There’s something glorious about taking in live horse racing at major UK racetracks. It could be a summer festival spent sipping champagne and eating picnics on the grass with fellow equine enthusiasts, or braving the biting cold to roar on the best in the business during the National Hunt season. Continue reading “Top racetracks in the UK”
Royal Ascot is a hugely special occasion and, from a sporting point of view, is the pinnacle of the horse racing flat season in Great Britain. Continue reading “Royal Ascot in Numbers”
The Melbourne Cup has been raced annually since way back in 1861 when its inaugural running was won by Archer. Continue reading “Some Interesting Stats About Melbourne Cup Winners”
With the major racing concluding at the Spring Carnival last weekend, it seems an appropriate time to acknowledge it was the final Melbourne Cup call for the doyen himself Bruce McAvaney. Continue reading “Bruce McAvaney bids farewell to the Melbourne Cup”
The Melbourne Cup or “the race that stops the nation” always attracts the biggest crowd full of glitz and glamour. Continue reading “The 9 Worst Melbourne Cup Photos”
The jockey at the centre of the horse punch storm reportedly received death threats following the televising of his actions.
It’s Melbourne Cup Carnival time and as always the racing experts are going to be crawling out of the woodwork.
Star Japanese horse Admire Deus is reportedly on the mend after a trackwork accident left his life in the balance.
Caulfield and Melbourne Cup hopeful Admire Deus has suffered a serious injury during trackwork at Warrnambool this morning.
Irish jockey Davy Russell has received a four day ban after race footage emerged of him punching his horse in the head.