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Depressed racehorse making trainer question his own future

Desdemona Phelps

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A depressed thoroughbred racehorse is making his trainer question his future position.

Gareth Beak asked himself the question whether there’s any point carrying on as a trainer after his racehorse got so depressed with a rotten losing streak.

With 200 runs and no wins, 11 year old bay gelding Jimmy Jumpsuit is so miserable that he is currently under 24 hour horse suicide watch.

Beak said: “He’s terribly sad with not winning, he only thinks about death. He ran off a cliff but landed in the sea. Then he ran across a motorway and 11 cars piled up, but he was fine.”

“After a race he’s so pissed off with not winning he wrecks his stable, smashing it up completely. Every morning I come to it it’s ruined beyond recognition.”

Gareth Beak asked himself whether there’s any point carrying on as a trainer

“I don’t know what else to give him: I’ve tried music, swimming, even water-skiing. He’s making us all so miserable I might pack in training.”

The closest Jimmy Jumpsuit came was the £2 Bet When You Lose Ten Grand with Mugbet Selling Handicap at Brighton in July 2013 – a race he won, but was disqualified when his jockey did not bother to weigh in.

With 200 runs and no wins, Jimmy Jumpsuit became so miserable that he is under 24 hour horse suicide watch.

Jumpsuit said: “F*cking miserable ain’t it? It’s alright for Enable with her £9 million and choice of bloke horses shagging her every year.”

“I can’t even get a win and I’ve got nothing to go to stud with since they chopped my cock off.”

“What’s the f*cking point?”

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