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November 2020

Updated: Jan 8, 2021

We're delighted to provide the latest news from Cross Channel Racing:

CCR Welcome Zak Crawley!

We are excited to have Zak Crawley join the club as one of our latest CCR Sports Members! At 22 years of age, Zak is one of the rising stars of English Test Cricket. He recently scored a double century against Pakistan and was awarded the 2020 PCA Young Player of the Year. Zak recently visited Danebury Racing Stables (see below) and we look forward to seeing him at future CCR events!

Zak meets CCR trainer, Robyn Brisland

Zak meets his horse, HowZak

Sally Gunnell & Jon Bigg join the club!

We are delighted to announce our two latest Sports Members! Olympic Gold medallist, Sally Gunnell remains the only woman ever to hold four major track titles concurrently (World, European, Commonwealth and Olympic). Since retiring from international athletics, she has developed new career paths as a television presenter, keynote speaker and wellbeing advocate. Sally's husband, Jon Bigg is a fellow athlete and represented England as an 800m runner in junior athletics. Jon is now a British Athletics Endurance Coach. We are delighted to have Sally and Jon on board and we look forward to their presence at future CCR events!

Martin Offiah visits Danebury

The legendary Martin Offiah paid a visit to the stables this month. We're looking forward to seeing his horse, Electric Offiah run soon! ⚡ Watch this space!

Farewell Kiss Joins the CCR Stables

Farewell Kiss is another new recruit from the October Tattersalls sales. This 3 year old filly is a proven winner and she will run over 6 or 7 furlongs in December, following her three week acclimatisation period at Danebury. We are delighted to add Farewell Kiss to the CCR squad for the winter campaign and are excited to see her run in our colours very soon!

CCR Welcomes Lua De Mel

Lua De Mel is one of our latest recruits from the November Tattersalls Sales. She has acclimatised well at Danebury and is getting back on the track this in the coming weeks at Southwell. This lightly raced 3-year old filly is a proven winner and will be running in strong handicapped sprints in December. We are delighted to have Lua De Mel join the yard and we look forward to seeing her run in CCR colours this month!

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