that they will be staying at home, early days & weather due to break early next week so no panic.  Looks like Bertie Milan will have a break now as, hard to believe, there isn’t another race for him until late November.  I am going to take the chance to head to the hills for a few days to recharge, with little racing imminent over the next week or two I occasionally introduce readers to a few of the horses that we have here that are yet to race for the yard….

McGinty's Dream is a 4yo son of Flemensfirth out of Laboc - a sister to the top class See More Business.  A 4yo he nearly ran in the spring and has done plenty of work for his age, he will hopefully make his debut in a bumper late next month.

McGinty’s Dream is a 4yo son of Flemensfirth out of Laboc – a sister to the top class See More Business. A 4yo he nearly ran in the spring and has done plenty of work for his age, he will hopefully make his debut in a bumper late next month.  He’s a very active forward going type who just needs to learn to settle.