Summit Cheers offers respite for Hall after stable exodus: ‘it’s been a bit of a massacre’

//Summit Cheers offers respite for Hall after stable exodus: ‘it’s been a bit of a massacre’

Summit Cheers offers respite for Hall after stable exodus: ‘it’s been a bit of a massacre’

He has been forced to watch on as galloper after galloper has been transferred out of his stable but Summit Cheers offered David Hall some welcome respite from the “massacre” at Sha Tin on Sunday.Since boom sprinter Joyful Fortune was taken off Hall in December after a disappointing 11th, the 57-year-old has lost 15 horses to other stables while only five have come the other way.“We haven’t got a lot of depth there now, it’s been a bit of a massacre and the numbers are down but we’ve still got…

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