2 weeks ago

Wido Neuroth

I would like to thank each of you for all the greetings on my 70th birthday through Caroline's Facebook page.

I have also been delighted to receive many wishes from long-time friends, customers and former staff.

Kindest regards
Wido
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3 weeks ago

Kære Wido!
Gratulerer så mye med ⅞⁴ bursdagen🎂 🇳🇴

I det kommende år ønsker jeg for dig, at lykken vil forfølge dig og alle dine største ønsker vil gå i opfyldelse.,🍀❤️

Velkommen hjem fra Irland og tillykketillykktillyktillykke med bebse.

Bh Fłemming og Jane,
Zwicky Racing
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3 weeks ago

Gratulerer med dagen Wido - alltid ærlig og velkledd og med en hyggelig kommentar når det var på sin plass 👍🏻👍🏻🥂🥂🥂🍾🍾🍾 ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Happy Birthday ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Grattis på födelsedagen 🎊 ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Gratulerar på dagen Wido ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Gratulerer med dagen ! Masse hilsener fra Kirsten og Ulf 🐎🐎🐎 ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Gratulerer så mye med 70 års dagen💐 håper alle er ekstra snille med deg i dag 🎂🎁🎉 ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

GRATULERER SÅ MYE MED DAGEN DIN I DAG🐎🐎🐎 ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Happy birthirday my friend ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Wido Neuroth

FAREWELL, STARING AT THE SEA

I'm sad to announce the passing of our 2000 Guineas winner Staring At The Sea.

He was scratched from his intended run on Bro Park on November 5 due to pulsation in his hooves. X-rays showed some changes on his cape, and after also having dealt with hoof issues throughout 2017, we found it best to have him euthanized.

A son of Footstepsinthesand, Staring At The Sea won the Norwegian 2000 Guineas for Stall EOS and developed into one of the best sprinters in Scandinavia.

This year he won at Bro Park from a handicap of 88. He was a very good horse who always proved willing, and he is already missed.

Wido.
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4 months ago

Wido Neuroth

I’m considering to limit external use of my stable jockey!

Last race day at Øvrevoll our stable jockey was asked to ride a 2-year-old trained by Cathrine Erichsen, as her own stable jockey was ill.

Our jockey naturally accepted the ride and took it for granted that the horse had a bit of routine before its first race.

Horse and jockey were sent out first to the sand track, and the horse broke a bit and stopped close to the stewards’ tower where the loud speaker is on and a few people are gathered.

A member of the stewards’ committee, who stood by tower, saw the event and reported that the jockey had used his whip on the horse.

The jockey explained that at first he used his legs to straighten the horse, but that it had a limited effect given the short stirrups.
The whip was then used to avoid a dangerous event, and without the jockey moved his hands from the reins.

After the hearing of our jockey the stewards agree that the horse was insecure, but they still have him a 2-day suspension plus a fine of 2.000 kroner.

As the stewards’ report refers to negligence from the jockey, it is not even possible to appeal the suspension and fine.

In Norway you are only allowed to carry a whip in 2-year-old races to avoid dangerous situations.

This situation could have become dangerous and please note that the jockey’s use of his whip happened on the way to the start on an unraced 2-year-old and not in the actual race where use of the whip could be considered as a matter of wanting to win.

Wido.
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4 months ago

Wido Neuroth

AVAILABLE POSITION: GROOM

Are you an EU citizen (male/female)?
Are you a fan of getting up early in the morning?
Do you have experience handling horses and and working inside a stable?
Are you looking for a busy job in a professional environment?

Yes to all four?
Then you might be the one we’re looking for!

What we offer:
A good salary
Accomocation available
A job with great excitement
A brilliant reason to get up early every morning

Are you interested?

Send an e-mail to wido@neuroth.no and tell us about yourself.
Note: Please use the above mail address, no messaging through Facebook.
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6 months ago

Wido Neuroth

Our horses have recently coped with respiratory infections, especially among our 2 and 3 year olds, which is why our classic horses haven't yet performed as we expected this year.

All horses are being treated and I hope they will be back in top form for the Swedish Derby on July 15 and other big events beyond that.

I And I is not going to run in the German Derby - even though he won his last race, he didn't do on form but on pure class.

Wido.
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6 months ago

Wido Neuroth

For those of you awaiting my regular race day analysis, I’m sorry to disappoint you by stating that I will no longer post these on my website or on Social Media.

When my horses are not running up to my or other people’s expectations, I don’t need any public accusations about being a sore loser or that our underperforming runners are always due to the track surface.

The care and well-being of my horses will always have first priority, and I will constantly seek to find the ground that each individual horse is suited by to avoid injuries and lack of desire to perform.

Wido
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6 months ago

Wido Neuroth

REPORT FROM ØVREVOLL, THURSDAY 24 MAY

Baltic Eagle pulled from the gate and a long way onto the back stretch. He went in the middle of the track after the bend, didn't get company and got in front too early. Raced a bit reluctantly in the closing stages and was narrowly beaten by a horse that came to his inside.

Wido.
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7 months ago

Wido Neuroth

REPORT FROM JÄGERSRO, MONDAY 21 MAY

Pas De Secrets was tense on the surface.

I And I wasn’t fast enough over the first 200m, had to be held up and waited with for an opening. Increased his pace with 1000m left to run, but didn’t thrive on the surface.

Staring At The Sea was interfered with right after the start and was hit on both hind legs – it was all over from then.

Jägersro has been prepared in a different way over the past few years, and now the track even changes between races which means the surface gets faster.

I believe it is up to the Jägersro track team to prepare the track as they like, but as a trainer I need to know what’s coming.

It is not acceptable that horses running later on the very same day gets a different track surface. A track with so many big races on the card should be more predictable, at least when the surface isn’t changed by rain.

Wido.
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7 months ago

Wido Neuroth

REPORT FROM ØVREVOLL, THURSDAY 17TH MAY

Buddy Bob didn't thrive on the firm turf, still a great finish into 2nd.

Jet Pilot handles the bumby turf course better this year and he finished well as 3rd in his seasonal reappearance behind two great horses who already had their first run.

Killroy ran well, but likes a softer ground.

Gideon was a bit stiff on the firm and bumpy ground, approved as third.

Appelina was to be placed behind the favourite and the lack of pace wasn't to her advantage. She lost by a short margin after a tough battle down the straight. She seems better than ever!

Appel La Légende was approved, she also needed this race and will be better on softer ground.

Delacour finished well in his first run of the year.

Mustajjid was taken wide after the first bend to avoid the kick back. Great finish to win.

Dardenne doesn't like the firm ground and will be better on a flat surface.

Wido.

Photo by Roger Svalsrød / Hesteguiden.com
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7 months ago

Lykke til med sesongen og god sommer fra Iona😘 ... See MoreSee Less

7 months ago

Wido Neuroth

REPORT FROM KLAMPENBORG, SATURDAY 5 MAY

Danish 1000 Guineas: Appel La Légende didn't cope with the ground around the bend. She needs further distance or a more demanding surface.

Danish Jockey Club Cup (L): Pas De Secrets never thrived on the hard ground and pulled himself up down the straight.

Wido.
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