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The Irish at Cheltenham - Corry, Eoghan
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[EAN: 9780717146666], Neubuch, [PU: Gill & Macmillan Ltd Nov 2009], Product Description\\nEoghan Corry tells how Ireland helped a spa town in the Cotswolds become an accidental success story, host to what became the biggest event in jump racing, bigger than the older and higher profile Grand National in Aintree that once dwarfed it. Eoghan Corry explains how Arkle's exploits became prime-time viewing in two islands and the horse became England's first equine celebrity, regularly gracing the front pages of the tabloid newspapers. He recounts how other horses like Prince Regent, Cottage Rake--winner of three successive Gold Cups from 1948 to '50--Hatton's Grace, Flyingbolt, Captain Christy, the great Istabraq, Kicking King and War of Attrition, all helped Cheltenham win a place in the heart of English popular culture that Ascot and Epsom could never match. Would the history of racing been different if Arkle's career had not been cut short by injury, or even if the key televised race against Mill House in 1964 been held on a Thursday instead of a Saturday? Was Tom Dreaper's running of Prince Regent the major factor which shifted focus away from Aintree to Cheltenham? And who most made the legend of Cheltenham: owners like Dorothy Paget, trainers like Dreaper and Vincent O'Brien, jockeys like Pat Taaffe and Roby Walsh, or the celebrity gamblers like Barney Curley and J. P. McManus? Eoghan Corry's analysis of the race meeting and the sport shows how the Irish influence on Cheltenham has been pivotal in projecting the festival from being just another race meeting, a warm-up for the Aintree Grand National, into the most important celebration of racing horses over jumps. About the Author\\nEoghan Corry is a sports historian and one of Ireland's leading sports journalists. He story-lined the GAA Museum in Croke Park. A native of Kildare, he has been working in print and broadcast journalism for over thirty years and has been writing sports books since his early teens. He is a former sports editor of the Sunday Tribune and a former features editor of the Irish Press and Evening News. He is currently editor of Travel Extra, travel correspondent on RTE Radio's 'Today with Pat Kenny', and a columnist with the Irish Independent. His many books include The Illustrated History of the GAA (2005) and The History of Gaelic Football (2009). Original cloth with dust-jack

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: GILL & MACMILLAN, L=32mm, B=165mm, H=243mm, Gew.=628gr, Gebunden, Klappentext: The National Hunt Festival at Cheltenham in March is one of the great highlights of the British sporting calendar. It also witnesses an annual invasion of Irish punters who bring a unique colour and atmosphere to the great meeting and renew the old rivalry between England and Ireland in the friendliest and most jovial of circumstances The National Hunt Festival at Cheltenham in March is one of the great highlights of the British sporting calendar. It also witnesses an annual invasion of Irish punters who bring a unique colour and atmosphere to the great meeting and renew the old rivalry between England and Ireland in the friendliest and most jovial of circumstances

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Paperback, [PU: Gill & Macmillan Ltd], Although numerically only a tenth of the racegoers come from Ireland, in terms of the atmosphere and the perception of the occasion, the Cheltenham horse racing festival every March has acquired an unmistakeable Irish dimension. Now for the first time the amazing story of Ireland's relationship with the event is told in its own context., Horse Racing

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The National Hunt Festival at Cheltenham in March is one of the great highlights of the British sporting calendar. It also witnesses an annual invasion of Irish punters who bring a unique colour and atmosphere to the great meeting and renew the old rivalry between England and Ireland in the friendliest and most jovial of circumstances

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780717146666
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0717146669
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: GILL & MACMILLAN
Gewicht: 0,628 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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