Weather permitting, the boys and girls of Cheshire will be all dressed up and wearing their finest outfits for racing at The Roodee, Chester's distinctive racecourse.
Known in the 19th century as the 'soup-plate' racecourse, it's rare because of the shape of the course. For so long in a race, jockeys are racing around a tight circle. The Roodee has more curves than the WAGS who will be there with their footballing husbands.
I love the place. Not all jockeys do. Not all horses do. Some trainers and owners do particularly well there. But even Frankel might . . .
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