Friday, September 14, 2012

Forget Andy Murray and Wiggo- it's Camelot's turn to shine



This piece of mine appears over at The Week/The First Post.

Neil Clark: Three-year-old colt will make Triple Crown history if he wins the St Leger on Saturday.


BRITAIN'S glorious summer of sport isn't over – get ready for another historic moment tomorrow, this time at the races, when a three-year old colt named Camelot aims to become the first horse to win the English 'Triple Crown' since 1970.

You can read the whole piece here.

UPDATE: Camelot failed to make history as he could only finish second behind the 25-1 outsider Encke.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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