At the 2018 Cheltenham Festival, Altior was the favourite to win the Queen Mother Champion Chase race on Lades Day and he lived up to his billing by finishing ahead of Min and God’s Own in second and third respectively.
JDG Media is pleased to announce it is working with Formby-based sports clothing business Team Clothing Solutions (TCS) to deliver a full-service marketing campaign promoting a new range of cricket kit.
Even if you have all the money in the world, drive the most luxurious cars, and are known to have the most expensive fashion sense, you need someone to share these things with – everyone does!
The genre of video gaming and online slots have come a long way to becoming a leading source of enjoyment and releasing tension, so much that they have been upgraded to the status of online gaming and mobile gaming apps presently where they are vastly approachable to the masses who just download the apps and enjoy playing offline as well.
The city of Liverpool is set to benefit from a huge investment into grassroots football. The £17m investment is the biggest of its kind and will be made up £4.4 million from Liverpool City Council and £12.6 million from the FA, Premier League and Sport England.
Channel 4 has lost the television rights to broadcast some of the biggest horse racing after over three decades. On the first day of 2016 it was announced that this would be the channel’s last year broadcasting horse racing before ITV take over in 2017. The four year deal is thought to be worth around 30 million pounds to the sport.
It’s reported that Sky offered more money to take the sport off of terrestrial television, but the heads of the sport hope the sport will attract a bigger audience on ITV.
One of the most prestigious and important races in the annual calendar is, of course, the Melbourne Cup, and this year’s event from Flemington looks set to be an absolute cracker.
The 24-horse field is expected to again “stop a nation” when the action gets underway on November 3rd and one horse who is attracting more headlines than most is Red Cadeaux, who has been handed a commemorative wreath by the Victoria Racing Club ahead of his fifth run at the famous racecourse.