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History of horse racing in England (Part 2)

The Newmarket racetrack was founded in 1636. After that time, races began taking place across the country, competing for silver bells. Racing rules have been established, and the weight of the driver is being measured and enforced.

History of horse racing in England (Part 1)

Horse racing is currently the second largest spectator sport in the UK and the largest horse racing events in the country such as Royal Ascot is considered one of the most important social events of the year,

Cheltenham Festival – An exciting sporting event

The Cheltenham Festival is one of the premier horse racing events in the world and is a perfect venue for a long trip with your friends. Few sports captured more imagination than Cheltenham, especially the last of

Melbourne Cup: The largest reward race in the world

Learn about the Melbourne Cup Australia – Australia’s largest horse racing festival in November every year with more anticipation than ever. Did you know that the Melbourne Cup is Australia’s largest horse racing festival and the tournament

History of horse races in England

The organized horse race in the United Kingdom took place during the reign of King Charles II in the 17th century, but horse races took place long before that. The earliest horse races in the United Kingdom

Palio Horse Racing Festival – A unique culture of Siena

Palio Horse Racing Day – one of the most impressive and expected festivals on the planet is held in the city of Siena – Italy. The festival began in 1644 and is held every 2 July and

3 British players were charged with betting on horse racing

Three British players are among the nine who have been charged with engaging in fraudulent betting practices, giving bribes at a British horse racing tournament called the British Horseracing Authority (BHA). According to the agency, three players:

The billion dollar horse racing industry in Ireland faces difficulties

Brexit and the trade and travel barriers that it entails are causing concern for horse traders and trainers in Ireland, where the equestrian industry is closely tied to the UK. A year after the fateful votes of

Reputation of Horse Racing in England

Horse racing began in the ancient kingdom of the Greeks. And like a number of other situations in history, this sport was passed on to the Romans, who might have found their passion for the sport. The

The average salary of a horse rider

The competitive horse racing world would be impossible without jockeys, even though they were only in the limelight for a short time, when they won a Triple Crown race. Most jockeys are not necessarily people with high