Author: Karen Sargeant

WIN A Limited Edition Silk Scarf from Omar Mansoor

Hailing from a textile family, Omar Mansoor grew up in a world surrounded by culture, architecture, art, history and design. He cultivated a vast knowledge of textiles under the watchful eyes of his elders, who were known for their taste for intricate clothing. Omar moved to London to study fashion where he learned the craft of draping and cutting fabric to create a clean, elegant and timeless silhouette. Omar merged this design philosophy with the knowledge he gained from his family’s business to cultivate his own distinctive flair, hence the Omar Mansoor aesthetic was born. Omar launched his eponymous...

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Haydock’s Sprint Cup given Earlier Slot on Saturday

Haydock Park Racecourse has announced that the G1 32Red Sprint Cup will be run as the third race on Saturday’s terrific card. The racecourse executive has decided to move the six-furlong 32Red Sprint Cup, the richest race of the season at Haydock Park with £260,000 in prize money, to 2.25pm, rather than stage the feature contest as the sixth race at 4.10pm. This is to ensure that the 32Red Sprint Cup takes place on the freshest possible ground. The going at Haydock Park is currently Good to Soft, following 19 millimetres of rain in the past two days. The...

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Harry Angel looking handy for Sprint Cup at Haydock

Trainer Clive Cox believes the best is yet to come from Harry Angel as his stable star limbers up for the latest race in the British Champions Series, the £260,000 G1 32Red Sprint Cup at Haydock Park (4.10pm) on Saturday 9th September. Harry Angel has been favourite for the six-furlong Sprint Cup at Haydock Park since capturing a top-class renewal of the G1 Darley July Cup at Newmarket on 15th July. The three-year-old smashed the six-furlong course record at Haydock Park earlier in the campaign when taking G2 Armstrong Aggregates Sandy Lane Stakes in a time of 1m 8.56s on 27th May....

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Felt Hats for Autumn Racing

Hats for Autumn Racing: Fashion for autumn racing can be tricky – with the end of the Flat season and start of the Jumps, combined with uncertain weather which may be hot one minute and raining the next, this is where a stylish felt hat can come into its own. For Flat racing and sunnier days opt for brighter colours and eye-catching styles. For Jump racing and possibly worse weather an understated but well-cut style can show real quality while keeping colours more subtle. For a last-minute invitation pack a few staples in your wardrobe – simple but stylish...

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COFFEE MORNING MARVELS

The 29th September is the Macmillan World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, a huge fundraiser for the cancer charity, so as people rush to fill their kettles up and down the country, we take a look at some classic and contemporary selections to get the coffee and tea party started… KETTLE’S BOILED BEANIES DESSERT COFFEE MINI STASH Three 50g pots of Beanies coffee: Amaretto Almond, Gingerbread and Cinder Toffee flavoured coffee, presented in a gift box in case you want to bring a little something for your coffee morning host. Price: £7.49 from Iwantoneofthose.   GRAZE’S TEA BOX Contains 24 sachets...

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