Being a major horse racing nation, the British calendar is always dotted with numerous horse races, scheduled throughout the year. However, that did not happen
Throughout the years horse racing has produced some special moments. It has also shown the dedication of the exceptional individuals
Every sport has its blue riband event, the one in which its very finest proponents take part and where the best of the best can show their class.
Manchester’s changing gambling scene: How are online casinos affecting their bricks and mortar rivals?
There’s no question that as a nation we are very keen gambling fans in all of its many forms from the lottery to slots and horse racing to casinos: the figures speak for themselves as in the year from October 2017 the UK’s gross gambling yield, as reported by the Gambling Commission, was £14.5 billion.
While horses trained in the north of England don’t have the best record when heading down to Gloucestershire for the Cheltenham Festival, it’s not for want of trying.
A YouGov poll has found that golf is the most boring sport to watch according to a sample of more than 1,500 Brits.
If the good old British summertime doesn’t live up to expectations, you might be stuck wondering what to do.
The wait is almost over… the Randox Health sponsored Grand National is nearly here.
Whether it’s a couple of quid on a horse whose jockey’s colours catch the eye or a football accumulator which has you on the edge or your seat from kick off to the final whistle, there’s always something to bet on.
Fronted by former Sky Sports presenter Ed Chamberlin, the coverage from a rain-soaked Cheltenham was positively received with newspaper commentators praising both Chamberlin and his illustrious guests, former jockeys Sir Tony McCoy and Luke Harvey.
McCain, who trains a successful stable in Cheshire as he prepares for the March 10-13 Festival, is the son of the late Ginger, the trainer who exercised three-time Grand National winner Red Rum on a Southport beach.