Goodwood, is gearing up for the most exciting events season ever in 2015. Nestled amid the outstanding natural beauty of the South Downs, Goodwood’s motor sport and horseracing events provide a unique hospitality setting, just 1.5 hours drive from London.
Here are just 10 reasons why Goodwood is the ideal place to entertain in 2015…
• £1million – the total prize money on offer for the Qatar Sussex Stakes on 29 July – one of the most valuable one-mile horse races in the world.
• 30 incredible supercars, from iconic names like Ferrari, Aston Martin and Porsche and others, battling for victory in the Festival of Speed’s Michelin Supercar Run.
• £150million worth of machinery on-track during the world’s most prestigious historic motor race – the Goodwood Revival’s RAC Tourist Trophy Celebration.
• 3 cutting-edge DJs primed to spin and scratch at Three Friday Nights during June.
• 10 famous women from the worlds of fashion, entertainment and business contesting the celebrity race on Ladies’ Day during the Qatar Goodwood Festival.
• 5 current Formula 1 teams in a specially-created pitlane sitting directly below the GP Club hospitality area, in which you can expect personal visits from world champions aplenty.
• 900 priceless road and racing cars and bikes waiting to find their spaces in the paddocks of the Festival of Speed and Revival.
• £100million worth of cars, bikes and automobile routinely sold at the Festival of Speed Bonhams sale.
• 2.5 Tonnes of English strawberries will be picked for a little light refreshment.
• 15,000 bottles of champagne being chilled ready for the 2015 season.
• 26 days of event hospitality to choose from the world of motor sport & horseracing
• 1 Unique Venue – Goodwood, West Sussex.
goodwoodFor all hospitality enquiries, please contact our Hospitality team on 01243 755054 or via
Festival of Speed: 25-28 June 2015
Qatar Goodwood Festival: 28July-1 August 2015
14 other days of racing are available May to October.
Goodwood Revival: 11-13 September 2015

Cheltenham Festival 2012 Ladies’ Day

at the Telegraph

Eye catching outfits are on display at the Cheltenham Festival, as the Fashion Judges describe what it takes to make the right impression on the second day of the races.


How to Groom Your Horse

by AllSands

Despite their size horses are very delicate creatures. Their skin is very prone to diseases and funguses. In order to prevent the spread of such maladies throughout their body it is important to catch it in the beginning stages. If done properly, grooming often alleviates such maladies. The first procedure that must be followed is currying.

Currying involves a currycomb, these combs come in a variety of textures and sizes. If the horse has very thick fur and is in a summer climate, where they must shed, spiky rubber combs are usually the most appropriate. Such combs must be used in hard circular movements to remove fur. If the horse has thick fur, however is in a winter climate, long metal currycombs are needed. With such a currycomb, long brushing strokes throughout the fur are appropriate. For shorthaired horses it is important to remember to be gentle. Soft rubber bristled currycombs are needed, and should be used in soft gentle movements to remove shedding fur.

After currying a horse, a hard brush is needed. The brush should be hard enough to brush fur off of the horse, without making him flinch. Do not use a hard brush on a horses face or belly. Carefully follow the direction of the fur and brush all excess fur off. Next use a soft haired brush to smooth out the texture, also brush the face and belly with the soft brush.
After currying and brushing the horse, the mane and tail need to be carefully brushed. When brushing the tail be careful not to pull hair out, untangle knots with your fingers. Next the feet must be picked out. Pick on either side of the frog, but do not apply pressure to the frog (the frog is the soft core of the hoof.) Fly spray or other ointments may now be applied to the properly groomed horse.

bonus video: How to Groom Your Horse

Saratoga Springs Equestrian Center

by LOL Equestrian

Saratoga Springs, New York is one of the USA’s leading resort destinations and equestrian centers.  In Sarasota Springs happens to be Fanis pre-graduated school.

You will love this city!

A must visit place!