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What a weekend of sport, capped last night by the England Women's Football team beating Germany at Wembley to be crowned Champions of Europe.  It couldn't be more apt that they win and we have Sir Geoff Hurst, England's 1966 World Cup Hero coming to Pond House tomorrow morning!  We can look forward to chatting to Sir Geoff tomorrow about the achievements of the Lionesses.  I have to confess, that despite being a huge sports fan, including football, and playing football for Cardiff when I was at University, I have not really watched a lot of Women's football until the last few weeks.  I have been won over by the whole tournament and was very impressed by the standard of play and the commitment, attitude and fitness of all the players.  It was a terrific performance from our ladies and what brilliant goals they scored in the final.  I have to admit I thought the game was destined for penalties but thankfully we got the second goal and broke the heart of the Germans.  The atmosphere and celebrations afterwards was a sight to behold and made be very proud to be English.  I particularly loved Gabby Logan's quote as the TV coverage ended, "You think it's all over?  It's only just begun". 

Dindin was out only stable runner over the weekend and he finished third up at Market Rasen yesterday under Philip Armson.  He has had a busy July but has held his form well.  He was slightly down in distance yesterday to 2m3f and it probably showed he does need a little further.  He was off the bridle a long way from home but kept plugging on one pace.  With no jumps racing now for a couple of weeks we can freshen him up and a deserved victory for our nine year old can hopefully be not too far away.  Our conditional Philip Armson did get another win on the board yesterday, riding Goodbye to victory for trainer Sarah Ender.  Philip's good summer continues.

There maybe no jumps racing for a couple of weeks but there is plenty of action to watch on the flat today.  There are four meetings at Ayr, Ripon, Carlisle and Windsor.  While in Ireland the Galway Festival may have just finished but they have two meetings today, one on the flat at Naas and over jumps at Cork.  

Happy Monday everyone!  We did try David for a half day holiday for the staff to celebrate England being crowned Champions but he said better luck next time!