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 trained the 1907 Epsom Oaks winner?
No. 2 Which present day racecourse is closest in distance, by road, to SOLIHULL?
No. 3

A SUPER HEINZ involves 7 horses, but covers how many bets?

No. 4 Which is the most recent winner of the Lincoln Handicap to be returned at 7/1?
No. 5

Which horse finished 7th in the 1987 Cambridgeshire behind Balthus (50/1)?

No. 6

Who owned the 1907 Epsom Derby winner and what were his racing colours?

No. 7

Which Gold Cup winning jockey is shown below?

No. 8

Which bookmaking company was founded by Joseph Kagarlitsky?

No. 9

I have a £1 each way (each way all each way 1/5th odds a place) 4 horse accumulator at 7/1, 7/1, 7/1, 7/1 and they are all placed. What is my total return, including my stake?

No. 10

Which of the 5 English Classic winners of 1907 was the shortest priced and what was that price?

No. 11

Whose famous racing colours from the 1960s to 1990s are shown below?

No. 12 On how many occasions has the Flat Jockeys Championship been shared?
No. 13

Which present day racecourse issued the members badge shown below?

No. 14

Who sired the winner of the 1907 St Leger?

No. 15

Which racehorse is missing from the list below?

Narvik, Peaty Sandy, Corbiere, ................., Righthand Man

No. 16

Whose present day racecourse is shown below:-

No. 17

Which horse was 7th of the 8 finishers in the 1907 Grand National, and who owned it?

No. 18 Which horse is the most recent to run in 2 consecutive races at a meeting, and at what present day racecourse did it take place?
No. 19

Three clues to a racing personality:- ROSE NELLIE DAWSON, FALMOUTH HOUSE, Born 11th January 1857

Who is the personality?

No. 20 I had a £1 win Super Heinz bet on all of Frankies Ascot Magnificent 7 at SP. What was my total return, including my 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:-