Michael Dods : Racehorse Trainer

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  • 29-Jul-2022: Bold Territories breaks his maiden at Wolverhampton with Connor Beasley in the saddle
  • 28-Jul-2022: Another Glorious Goodwood victory as Prairie Falcon wins under Hollie Doyle
  • 23-Jul-2022: Gale Force Maya makes it three wins for the season as she digs in at York under Connor Beasley
  • 05-Jul-2022: Wor Willie strides to easy success under Paul Mulrennan at Pontefract
  • 01-Jul-2022: Second career win for Alethiometer under Connor Beasley at Doncaster
  • 21-Jun-2022: Proud Archi makes it five course and distance wins at Beverley
  • 10-Jun-2022: York double for the yard as Northern Express defies topweight under Paul Mulrennan
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  • 09-Jun-2022: Arch Moon bounces back to form with easy win under Connor Beasley at Haydock
  • 08-Jun-2022: Azure Blue impresses under Paul Mulrennan at Hamilton

Dods welcomes Government go-ahead for racing to resume

TRAINER Michael Dods has welcomed today's news that the Government has given the go ahead for racing to return behind closed doors at Newcastle on Monday.

Michael said: "We are delighted at the news that the Government has given the British Horseracing Authority the go ahead for racing to resume at Newcastle on Monday.
"What's important now is that everyone pulls together to ensure all those involved are safe. Racing has to resume in a way that breeds confidence so the sport can continue to move forward. It'll be great to be back and, hopefully, things will build from here."

Michael has previously talked about the importance of getting owners back on racecourses as soon as it is safe to do so because they are the lifeblood of the sport.

The yard has three runners on Monday: Dancin' Boy, Twist of Hay and Heath Charnock.

Racing gets underway at 1pm, with 10 races on an ultra-competitive card, televised on Sky Sports.Racing.