High horse tactics

March 2013
Mail on Sunday;3/31/2013, p66
NOEL COOGAN opines that Ted Walsh's use of expletives on TV during Cheltenham blights the achievements of Irish participants (MoS letters, March 24). May I remind Mr Coogan that Ted Walsh and his family have contributed much to Irish racing and are held in very high esteem by everybody connected with the sport, punters included. Ted's passion shines through; hence the odd colourful turn of phrase which adds to the entertainment!


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