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Site engineer Tim Veitch puts the finishing touches to the weathercock on top of St.
SKY HIGH: An aircraft passes high above the new gilded weathercock at Birkby.
It was announced earlier this week that Oliver Sherwood's former assistant Warren Greatrex would be replacing Llewellyn as salaried trainer to Malcom Denmark at Weathercock House.
Mark and his team at Weathercock House are hugely disappointed because they'd been so looking forward to seeing the horse back in action.
50 YEARS AGO: A crack between two and five inches in width and running horizontally around the 120 feet high steeple of St John's church, Wednesbury, about 16 feet below the weathercock, has almost severed the steeple in two parts.
The team from Weathercock House, formerly his mother's base, is spearheaded by Ever Blessed (Tote Gold Cup), Monsignor (Royal & Sun Alliance Hurdle) and Wakeel (Arkle Challenge Trophy).
With the yearling sales merry-go-round turning we are beginning to stock up with the young horses who will be representing Weathercock House next year and beyond.
Previous live shows include Brown 1591, Puce 1694 and Weathercock 1495.
A MYSTERY over who left a village church's weathercock peppered with lead shot and bullet holes has been solved - it was Dad's Army.
This will be Dempsey's first run since Carl Llewellyn took over the reins at Weathercock House from Mark Pitman.
A flute fish placed on top of the sculpture acts like a weathercock and blows with the wind making pan pipes sounds.
It should be of no concern that the seven-year-old has been off since December 2003 as the Weathercock House team frequently bring horses back to win first-time-out after a long lay-off.