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Racing Post Annual 2021 (Paperback): Nick Pulford Racing Post Annual 2021 (Paperback)
Nick Pulford
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Now in its tenth year, the Racing Post Annual is firmly established as the perfect Christmas gift for any horse racing fan. This exciting review of 2020 from the Racing Post, the nation's voice of horse racing, has 224 colour pages packed with the best stories of the racing year and is beautifully illustrated with stunning images by award-winning photographer Edward Whitaker and others. Racing Post's top writers look back on the best of the flat and jumps seasons; the big names both equine and human; the moments to treasure and unusual stories of the year; plus a look forward at the top prospects for 2021. With a glittering line-up, this large-format, magazine-style publication is a must for any horse racing fan.

Racing Post Wall Calendar 2021 (Paperback): Racing Post Racing Post Wall Calendar 2021 (Paperback)
Racing Post
R370 R306 Discovery Miles 3 060 Save R64 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Racing Post Wall Calendar is a highly popular square-format wall calendar featuring stunning racing photographs from the previous calendar year. It features one month to view, and includes the most up to date race meeting information in the UK and Ireland at the time of publication - jumps, flat and the all-weather - and is colour coded for ease of use. It also highlights the key races that month. Every month is illustrated with a superb colour photograph by the Racing Post's award winning photographers.

Enable - Queen of the Turf (Hardcover): Andrew Pennington Enable - Queen of the Turf (Hardcover)
Andrew Pennington
R527 R434 Discovery Miles 4 340 Save R93 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Racing Post Desk Calendar 2021 (Paperback): Racing Post Racing Post Desk Calendar 2021 (Paperback)
Racing Post
R310 R257 Discovery Miles 2 570 Save R53 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Racing Post Desk Calendar is the perfect office accessory. It is a tent-folded, wiro-bound desk calendar featuring one month to view with the most up to date race meeting information in the UK and Ireland at the time of publication - jumps, flat and the all-weather. It also includes the principal races and bloodstock sales dates. Every month is illustrated with a superb colour photograph by Edward Whitaker or one of the Racing Post's award-winning photographers. It is great for your desk or side table as a quick reference and for adding key personal events.

Celebrating a Century of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe - The History of Europe's Greatest Horse Race (Hardcover):... Celebrating a Century of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe - The History of Europe's Greatest Horse Race (Hardcover)
Malcolm Pannett 1
R665 R541 Discovery Miles 5 410 Save R124 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Celebrating a Century of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe charts the history of Europe's - and arguably the world's - greatest horse race. Established in 1920 and staged in Paris on the Bois de Boulogne, the Arc is a truly international contest attracting runners from England, Ireland, Japan, Italy, Germany and the USA. This illustrated race-by-race account traces the exploits of many all-time racing legends. From Ribot, Sea Bird, Allez France and Mill Reef, to Dancing Brave, Sea The Stars, Treve and Enable. It's also a who's who of the turf starring the Rothschild, Aga Khan, Wildenstein, Wertheimer and Head families, as well as Marcel Boussac, Vincent O'Brien, Lester Piggott and Yves Saint-Martin. The modern era features luminaries such as Andre Fabre, Coolmore, Godolphin, John Gosden, Frankie Dettori and Khalid Abdullah. You'll discover which champion hurdler won the title, which horse came back from stud to recapture his crown and which jockey ended up in prison as a result of his win.

