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Kauto Star ashes may be buried at Kempton Park on Boxing Day

By Simon Jackson.

Boxing Day at Kempton Park has been suggested as a possible date to bury the ashes of Kauto Star who died this month after sustaining injuries in a paddock accident. 314 more words


Lessons from the Cheltenham Gold Cup

I was very lucky to be invited to the Cheltenham Gold Cup just recently.  It was a fantastic experience and not just for the horse racing.   1,053 more words

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Win a collectable signed photograph of Champion Jockey AP, Trainer Jonjo O'Neill and 2012 Cheltenham Gold Cup Winner, Synchronised

In the build up to the 2015 Cheltenham Festival and with AP McCoy’s imminent retirement firmly in our minds, what could be more exciting than our next prize announcement  for the… 262 more words

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Crowds Gather for Cheltenham Festival: the age-old excitement of the Sport of Kings

Tomorrow, the Cheltenham Festival gets underway in Gloucestershire with thousands of spectators expected at the Prestbury Park racecourse for the start of Britain’s most prestigious race meet after the Grand National. 404 more words


Terry Biddlecombe (1941- 2014) A Racing Enigma

                Terence Walter Biddlecombe was born on 2nd February 1941, in the City of Gloucester.

The possibilities of Terry becoming a jockey were double fold from the day of his birth, his mother Nancy a keen racing enthusiast who also rode to hounds. 883 more words

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Fred Winter, the Jockey.

On 20th September 1926 at Andover in Hampshire, Frederick Thomas Winter was born.

His father Fred Senior won The Epsom Oaks on Cherimoya at the very young age of 16 in 1911. 2,051 more words

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