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November 19, 2009

Despite presenting a range of variables to rival the riskiest asset class, the thoroughbred horse breeding and racing industry is an international business backed by some of the world’s wealthiest individuals and families, writes Paul Golden

Despite presenting a range of variables to rival the riskiest asset class, the thoroughbred horse breeding and racing industry is an international, multi-billion pound business backed by some of the world's wealthiest individuals and families.

November 1, 2006

Nowadays as famous for its hats as its horses, Royal Ascot, one of the world’s premiere sporting events and a who’s who of horse-racing, represents a thriving commercial success for a meeting that still retains its royal roots, says Mark Dye

Mark Dye is a freelance journalist based in London.

Nowadays as famous for its hats as its horses, Royal Ascot, one of the world's premiere sporting events and a who's who of horse-racing, represents a thriving commercial success for a meeting that still retains its royal roots, says Mark Dye

Royal Ascot is a truly international phenomenon, a colourful extravaganza that has retained its place at the top of the British social and racing calendar for nearly 300 years. Few sporting events can claim such a rich history and even fewer such commercial prominence.

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