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.
Steeplechasing a Celebration of 250 Years - HB
In 1752 two Irish fox-hunting gentlemen named Edmund Blake and Cornelius O'Callaghan made a wager to race each other on horseback.
A Fine Place to Daydream
Experience the sheer thrill and joy of National Hunt racing as an American novelist follows a select group of leading horses and their Irish trainers on their annual pilgrimage to the Cheltenham Festival.
The Master: A Personnal Portrait of Bart Cummings - HB
In the world of horse racing, Bart Cummings is the master. His astonishing tally of twelve Melbourne Cup wins arguably makes him the greatest trainer in Australia's history and, by statistical measures, as freakish as Bradman.