Horse Racing's Strangest Tales (Paperback): Andrew Ward Horse Racing's Strangest Tales (Paperback)
Andrew Ward 1
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Extraordinary but true stories from over 150 years of racing. This hilarious, sideways look at horse racing vividly recounts many of the strangest moments and oddest incidents from over 150 years of the sport's history. Andrew Ward recalls the time when spectators mounted two fallen horses and rode them to second and third places; the race which had to be re-run because the judge wasn't in his box at the finish; the ultrasonic binoculars that allegedly stunned a horse and unseated a jockey at Ascot, and many more. A totally original, offbeat collection of extraordinary but true stories, Horse-Racing's Strangest Races will be a delight to all lovers of the turf. Word count: 60,000

100 Winners - Jumpers to Follow 2020-2021 (Paperback): James de Wesselow 100 Winners - Jumpers to Follow 2020-2021 (Paperback)
James de Wesselow
R162 R136 Discovery Miles 1 360 Save R26 (16%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Now in its 59th year, this popular guide to jumps racing summarises the prospects of 100 steeplechasers and hurdlers who Raceform's expert race-readers expect to do particularly well in the coming 2020-2021 season. The title has a long history of identifying winners and last year's edition, even in a season cut short due to the coronavirus, produced 90 winners from 295 runners with a strike-rate of 30.5%. This produced a profit of GBP9.18 to GBP1 level stakes.

Dancer's Image - The Forgotten Story of the 1968 Kentucky Derby (Paperback): Milton C. Toby Dancer's Image - The Forgotten Story of the 1968 Kentucky Derby (Paperback)
Milton C. Toby
R419 R344 Discovery Miles 3 440 Save R75 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

On May 4, 1968, Dancer's Image crossed the finish line at Churchill Downs to win the 94th Kentucky Derby. Yet the jubilation ended three days later for the owner, the jockey and the trainers who propelled the celebrated thoroughbred to victory. Amid a firestorm of controversy, Dancer's Image was disqualified after blood tests revealed the presence of a widely used anti-inflammatory drug with a dubious legal status. Over forty years later, questions still linger over the origins of the substance and the turmoil it created. Veteran turfwriter and noted equine law expert Milt Toby gives the first in-depth look at the only disqualification in Derby history and how the Run for the Roses was changed forever.

There Are No Problem Horses, Only Problem Riders (Hardcover): Mary Twelveponies There Are No Problem Horses, Only Problem Riders (Hardcover)
Mary Twelveponies; Foreword by John Lyons
R746 R595 Discovery Miles 5 950 Save R151 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Great Women in the Sport of Kings - America's Top Women Jockeys Tell Their Stories (Hardcover, 1st ed): Scooter Toby... Great Women in the Sport of Kings - America's Top Women Jockeys Tell Their Stories (Hardcover, 1st ed)
Scooter Toby Davidson
R683 R559 Discovery Miles 5 590 Save R124 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Although it has only been thirty years since the first female jockey rode onto the then male-only turf of thoroughbred horse racing, they have since made their mark on the racetrack and in the winner's circle. Great Women in the Sport of Kings, the first book to consider the phenomenon of female jockeys, takes an in-depth look at their lives.

Through the oral histories of ten top female jockeys, the authors offer intimate portraits of how they overcame personal and professional obstacles to rise to the top of thoroughbred horse racing. In her Introduction, women's sports historian Mary Jo Festle explores the larger issues of women in sport, sexism in horse racing, the struggles female jockeys face, and the significance of their success.

Picking Winners (Paperback, New edition): Andrew Beyer Picking Winners (Paperback, New edition)
Andrew Beyer
R374 R312 Discovery Miles 3 120 Save R62 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Just as football evolved with the introduction of the forward pass and basketball with the development of the jump shot, so too was handicapping forever changed by the use of speed figures--and it all started with Andrew Beyer's Picking Winners. This edition features a new foreword in which the author discusses the changes that have swept the sport since the book's original publication. Picking Winners remains a classic in the field of thoroughbred racing.


