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Of course our team at horseracing.co.uk does not solely focus on news. We offer a wide range of topics ranging from the historical background of British horse racing to comprehensive advice on how to plan your day at the races and make it a success. Covering basic knowledge about different styles of horse racing, listings of iconic race courses in the United Kingdom, and a betting guide for first time punters; horseracing.co.uk is constantly growing and changing to accommodate your horse racing needs. If you would like to contact any of our writers, please use the Contact Us form or our email email@example.com.
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Meet The Team
Christopher "Shad" Shadforth
After completing his journalism studies at Leeds Trinity University College, Chris knew his future lay in the field of sports reporting - he also knew he could never settle for anything conventional. He spent his first three years out of university covering the most unique sporting events he could unearth as a freelance journalist; including the annual man versus horse marathon held in Wales. This strange event sparked Chris's interest in equine sports, a topic which quickly became his specialty. Chris is our man for hunting down the most outrageous, interesting and relevant news about the races, and delivering them straight to you.
A familiar face around the major tracks in the United Kingdom, Sean combines his passion for the races and his know-how on the mechanics of betting to keep you posted on the odds and outs. An experienced tipster and co-owner of more than one race horse, he is the office's go-to-guy when it comes to picking the next meeting.
Growing up a horse-crazed girl in Cumberland, Jessica was never one of the youngsters to dream of billowing manes and golden horse shoes - her ambition was to become a jockey. Alas, her genetics had different ideas and Jessica, with a height of nearly six foot, had to rethink. Her job at horseracing.co.uk is to keep you posted about the ins-and-outs of horse training and breeding, as well as the occasional prediction on the potential performances of her former colleagues.