From the Sunday Express to Lingfield

I was bylined in the Sunday Express yesterday, a piece headlined “Can hard man Winstone kick football’s bullies into touch?” which I’m hoping to post a link to once they get it up on site. 

This morning has been one of catching up on industry news and completing some more sections of the book. This afternoon, I’ve been invited to Lingfield by my friend who recently bought a horse, so it’ll be an interesting insight into the world of horse racing from the perspective of an owner. Jim’s very knowledgable about the game, and it promises to be a good day out at least, hopefully topped off with a decent result for his horse Kamanja, which runs in the 5.30. I should end by saying I’m not providing any tipster services 🙂 .

#horseracing #Kamanja #SundayExpress

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