Remember the dreaded all-weather jumps? They were happening at Southwell on this day in 1991. Ironically, proper jumping also took place at Wolverhampton, which is now a dog track for horses. How time changes things. Not always for the better!
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Well after 6 weeks of wrangling I’ve finally got access to my blog back. It’s a long story.
We all love to go racing but the next best thing is watching it on TV. Here’s a look back at some old theme tunes and intros from across the terrestrial network with, to finish, the greatest piece of music ever associated with horse racing.
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reflections on racing legends, past and present
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