Tom Ryan: The lesson racing can learn from soccer and other sports
In his high-profile role as Director of Strategy & International Racing at the Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia, Tom Ryan was at the helm of the world’s richest race, the $20 million Saudi Cup, in February.
The perfect season: remembering Cigar’s incredible 1995
A quarter of a century always sounds like more than 25 years. Either way, it has been that long since a rangy, dark bay Thoroughbred with a white-rimmed eye ran rampant across North America, racking up a ten-for-ten record that stands alongside the greatest campaigns ever laid down by an older male.
The rights and wrongs of racing today: A view from a trainer who succeeded in a golden age
John Fellows, the son of an Australian riding and training legend, threw himself in at the deep end when he decided to try to follow in his father’s footsteps and took up a trainer’s licence in 1971. He was up against it in a golden age of French trainers.
TRC Global Rankings Insight
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