Newbury Racecourse's meeting on Wednesday (January 16) will be the first overseen by their new Clark of the Course, Keith Ottesen.
Driving solo from west Wales to Mongolia raising funds for charity - with a stop-off to meet a local para-equestrian
He came to see para-equestrian dressage rider Alison Fryer.Thirty year-old Guy Simmonds' first stop on his epic solo 2019 journey - by any standards the journey of a lifetime - was Rockley.
Eventing profile: after a year in the Marlborough area & a good season, Georgie Strang looks to next year's challenges
And it's been a good year for her: "I'm really pleased with our progress - it's been educational for myself and the horses. My younger horses have stepped up and I have some new young horses too. And Cooley Earl and I completed Badminton."It has been a year of change for eventer Georgie Strang - her first year in the Marlborough area.
Ian Balding has been paying tribute to the best horse he ever trained as he recalls the life and career of the great Mill Reef, one of the most popular racehorses of all time, who was born 50 years ago this year.
My ride in Glorious Goodwood's 2018 Magnolia Cup - the premier charity race for amateur women riders
When the phone rang on June 14 asking if I could ride in this year’s Magnolia Cup, my heart leapt. This was a race I had always wanted to ride in.
Newbury racecourse marked the opening of its Flat racing season by installing a remarkable sculpture at the heart of the parade rings - Tom Hiscocks' massive yet finely realised depiction of a drinking horse.
Luke Harvey talks about riding, owning & training point-to-point horses - his love for the sport & its future
Luke lives at Kingston Lisle - just over the downs from Baydon.Where do I start with Luke Harvey - the man who tweets as @LeglockLuke? Jockey, trainer, TV personality, comedian, bon viveur - all that and he's probably the best-known owner of point-to-pointers in Britain.
Arriving at a race meeting last Saturday, braving some torrential rain and clouds hovering low on the nearby hills, a young photographer tweeted: "I've been coming here since 2011 and working here since 2014 and I still have to pinch myself every time I arrive...#LuckyGirl."
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