The Blue Riband ePub download
by Derek Nicholls
- ISBN: 0340515848
- ISBN13: 978-0340515846
- ePub: 1506 kb | FB2: 1173 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Contemporary
- Publisher: Coronet Books; New edition edition (May 17, 1990)
- Pages: 720
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 900
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The Blue Riband book. This is the triumphant story of a young man's dream to train the winner of the Epsom Derby. Edward Manning gives up his job as a teacher to take over his grandfather's racing stables in Ireland. He is determined to achieve the ambition his grandfather was never able to fulfil - win the Derby.
This is the triumphant story of a young man's dream to train the winner of the Epsom Derby.
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The facts are simple. that year, the Blue Riband event, confined then and now to three-year-old thoroughbreds, was won convincingly by a horse called running rein. Only that wasn't the horse's name and he wasn't a threev1 year-old. He was four, and a lot more powerful. Foulkes's book brings to technicolour life a bygone age where the principal players were more corrupt, greater spendthrifts and larger than life than any 21st-century horse breeder, trainer or humble punter. Anyone remotely interested in racing will love this book. So, too, will those uninitiated who think Turf is what the Irish used to burn in their hearths.
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