Meeting Grand National Winning Noble Yeats

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On 7th July we took some of our regular and long term supporters of the Injured Jockeys Fund on a visit to Upton Viva Stud, home of Grand National winning horse, Noble Yeats. This was a small way for us to thank them for their kind and generous support. Robert Waley-Cohen led a tour of the stud, meeting mares and foals as well as National Hunt and Point-to-Point horses, including Cheltenham Festival Winner Long Run.

The stud hands kindly paraded horses for our supporters, to which the challenge was to guess who from the line up was Noble Yeats.

Thank you so much to the Waley-Cohens for such a fantastic visit, it was thoroughly enjoyed by all.

Noble Yeats and stable mate.

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