A travel guide to France’s top racing centre, Chantilly, the horses run through
dreamy, serene beechwood forests. Just outside Paris,
the town otherwise known for its château and Chantilly cream,
is a utopian haven for horses, trainers and racing fans alike.Kentucky Derby - all you wanted to know.
Whether you call it “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports” or “The Run for the Roses,” on May 2, 2015, you can bet horses will be lining up for the 141st Kentucky Derby and 150,000+ will be in attendance to watch.
Amanda Duckworth presents 100’s of facts you probably didn’t know…Ryan Moore
Ryan Moore was without doubt the world’s most successful jockey in 2014, considering he won 15 Group/Grade 1 races for eight different trainers in seven countries on four continents. Still, he doesn’t have the celebrity status of the likes of Frankie Dettori or Gary Stevens. Howard Wright tells the story of the reluctant star.The talented Mr Ripley
Ripley’s race horse photography is in a league of its own. We bring you a photo special with some of the most fascinating photos we have seen.Cracking Ascot's code
Royal Ascot, dress code, top hats…
Gallop’s Ida Pyk cracks the code behind the most prestigious social event in the world.
In this issue you’ll find stuff like all you ever wanted to know about Kentucky Derby, Ripley’s fantastic photographs, Ryan Moore, Chantilly, Laghat the blind race horse and much more.