Queens Of The Turf – book review

reviewer – David Cormack, The Racing Forum Bruce Millington points out in his introduction to Queens Of The Turf that there is something ‘even more special’ about a champion racehorse when that horse is a filly or mare and I’m sure we all have a […]

Book Review – How’s Your Dad? by Mick Channon Jnr

Book review – How’s Your Dad? by Mick Channon Jnr The title of Mick Channon Jnr’s debut book ‘How’s Your Dad?’ tells you what you need to know about the theme of this exploration of a relationship between father and son. Mick Jnr, as I […]

Book Review – Just One More Smile by Diana Reynolds

Book review – Just One More Smile by Diana Reynolds Reviewed by – David Cormack Having grown up as a huge Lester Piggott fan I’d always thought he was the ultimate jockey, the greatest ever. But as I learned more about the history of racing […]

Book review – Mr Darley’s Arabian by Christopher McGrath

Book review – Mr Darley’s Arabian by Christopher McGrath The premise of Christopher McGrath’s book Mr Darley’s Arabian is quite simple, but inspired. Through the twenty five generations that comprise the male line of the pedigree of that greatest of all modern racehorses, the mighty […]

Book Review – The Perfect Bet by Adam Kucharski

  BOOK REVIEW  – The Perfect Bet by Adam Kucharski If you have a reputation as a gambler or as a person who likes a bet, no doubt along the way you’ll have had no shortage of people telling you that ‘you can never win’ […]

Cheltenham 2016- day 4 preview with tips

David Cormack runs the rule over Day 4 The denouement of the festival is upon us, alas. However one more fantastic day’s racing ahead. Let’s see if we can’t cap off a great week with at least a couple more winners. Race 1 – Joseph […]

Cheltenham Day 3 preview

David Cormack previews day 3 of the 2016 festival. We were down on day 1 but bounced back in style on day 2 to go ahead for the week so almost a free day tomorrow when we should be playing with the bookie’s money. It […]