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No doubt, the experts at the Punter’s Post will say I am being naïve and that, without significant betting, there is no place for it amongst mainstream sports but I can’t really understand what went wrong. As you can imagine, from the way that they approach the marketing of Yorkshire racecourses, Go Racing in Yorkshire know how to put on a good show and we were given great food, copious amounts of drink, and engaging interviews and entertainment during the awards.I felt honoured and very grateful to be presented with their Outstanding Achievement award for training 4,000 winners and it was appropriate that it was presented to me by Norman Gundill of Pontefract Racecourse, where Dominating took us past that milestone.I am, of course, disappointed for the ten individuals (Ruth Burn – Newcomer; Aiden Smithies – Newcomer; Barry Lusted – Groom/Rider; Lauren Tindle – Groom /Rider; Becky Wright – Groom/Rider; Cesar Dayaca – Groom/Rider; Savroop Singh – Groom/Rider; Patrick Trainor – Groom/Rider; Mark Billingham – Dedication to Racing; and Darren Forster- Dedication to Racing) nominated from our team this year as none of them have made the top ten in their category but I hope they understand that to be nominated by their peers is recognition in itself, particularly in such a strong team. I should also, perhaps, make it clear that, although she once worked for us, I was not the nominator of Shannon Baines as suggested in the Racing Post this morning.
Our team have been winners and beneficiaries in the past and we are all most grateful for that recognition.
Beim 'Schul-Englisch' gibt man sich meistens mit einer Eins-zu-eins-Übersetzung von Worten zufrieden - ohne die möglichen Nebenbedeutungen von Worten hinreichend zu würdigen.
Für einen lebendigen und stilsicheren Gebrauch einer Fremdsprache ist die Beherrschung der Nebenbedeutungen von großer Wichtigkeit.
I can’t claim that the award was a surprise as Go Racing In Yorkshire’s General Manager, Emma White, couldn’t hide her enthusiasm when organising a full table for my team and kept telling me how much she hoped I would like the trophy.
She was rightly proud of what she had done and I must say a special thank you to her for that trophy, the wonderful film that preceded the presentation of the award, and her hospitality on the day at the awards lunch and late into the ‘evening’ (I’m not sure what time it was when we piled back into our mini-bus) at the ‘after show’ party.
The only difference was that my comments were taken by many in the media to be naive and anti-betting whereas his were just seen as a call for more media access. He praised concerts at racecourses – something that I have generally been very much against – and said he saw them as a perfect opportunity to educate people about our sport.