GENERAL TUFTO, the veteran racehorse who made an unprecedented 100th career appearance at Southwell a winning one just before Christmas, will be back on the Fibresand on New Year’s Day.
Drink driving is dangerous, careless and unfortunately is still a problem. Encouragingly, research has shown that more than half of people would reduce the drink driving limited to zero-tolerance.
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If your presents to loved ones are already wrapped, then at least you’re part way to concealing them, but if you’re a last-minute wrapper, you will no doubt have a number of places that you have ready to hide them.
A change of scenery appears to have revitalised the six-year-old BATTALION, who blazed home in Saturday’s feature race, the Listed Quebec Stakes at Lingfield Park, under young Willie Carson – grandson of the great champion jockey of the same name.
Everyone is aware of the campaign reminding drivers to remove valuables from view when leaving your car unattended. The risk used to be from a passer-by smashing the car window and stealing your handbag that had been left in plain view.
The joy of driving is a familiar concept, but is part of this joy taken away if you switch to an autonomous car? This perhaps represents the transition from loving to drive, to driving for convenience.
Yorkshire trainer David O’Meara had two reasons to celebrate at Wolverhampton on Saturday night. The Irishman achieved his 100th success of the year in completing a treble that took him to the top of the Trainers’ Championship.
I’m Simon Mapletoft, television’s All-Weather racing expert, and I’m delighted to have teamed up with Be Wiser, official partner of the All-Weather Championships, to share my views on the latest action in an exclusive weekly blog.
There’s been a lot of interest surrounding self-driving cars, so it was only a matter of time before the technology giant Apple got on board.
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Ignorance is not an excuse when it comes to breaking the law, especially when those laws are in place to protect both yourself and other road users whilst driving. But how many of them do you actually know?
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