Welcome To The So-So Site
The So-So Site is exactly that! It's neither bad, nor good,
It's acceptable but not outstanding.
It is a place to visit if you are bored and want to see some useless information! Or if want to learn a thing or two about anything from the likes of Horse Racing to Mental Health!
Please note that the site is mainly horse racing, The So-So Magazine is a self-help magazine and Locked In Fear is the Mental Health route.
Having worked for Ginger McCain I do still have an interest in Horse Racing, so it shouldn't come as too much of a surprise for you to know that I follow Ginger's son, Donald and Team McCain.
Whatever appears on the site is not intended to offend anybody. There might be a couple of things that are Taboo subjects but hey feel free to skip them. Any problems please contact me Thank You x
Donald McCain -
National Hunt Trainer Of The Year 2011
Donald and Team McCain are putting themselves firmly on the map, at Bankhouse which is situated in the classical parkland of Cholmondeley Castle, in Cheshire.
Donald hit the top twenty National Hunt Trainers in his first season of training and also got his first Cheltenham Festival winner thanks to Cloudy Lane.
Going from strength to strength, and gradually working up to third place in the National Hunt Trainers table, Donald is giving the flat boys a run for their money and recently has the first and second in the 2012 StanJames.com Chester Cup (Heritage Handicap) with Ile De Re (FR) and Overturn (IRE) (who won the race in 2011). Visit Bankhouse or just find a horse from the drop down menu.
Ode To The Horse
Where in this wide world can man find nobility without pride, friendship without envy or beauty without vanity? Here, where grace is laced with muscle, and strength by gentleness confined.
He serves without servility; he has fought without enmity. There is nothing so powerful, nothing less violent, there is nothing so quick, nothing more patient.
England’s past has been borne on his back. All our history is his industry; we are his heirs, he our inheritance.
By Ronald Duncan