In the first of our Jargon Buster series, Luke Harvey and the lovely Cecil team up to explain the grackle noseband:
In the second of our
Luke Harvey explains cheekpieces, also known as the French blinker, with a little assistance (in the end) from Soldier's Tale.
In the latest in our
Luke Harvey shows us how to properly saddle a horse – and he didn't get bitten this time!
Luke Harvey explains why some horses run with a sheepskin noseband:
Our man Jason Weaver explains the rubber bridle and how it can help a horse.
Jason Weaver explains the variety of uses for a rubber bridle.
Matt Chapman talks Lucy Verasamy through some of the jargon used in the betting ring:
Some of those terms you spot in a racecard are not entirely easy to decipher, and Richard Hoiles is best man to go to for the answers.
Ever wondered what interference is? Wonder no more!
Richard Hoiles with some important information on what all those numbers and letters mean
Luke Harvey explains the difference between a horse's near fore, off fore, near hind and off hind
Leading rider Fran Berry delivers a jockey masterclass on the importance of nutrition.
Leading rider Fran Berry delivers a jockey masterclass on the importance of the lower body.
Leading rider Fran Berry delivers a jockey masterclass on the importance of the upper body.