About the Book
Pappa Fourway a race horse from the mid 1950's. undefeated during his 1955 season and then sold to America for racing in the 1956 season but broke down and was retired to the breeding shed. Slim Roles the American trainer said he was sorry that the horse's new owner never got to see the horse run but said that Pappa Fourway was the fastest horse he had trained and it was with great sadness that he never made the race track where he was expected to run in races up to 1 mile. News paper men remarked he was the finest looking animal to stand in the barns at Belmont showing great stature and strength.
Born and lived in Ashington for 51 years. I have had a keen interest in sport and research all of my adult life. Horse racing and systems including historic handicapping have always interested and have been a focus of my waking thoughts.