For most people the only part of a racing day that they will see is the glamorous bit – the race itself.
But, the few minutes of potential glory are surrounded by hours of careful preparation and nervous anticipation.
From stable lad to owner, the task of making sure their horse is at the races, and then back from them, is a question of practice and precision.
I followed Seaside Sizzler, trained by Ralph Beckett and entered in the first race on the Wednesday of Glorious Goodwood, to see how it is done.
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