Used Racing Books
In the Frame and Dead Cert
IN THE FRAME - Charles Todd makes a living as a painter. Someone else is making a lot more, forging paintings by masters...and selling them to people...people who usually end up dead.
Twice Shy hinges on a search for punter's gold. This book was 16 weeks a New York Times Best Seller in its hey day.
Tales of the Turf
Bill Casey has been writing about the humour and heartbreak of racing for over half a century, including a 30 year stint with the former Sydney Sun where he was Racing Editor ...
Ladies in Racing - 16th Century to the present day - HB
In 1972, racing saw a woman as Champion Jockey for the first time in history - albeit a champion after a season of races limted to her own sex - but nevertheless yet another milestone signifying women's increasing role in the so-called 'sport of kings'.