So grateful to Henry; LETTERS.
Needless to say, I jumped at the opportunity and was delighted with the outcome, as we had a steady stream of winners until fairly recently, when low prize-money and other issues began making life increasingly difficult for so many middle-of-the-road trainers.
Looking back, it has been a magical period of my life, not only because of our own successes at Warren Place, but also to have learned so much from the great man - not just about horsemanship, but about how to conduct myself and communicate with owners, etc. In that respect, I will always be indebted to him.
Another enjoyable aspect of living and working atWarren Place was to observe the Cecil operation bounce back to go full steam ahead after a difficult spell in his long and distinguished career.
My feeling is that the stable's achievements of last summer were just a foretaste of even better things to come in 2011.
Thanks again Henry, for five most memorable years.
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