Battleship - A Daring Heiress, a Teenage Jockey, and America's Horse (Paperback): Dorothy Ours Battleship - A Daring Heiress, a Teenage Jockey, and America's Horse (Paperback)
Dorothy Ours
R567 R458 Discovery Miles 4 580 Save R109 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The moving story of a tough little horse, a gifted boy, and a woman ahead of her time.
The youngest jockey, the smallest horse, and an unconventional heiress who disliked publicizing herself. Together, near Liverpool, England, they made a leap of faith on a spring day in 1938: overriding the jockey's father, trusting the boy and the horse that the British nicknamed "the American pony" to handle a race course that newspapers called Suicide Lane. There, Battleship might become the first American racer to win England's monumental, century-old Grand National steeplechase. His rider, Great Britain's Bruce Hobbs, was only seventeen years old.
Hobbs started life with an advantage: his father, Reginald, was a superb professional horseman. But Reg Hobbs also made extreme demands, putting Bruce in situations that horrified the boy's mother and sometimes terrified the child. Bruce had to decide just how brave he could stand to be.
On the other side of the Atlantic, the enigmatic Marion duPont grew up at the estate now known as James Madison's Montpelier--the refuge of America's "Father of the Constitution." Rejecting her chance to be a debutante, denied a corporate role because of her gender, Marion chose a pursuit where horses spoke for her. Taking on the world's toughest race, she would leave her film-star husband, Randolph Scott, a continent away and be pulled beyond her own control. With its reach from Lindbergh's transatlantic flight to Cary Grant's Hollywood, "Battleship" is an epic tale of personal drive to test one's own true worth.

Churchill Downs - America's Most Historic Racetrack (Paperback): Kimberly Gatto Churchill Downs - America's Most Historic Racetrack (Paperback)
Kimberly Gatto
R426 R352 Discovery Miles 3 520 Save R74 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In the late eighteenth century, in the bustling city streets of Louisville, began a tradition of thoroughbred racing that has transcended centuries. Follow Kimberly Gatto as she chronicles the history of the world's most famous racing venue, which revolutionized the "Sport of Kings" and created the Kentucky Derby, Kentucky Oaks and Clark Handicap races. Fans will enjoy the tales of various horses, from the early triumph of Ten Broeck over Mollie McCarthy to the Derby victory of the heroic Barbaro. Churchill Downs: America's Most Historic Racetrack recounts how various financial hardships, the introduction of parimutuel wagering, the construction of the famed twin spires and the age of television transformed Churchill Downs into the majestic track we recognize today.

Secretariat (Paperback): William Nack Secretariat (Paperback)
William Nack 2
R270 R210 Discovery Miles 2 100 Save R60 (22%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The remarkable true story of `Big Red,' one of America's finest racehorses. When her beloved Meadow Stables is faced with closure following her father's illness, housewife and mother Penny Chenery agrees to take over. Despite her lack of horse-racing knowledge she calls in assistance from trainer Lucien Laurin and a host of successful jockeys. Pitted against the Phipps' racing dynasty, Penny takes the decision to breed her mare Somethingroyal to the Phipps' Bold Ruler, the nation's favourite stallion. With the toss of a coin it is agreed that one family will take Somethingroyal's first foal with the losing stable taking the colt out of Hasty Matelda and Somethingroyal's second foal. Penny loses the toss, but the wait for the unborn foal proves fortuitous when a bright red chestnut colt is born, Secretariat. Nicknamed "Big Red," with Laurin's guidance, Penny manages to navigate the male-dominated business of horse racing, ultimately fostering the first Triple Crown winner in 25 years and what may be the greatest racehorse of all time. Now, more than 30 years after its initial publication, the story of "Big Red" continues to be a classic. Secretariat is the tale of a great racehorse but also a testimony to the dedication of Penny Chenery. Following her triumph with Secretariat she was elected as the first female member of The Jockey Club, changing the face of American horse racing forever.

