The Calvary Open-Hearted Rehabilitation Stakes

The Calvary Open-Hearted Rehabilitation Stakes
A Weight-For-Age, non-handicapped Invitational to anyone who has ever undergone open-hearted surgery; consisting of a six-minute sprint between fixed markers. Apprentices cannot claim. Non-cash prize; red, yellow and blue sash.

QUALIFYING STAGES

Wednesday, February 26   JOHN KINGSMILL  Six minutes • 350 metres
Thursday, February 27   JOHN KINGSMILL  Six minutes • 387 metres

THIS EVENT REMAINS OPEN TO LATECOMERS AT THE CLUB’S DISCRETION. LODGE RESULTS WITH THE COURSE STEWARD.

Comments

  1. Shouldn’t let Lutherans run these things. They can’t tell the difference between “cavalry” and “calvary”.
    I hope you are being rescued and not crucified though, JK. Best Wishes.

  2. Crucified, I’m afraid. But I’ve risen again.

    Friday, February 27 JOHN KINGSMILL Six minutes • 487 metres

    Are there any other six-minute pacers out there at the moment? Don’t force me to go to Group.

  3. If you keep up that rate of improvement (100 metres in a day) we’ll have you in a Monday claimer at Globe Derby soon.
    Group racing seems out of the question, but a hardy old claimer like you should still have a few wins in him.
    (I notice the Lutherans have covered up their heinous sin. Editorial privilege.)
    Keep punching.

  4. They’ll do anything to make the Catholics look stupid.

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