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1 Nov

For former Barbadian jockey Paul Brewster, a recent trip to Windsor racecourse was a day of real nostalgia. Attending as part of a delegation from the University Campus of Football Business (UCFB), Paul was with Events and Management students who were being introduced to the world of racing and its many career opportunities through an Explore Racing Day, organised by Careers in Racing. They couldn’t have been in better hands.

Mother’s support was key to realising my dream I first came in to contact with horses at the age of 11 through a school friend...
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23 Oct

Sharing the loyalty of a City synonymous with football success and heritage, the team at Aintree racecourse is equally aware of the difficulty of retaining success at the top level. Such is the challenge facing Grant Rowley and his colleagues that drive the Community Programme, as they strive to hold onto the crown as winners of the RCA Community & Corporate Social Responsibility Award.

As Communications Manager for Jockey Club Racecourses in the North West, am I part of a team that is lucky to work on the Grand...
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17 Oct

Jade Ransley, who works at Sir Michael Stoute’s yard recently enrolled onto the new 12- week ILM Level 2 course in Mentoring, Leadership and Team Skills at the new facilities at The Racing Centre. Here she speaks to Racing Together about her first steps into racing, her reasons for joining the course and how she has benefitted.

First steps into the world of racing As a child I was fortunate enough to have my own ponies and competed in various disciplines...
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