"The Times" racing correspondent Alan Lee has visited each and every racecourse across the country, reporting on his findings in a weekly column entitled "The Course Inspector". Published in book form, this race companion should ensure that every fan will be able to assess the pleasures, and pitfalls, associated with a visit to their favourite track with the help of a unique rating system. It features: course facilities, from the cost of a day member's badge to the best places to watch and the overall standard of catering; how to get to the venue, including parking; ease of betting and the standards of racecards; recommended pubs/restaurants/hotels in the locality; and general information on course history, website details and future race fixtures.
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Alan Lee is the racing correspondent of The Times. A critically acclaimed sports journalist, he also spent 12 years as that paper's cricket correspondent and has written books with former England captains Tony Greig, David Gower, Keith Fletcher, Bob Willis and Graham Gooch, and ex-England coach David Lloyd. Horse racing, however, is his first love.Review:
'A formidable force in the media. As a journalist, Alan Lee is supreme' Robin Marlar
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