Form - My Autobiography (Paperback): Kieren Fallon Form - My Autobiography (Paperback)
Kieren Fallon 1
R239 R169 Discovery Miles 1 690 Save R70 (29%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

THE SPORTS BOOK AWARDS INTERNATIONAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE YEAR Kieren Fallon was one of the world's greatest jockeys, but his career was littered with controversial incidents. Now, in his powerful and honest autobiography, he tells all. 'The most eagerly anticipated racing autobiography for many years' Greg Wood, Guardian As a jockey, Kieren Fallon had a unique rapport with his horses, often coaxing them to victory when others had struggled. His skill and commitment made him a punter's favourite. His magnificent record, which saw him crowned Champion Jockey on six occasions, ensured he became one of racing's biggest stars. But that was only ever part of the story. Having come over to the UK from Ireland to make his name, Fallon's combative nature brought him to the attention of the racing authorities. When he dragged a rival jockey off his mount in 1994, he began a series of run-ins that would eventually see him on trial in the Old Bailey, accused of race fixing. Although the judge eventually ruled that there was no case to answer, the damage to his career and reputation had been done. In Form, Kieren Fallon provides a searingly honest account of his life, and the pressures he faced to get to the top of his sport, where winning was never enough, and where relaxation came in the shape of a bottle of vodka or a meal that had to be 'flipped' immediately to ensure he maintained his weight. He worked with some of the best trainers and won all the biggest races, but true happiness only ever really came to him when he was on the back of a horse - a joy that he still feels now that he has retired from racing as he rides work early in the morning. Brutally honest as well as entertaining, this is a unique sporting memoir.

Form - My Autobiography (Hardcover): Kieren Fallon Form - My Autobiography (Hardcover)
Kieren Fallon 1
R534 R364 Discovery Miles 3 640 Save R170 (32%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

THE SPORTS BOOK AWARDS INTERNATIONAL AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF THE YEAR Kieren Fallon was one of the world's greatest jockeys, but his career was littered with controversial incidents. Now, in his powerful and honest autobiography, he tells all. 'The most eagerly anticipated racing autobiography for many years' Greg Wood, Guardian As a jockey, Kieren Fallon had a unique rapport with his horses, often coaxing them to victory when others had struggled. His skill and commitment made him a punter's favourite. His magnificent record, which saw him crowned Champion Jockey on six occasions, ensured he became one of racing's biggest stars. But that was only ever part of the story. Having come over to the UK from Ireland to make his name, Fallon's combative nature brought him to the attention of the racing authorities. When he dragged a rival jockey off his mount in 1994, he began a series of run-ins that would eventually see him on trial in the Old Bailey, accused of race fixing. Although the judge eventually ruled that there was no case to answer, the damage to his career and reputation had been done. In Form, Kieren Fallon provides a searingly honest account of his life, and the pressures he faced to get to the top of his sport, where winning was never enough, and where relaxation came in the shape of a bottle of vodka or a meal that had to be 'flipped' immediately to ensure he maintained his weight. He worked with some of the best trainers and won all the biggest races, but true happiness only ever really came to him when he was on the back of a horse - a joy that he still feels now that he has retired from racing as he rides work early in the morning. Brutally honest as well as entertaining, this is a unique sporting memoir.

They're Off! Horse Racing Saratoga - Horse Racing at Saratoga (Hardcover): Edward Hotaling They're Off! Horse Racing Saratoga - Horse Racing at Saratoga (Hardcover)
Edward Hotaling
R1,042 R838 Discovery Miles 8 380 Save R204 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Here, for the first time, is the story of how America's first national resort gave birth to, then nurtured, its first national sport, introducing the country to a parade of champions and their spectacular supporting characters. To experience this adventure is to see why the Saratoga Race Course, America's oldest major sports facility remains one of its most beloved and most successful. They're Off! is as much a social history as it is sports history. Edward Hotaling opens with a little-known visit by the first famous tourist, George Washington, who tried to buy the place he called "the Saratoga Springs". Soon the pursuit of happiness at our original vacationland helped redefine America. Even at the height of the Civil War, the country's first organized sport was launched on a national scale.

