“Soul Destroying, But We Will Bounce Back” – devastating effects of Storm Arwen on Bodmin Moorland Pony Rehabilitation Centre

Bodmin Moorland Pony Rehabilitation

“Soul Destroying, But We Will Bounce Back” – devastating effects of Storm Arwen on Bodmin Moorland Pony Rehabilitation Centre A volunteer run, hardworking charity which rehabilitates sick and abandoned ponies from Dartmoor, Exmoor and Bodmin Moorland has been dealt another crashing blow by last weekend’s Storm Arwen. The registered Charity, Bodmin Moorland Pony Rehabilitation Centre, lost two pony shelters during the storm on Friday 26th November 2021. The shelters had not long been rebuilt after storms last Christmas where reconstruction was delayed due to the impact of the Covid19 pandemic.…

Read More

Is the horse or the jockey more important when weighing up a bet?

horse and jockey racing

Is the horse or the jockey more important when weighing up a bet? While equestrian events are popular all around the UK, it is perhaps horse racing which the majority of the public follow most closely. Whether it is the flat racing season or jumps, keeping an eye on the action from courses like Fakenham or Ayr is a part of many people’s daily routine. It is not just watching the action unfold which many people love to do. Betting on the outcome of races is just as popular due…

Read More

Paralysed Jockey Freddy Tylicki suing Graham Gibbons for £6m

Paralysed Jockey Freddy Tylicki suing Graham Gibbons £6m Horses racing for illustration only

Paralysed Jockey Freddy Tylicki suing Graham Gibbons for £6m Feature image used for illustration purposes only. Paralysed Jockey Freddy Tylicki is suing Jockey Graham Gibbons for £6m in respect of his life changing injuries resulting from a collision at Kempton Park on 2016. Jockey Jim Crowley has given evidence in the High Court that Graham Gibbons’  breath smelled of alcohol in the training room on the day of Freddie Tylicki’s collision which left him partially paralysed and a permanent wheelchair user. However, when questioned, Crowley said that Gibbons did not…

Read More