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Ian Carnaby
Ian Carnaby

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Ian Carnaby was born in Southampton, England in 1948 and educated at Taunton's Grammar School and Churchill College, Cambridge (BA Hons. Cantab, Spanish and South American Studies). After a spell in the wine trade, where he conducted all the test markets on Baileys Irish Cream prior to launch and worked as European marketing manager for Croft & Co, he became a full-time sports journalist and broadcaster, working for BBC Radio, HTV West and SIS. He has written for the Sporting Life, the Racing Post and became British correspondent for the Irish Field in 1987. He has had shares in several horses and bred winning hurdler Lenny The Blade. A die-hard Southampton FC supporter, he lives with his wife Sue in Bristol and has three grown-up children.

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Enda Bolger's Josies Orders returned to Cheltenham to win for the fourth time around the Cross Country course while Tiger Roll pleased his connections in fourth
By Ian Carnaby on 16 November 2018
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Paddy Brennan took half the races on the card on the first day of the November Meeting at Cheltenham yesterday
By Ian Carnaby on 16 November 2018
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Owner Jim Old had his faith in Mark Grant repaid when the jockey survived a big scare at the second last
By Ian Carnaby on 16 November 2018
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Kim Bailey's chaser got his chasing campaign off to a perfect start with a good staying performance at Carlisle on Monday
By Ian Carnaby on 16 November 2018
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Philip Hobbs's horses suffered from a sickness in the yard for a large part of last season but War Sound's win at Aintree prolonged a good run of form through the early part of this season
By Ian Carnaby on 16 November 2018
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Donjuan Triumphant revelled on the soft ground to win the Listed Wentworth Stakes for Andrew Balding
By Ian Carnaby on 16 November 2018
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John Gosden was still the man to follow on the final day of the flat turf season at Doncaster
By Ian Carnaby on 16 November 2018
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Verdana Blue proved too strong in the Elite Hurdle at Wincanton last Saturday
By Ian Carnaby on 16 November 2018
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Bryony Frost, Paul Nicholls and Present Man made it back-to-back wins in the Badger Ales Trophy Handicap Chase at Wincanton
By Ian Carnaby on 16 November 2018
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God's Own secured a second Haldon Cold Cup at Exeter on Tuesday
By Ian Carnaby on 09 November 2018
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