Sunday Times Magazine 25 April 1971 horse racing special bookies jockeys & trainers Nijinsky
THE SUNDAY TIMES magazine Contents, April 25, 1971
Mother and Son: Vivienne, the portrait photographer, talks to Francis Wyndham about her life, her work, and about Antony Beauchamp, her photographer son. Page 12
Inside Racing - an examination of flat racing today, and the people who run it; by Philip Jacobson and James Fox with photographs by Colin Jones. We should like to thank Messrs W.D. and H.O. Wills Ltd for their permission to use the cigarette cards on the cover. How to Win: rough riding - how it's done and how to beat it; drawings by Frank Bellamy. Page 22 The Man the Bookies really Fear: a million a year turnover - the hard-working life of a professional gambler; photograph by David Steen. Page 24 That's why the Lady is a Trainer: a profile of Sally Hall, the North's first - and, so far, only - woman trainer. Page 26 Nijinsky the Great: an appreciation of 1970's undisputed champion, with a painting of Nijinsky by Roger Coleman. Page 28 Portrait of the Owner as a Syndicate: the pleasures, and the economics, of owning one twenty-fourth of a winning racehorse. Page 32 The Odds against the Satchel Man: how Vic Chandler, one of the dying breed of the oncourse bookies, has survived the Betting Tax. Page 35 The Form Book: where the real power lies - from the Jockey Club to the newspaper tipsters. Page 39
The Time Traveller: on the publication of his account of the Ra voyages, a portrait of Thor Heyerdahl, adventurer extraordinary; by Peter Gillman. Page 47
Chess by C. H. O'D. Alexander; Bridge by Boris Schapiro; Mephisto Crossword. Page 52
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