Toby Balding is one of the most successful trainers of racehorses in Britain. In 1989, he won the Grand National for the second time, with Little Polveir, and the Champion Hurdle with Beech Road. Stable stars Morley Street and Forest Sun have carried on the good work in 1990. But there is far more to Balding's life than a roll-call of famous names - not least his involvement with "British Thoroughbred Racing and Breeding", a club that has truly brought racehorse ownership within the reach of ordinary people. From childhood aspirations to present-day success at Fyfield Stables, Balding's life - full of humour and incident - is told by writer and television personality Henry Kelly, himself a knowledgeable man of the Turf.
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