HISTORY

Thanks for taking the time to visit Sprinterstogo.

Who doesn't love sprint racing? From the greatest of modern-day history like Dayjur to the future stars of racing. I, personally, love the Nunthorpe Stakes (Group 1), which is held at York. It's open to two-year-old horses and older, so a real melting pot of talent. We've seen some great horses win this race over the years including Ajdal (1987), Dayjur (1990), Lochsong (1993), Borderlescott (2008, 2009), Mecca's Angel (2017, 2017) & most recently Alpha Delphini, trained by Bryan Smart and ridden by Graham Lee.   

Whatever you love about sprint racing we love to hear your stories and when you made the bookmakers cry with a killer bet. 

History of Sprinterstogo

This great blog was run by The Laird (Andy) who started way back in July 2010. Over the years he kept readers up to speed with sprint race tips and analysis along with a sprinkling of Cheltenham action, too. 

I would like to thank Andy for creating the blog and we will do our best to spread the name and promote Sprinterstogo far and wide. 

Who knows, he may even write a post or two. 

You will notice that Sprinterstogo has been revamped and has its own domain. Very happy to honour this blog with its perfect moniker.  

Andy was good enough to let me take Sprinterstogo off his hands. I run a good few blogs/websites and enjoyed the site so very pleased to have a part in its history.  

Who is That Man?
What's he doing changing his tie!  

My niche is two-year-old racing, so, for the most part, I will write about the area of my expertise. However, with friends like Eric Winner (who knows his sprinters) and outside contributors I'm sure we will do The Laird justice. We will regularly post detailing analysis and tips. Plus, a few archive stories remembering some of those class sprinters who even surpass the buzz of modern-day heroes.

We would love to hear your feedback so get in touch if this little blog ticks your box. 

Contact: ticktock@sprinterstogo.co.uk 




















  

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