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Rupert started off his business career in Pubs aged 21, initially founding a small chain of Pubs in London before turning to the countryside where he renovated and transformed three country Inns, including the ‘popular racing pub’ The Pheasant Inn near Lambourn. Alongside the pubs Rupert has successfully run Horse Racing Syndicates for the last 10 years. After three decades in the licensed trade he has taken his love and passion for Horse Racing and turned it into his day job! The British Racing Club launched in the Autumn of 2016 and is growing into an exciting, sociable yet affordable way for people who share his passion for racing to become more involved in the sport.
Having spent far too many years of her formative life in education Georgia finished her education at a Business College in London, many certificates and plaudits later she finds herself fully immersed in The British Racing Club, managing social media, marketing, membership and much more!
Manji has over 10 years of experience in the IT field, his specialise in web application development, social media marketing, web optimization, server maintenance and IT consulting. As a lead web developer Manji’s role is not just the design of the site, but also to focus on the content management system of the website, creation of highly complex functions which will be responsive to various and different devices. Manji’s main hobbies are collecting cars and playing computer games.
Ken has been a keen race-goer for more than 30 years and is now one of the most familiar faces on the racecourse, travelling the length and breadth of the country in search of winners as arguably the nation's leading paddock expert. His writes a popular column in the Weekender every week and can be heard daily on William Hill radio, reporting the latest news and views from the heart of the action.
From his first trip to Goodwood as a boy, Stuart has always loved racing and he is now fully established as a leading tipster, writing weekly columns in the Racing & Football Outlook as well as the Racing Post Weekender. He is also a member of the Spotlights team in the Racing Post and, as if all that wasn't enough, he can regularly be seen previewing the big meetings on Turf TV in betting shops.
Ross is a freelance racing broadcaster, writer and gambler. He has been a regular presenter and pundit on William Hill TV and Radio for several years and has been betting professionally since 2011. He has a particular affinity for three year old handicaps, the fibresand surface at Southwell and underrated novice hurdlers. He has won the William Hill Naps Table several times and is a stand-up comedian and comedy writer in his spare time. He is based in Leeds.
Nigel Seeley has over 25 years of experience in the betting industry a former sports betting tipster at the Racing Post and a odds compiler for leading bookmakers Nigel is currently the betting tipster for The Sun and is renowned as one of the UK's top tipsters.