April 6th 1991 was the day I was wealthy and planning a holiday in my head. Until Seagram overtook him on the run in…
Today’s historic racecards alluded to the sad demise of Nottingham as a jumping track. A decision as puzzling to me today as it was then. Look at how many runners were declared at the final meeting on February 29th 1996! The last race was won by Dominie, for Kim Bailey, ridden by a young 3lb claimer called Timmy Murphy!
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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.