Weekly Challenge


10 points are given for each correct answer to the 20 questions given below. Maximum points available are 200.

Email your 20 answers by 9pm this evening to

No. 1 Who owned the winner of the 1986 Epsom Derby?
No. 2 Which present day racecourse is closest in distance, by road, to GRANTHAM (Guildhall Arts Centre)?
No. 3

Which former champion jockey is pictured below?

No. 4 Which two jockeys rode the first horse to win the Cambridgeshire twice?
No. 5

I have a £1 win double, the first winning at 33/1. I collected £52.13, including my stake. What was the SP of my other winner?

No. 6

Which racecourse is shown below?

No. 7 Each year I have a £1 win double on the 'Spring Double'; in which year would I have got the largest return?
No. 8

Which jockey has won the British Flat Jockeys Championship most often?

No. 9

Which Classic winning racehorse, foaled in 1983, is shown below?

No. 10 Which of the winners of the 5 Irish Classics in 1986 was the longest price?
No. 11

Who owned the horse which finished 4th in the 1935 Grand National and what were his racing colours?

No. 12 All 4 of my selections in a £1 Yankee are successful. Their prices were 9/4, 11/4, 7/2 and 9/2. What percentage of my overall return, including my stake, was from the accumulator part of the bet?
No. 13 Where was the 1943 Prix de L'Arc de Triomphe run?
No. 14

Whose Classic winning racing colours are shown below?

No. 15 Who bred the winner of the 1986 2000 Guineas?
No. 16 Who trained the first horse to win the Lincoln Handicap twice?
No. 17

The members badge shown below was issued by which present day racecourse?

No. 18 Who sired the winner of the 1986 1000 Guineas?
No. 19

Three clues to a racing personality:- ROSES, Captain Cecil Boyd-Rochfort, Born 11th January 1943

Who is the personality?

No. 20 If I had a £1 each-way, win to win, place to place (1/5th odds) 5 horse accumulator at starting price on all 5 English Classic winners in 1986, what was my total return, including stake?


When racing returns, why not support trainers by attending organised Stable Tours or Open Days? Stables boast rich histories, many associated with Classic winning horses from past generations, while some more recent stars remain in residence. One such Newmarket stable is:-