There’s an unavoidable sense of doom once through the turnstiles of Rome’s Capannelle racecourse.
Greg Carpenter’s discretionary judgement in allocating Melbourne Cup weights does provide some clues as to whom may be the hardest to beat on the first Tuesday in November.
Charlie Appleby’s excellent record in Australia is well acknowledged and it may improve further through Jungle Cat.
Many have profited from the input of Sheikh Mohammed, clearly racing’s greatest financial contributor.
An ambitious, long-term plan spanning three continents in search of Melbourne Cup success is gathering momentum with Gai Waterhouse at the forefront.
There’s one thing you immediately notice upon arriving at Dalham Hall Stud – home of Darley’s English breeding empire in Newmarket.
Every country has its own unique bet type.
Hong Kong has the Triple Trio, which involves picking three consecutive trifectas on a specified sequence of races.
If you truly love horse racing then the town of Chantilly must be visited. And your first visit won’t be your last.
Admitting you have an addiction is recognised as the first step towards rehabilitation. But no amount of acknowledgement can solve mine, nor is there an inclination to be rehabilitated. Horse racing has formed a significant part of my identity. It’s something I’ve embraced from a young age. Every moment relates to racing, it’s parlance used…