Summer / 2016

[dropcap]I[/dropcap]n our summer 2016 issue, we have a 14 page portrait of superstar Jockey Victor Espinoza – winner of the 2015 US Triple Crown and the 2016 Dubai World Cup. With photos you have never seen before. We follow up with the story about California Chrome’s exercise rider – Dihigi Gladney – the man with the golden smile.

Add to that the history of Del Mar racecourse, Ribot, Australias new superhorse Winx and a lesson on how to make horse portraits for a Queen.

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  • The Espinoza Revolution

    14 page portrait of superstar Jockey Victor Espinoza – winner of the 2015 US Triple Crown and the 2016 Dubai World Cup. Hobert&Krupa gets under his skin and show some of the most unique jockey photos we have seen.

    The man with the golden smile

    California Chrome’s exercise rider – Dihigi Gladney – is often refered to as the man with the golden smile.
    Hobert&Krupa caught up with him in Dubai and tells a story of a man of a trade from which stories are rarely told.

    Where the turf meets the surf

    Jörgen Nilsson gives us the fascinating history of Del Mar racecourse in the south of California. A racecourse created in the heydays of Hollowood by some of the biggest stars of the time.

    Come rail come shine

    Rails – all over every race course in the world. But there’s a story behind them. We tell it.

    Australias new winning machine

    Her name is Winx – and she is Australias new winning machine. By Shane McNally (text) and Sharon Lee Chapman (photo).

    Ribot: Flight of Fancy

    Amanda Duckworth met with Dr Edward Fallon and learned about Ribots adventures as an early globetrotter (or should that be globe-galloper?).