I'm Champion, Call Me Bob 2018 - My Story (Paperback): Bob Champion I'm Champion, Call Me Bob 2018 - My Story (Paperback)
Bob Champion 1
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Spectacular Bid - The Last Superhorse of the Twentieth Century (Hardcover): Peter Lee Spectacular Bid - The Last Superhorse of the Twentieth Century (Hardcover)
Peter Lee
R649 R525 Discovery Miles 5 250 Save R124 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

A safety pin was all that kept Spectacular Bid from becoming the eleventh Thoroughbred to take the Triple Crown. This work examines Spectacular Bid from his humble beginnings -- he was born in a mud puddle on a horse farm in Versailles, Kentucky -- to his recognition as one of the greatest American racehorses. On the morning of the 1979 Belmont Stakes, Spectacular Bid stepped on a safety pin in his stall, injuring his foot. He had impressively won the first two races -- the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness -- but finished third in the Belmont, most likely due to his injury, making him one win shy of becoming the sport's third straight Triple Crown champion. But that loss did not prevent him from becoming one of horse racing's greatest competitors. After taking two months to recover, the battleship gray colt would go on to win 26 of 30 races during his career, with two second-place finishes and one third. He was voted the tenth greatest Thoroughbred of the twentieth century according to Blood-Horse magazine, and A Century of Champions places him ninth in the world and third among North American horses -- even ahead of the renowned Man o' War. This horse biography tells the story of the honest and not-so-glamorous colorful characters surrounding the champion -- including Bud Delp, the brash and cocky trainer who was distrustful of the Kentucky establishment, and Ron Franklin, the nineteen-year-old jockey who buckled under the stress and pressure associated with fame -- and how they witnessed firsthand the splendor and triumphs of Spectacular Bid. Including contemporary newspaper accounts of Bid's exploits and interviews with key players in his story, this is an encompassing look into the legacy of one of horse racing's true champions.

The Sport of Kings and the Kings of Crime - Horse Racing Politics and Organized Crime in New York 1865--1913 (Hardcover):... The Sport of Kings and the Kings of Crime - Horse Racing Politics and Organized Crime in New York 1865--1913 (Hardcover)
Steven A. Riess
R1,025 R821 Discovery Miles 8 210 Save R204 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Thoroughbred racing was one of the first major sports in early America. Horse racing thrived because it was a high-status sport that attracted the interest of both old and new money. It grew because spectators enjoyed the pageantry, the exciting races, and, most of all, the gambling. As the sport became a national industry, the New York metropolitan area, along with the resort towns of Saratoga Springs (New York) and Long Branch (New Jersey), remained at the center of horse racing with the most outstanding race courses, the largest purses, and the finest thoroughbreds. Riess narrates the history of horse racing, detailing how and why New York became the national capital of the sport from the mid-1860s until the early twentieth century. The sport's survival depended upon the racetrack being the nexus between politicians and organized crime. The powerful alliance between urban machine politics and track owners enabled racing in New York to flourish. Gambling, the heart of racing's appeal, made the sport morally suspect. Yet democratic politicians protected the sport, helping to establish the State Racing Commission, the first state agency to regulate sport in the United States. At the same time, racetracks became a key connection between the underworld and Tammany Hall, enabling illegal poolrooms and off-course bookies to operate. Organized crime worked in close cooperation with machine politicians and local police officers to protect these illegal operations. In The Sport of Kings and the Kings of Crime, Riess fills a long-neglected gap in sports history, offering a richly detailed and fascinating chronicle of thoroughbred racing's heyday.

Seabiscuit - The True Story of Three Men and a Racehorse (Paperback, New Ed): Laura Hillenbrand Seabiscuit - The True Story of Three Men and a Racehorse (Paperback, New Ed)
Laura Hillenbrand 3
R294 R226 Discovery Miles 2 260 Save R68 (23%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The true story of three men and their dreams for a racehorse – seabiscuit – that symbolised a pivotal moment in American history as modern America was born out of the crucible of the Depression and the dustbowl, as the twentieth centuries greatest nation found the courage to bet on itself to win against the odds.

