World Racecourses

World Racecourses

By: Cornelius Lysaght (author)Hardback

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100 major horse racing venues with detail of each one's history and heritage from BBC journalist, Cornelius Lysaght. Text is accompanied by contemporary photography and detailed diagrams created by Collins, the world-leading publisher of maps and atlases, making it an essential purchase or gift for any horse racing fan. The book features each track in regional order, starting with the famous Epsom Downs course in England then taking in renowned locations such as Churchill Downs, Royal Ascot and Flemington Racecourse, all the way up to the state-of-the-art Meydan Racecourse in Dubai. More unusual and lesser known courses are also featured including the Pardubicka in Czech Republic, St Moritz in Switzerland and Ngong in Kenya. Each course is accompanied by an array of statistics and the latest photographs from these scenic venues. It also features alphabetical and `by country' indices for ease of reference.

About Author

BBC horse racing correspondent, usually broadcasting on Radio 5 Live. Lysaght was raised in Herefordshire and educated at Eton. Initially a broadcaster with radio stations Severn Sound (Gloucester) and Southern Sound (Brighton) and telephone service Racecall, he was one of the first sports reporter heard on Radio 5. Lysaght led BBC 5 Live's racing team to a Sony Award for its acclaimed Cheltenham Festival coverage (2003). He has written for the London Evening Standard, Horse and Hound magazine, The Sunday Mirror, The Times, The Guardian, Radio Times and for the BBC.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780008284978
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 272
  • ID: 9780008284978
  • weight: 1140
  • ISBN10: 0008284970

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