Racing Non Fiction
Black Caviar: The Horse That Won the Hearts of a Nation - HB
It's so remarkable, it's almost absurd. There has been a dynamic I've never understood, the way people have warmed to her. She is re-defining our lives. Part-owner Colin Madden.
History of Horseracing
Horseracing has stood the test of time as a great sporting spectacle, with the capacity to stir deep emotions in the enthusiast. It remains as popular now as it was over 400 years ago, when the first official meeting took place in Britain.
Turn Me On Guv: Tails From the Racecourse (UK) - HB
In "Turn Me On Guv", these stories frequently involve the gallows humour and hideous misfortune that daily visits those who work in racing.
Kings, Queens and Four Legged Athletes - HB
It is the Sport of Kings. And Queens. And Lords and their Ladies.