In 1936 the habits of 19th-century America were finally consigned to history just as Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind was published. In their place, modern America was born. But what defined this new era? Nothing more than the story of Seabiscuit, a stunted colt with asymmetrical knees that had for two years been hacked around no-good race tracks which led to permanent leg damage. Yet by 1937 Seabiscuit could draw crowds of 60,000 and had more newspaper column inches devoted to him than Mussolini, Hitler or Roosevelt, his popularity peaking during his appearances at the Santa Anita Handicap. America had gone to the races for the first time since the Depression and fallen in love with a misshapen colt of great character. Now it wanted a winner. Seabiscuit is also the story of three men: Tom Smith, a former Wild West Showman was the trainer; Red Pollard, abandoned by his poverty stricken family at a race track became the rider; and Charles Howard, a pioneer car manufacturer in San Francisco in the 1920s was the owner and financier. These three combined to create the legend of Seabiscuit and epitomise a dream for the emerging new America.

Hidden History of Horse Racing in Kentucky (Paperback): Edwin, Jr. Ockerman Hidden History of Horse Racing in Kentucky (Paperback)
Edwin, Jr. Ockerman
R464 R382 Discovery Miles 3 820 Save R82 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Race Horse Men - How Slavery and Freedom Were Made at the Racetrack (Hardcover): Katherine C. Mooney Race Horse Men - How Slavery and Freedom Were Made at the Racetrack (Hardcover)
Katherine C. Mooney
R779 R708 Discovery Miles 7 080 Save R71 (9%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Race Horse Men "recaptures the vivid sights, sensations, and illusions of nineteenth-century thoroughbred racing, America's first mass spectator sport. Inviting readers into the pageantry of the racetrack, Katherine C. Mooney conveys the sport's inherent drama while also revealing the significant intersections between horse racing and another quintessential institution of the antebellum South: slavery.

A popular pastime across American society, horse racing was most closely identified with an elite class of southern owners who bred horses and bet large sums of money on these spirited animals. The central characters in this story are not privileged whites, however, but the black jockeys, grooms, and horse trainers who sometimes called themselves race horse men and who made the racetrack run. Mooney describes a world of patriarchal privilege and social prestige where blacks as well as whites could achieve status and recognition and where favored slaves endured an unusual form of bondage. For wealthy white men, the racetrack illustrated their cherished visions of a harmonious, modern society based on human slavery.

After emancipation, a number of black horsemen went on to become sports celebrities, their success a potential threat to white supremacy and a source of pride for African Americans. The rise of Jim Crow in the early twentieth century drove many horsemen from their jobs, with devastating consequences for them and their families. Mooney illuminates the role these too-often-forgotten men played in Americans' continuing struggle to define the meaning of freedom.

Encyclopedia of British Horse Racing (Paperback): Joyce Kay, Professor Wray Vamplew Encyclopedia of British Horse Racing (Paperback)
Joyce Kay, Professor Wray Vamplew
R1,323 Discovery Miles 13 230 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Encyclopedia of British Horse Racing offers an innovative approach to one of Britain's oldest sports. While it considers the traditional themes of gambling and breeding, and contains biographies of human personalities and equine stars, it also devotes significant space to neglected areas. Entries include:

  • social, economic and political forces that have influenced racing
  • controversial historical and current issues
  • legal and illegal gambling, and racing finance
  • the British impact on world horseracing
  • history and heritage of horseracing
  • links between horse racing and the arts, media and technology
  • human and equine biographies
  • venues associated with racing
  • horseracing websites


The Encyclopedia of British Horse Racing provides a unique source of information and will be of great interest to sports historians as well as all those whose work or leisure brings them into the world of racing.

Racing In Australia Guide to Season 2018/19 (Paperback): Danny Power Racing In Australia Guide to Season 2018/19 (Paperback)
Danny Power
R978 R678 Discovery Miles 6 780 Save R300 (31%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
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