Chepstow


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Chepstow

a town in S Wales, in Monmouthshire on the River Wye: tourism, light industry. Pop.: 10 821 (2001)
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'Chepstow's combination with the Northern Group, one of the leading UK racecourse operators, will significantly enhance its commercial position, reduce its risk exposure and better enable it to take advantage of the opportunities that the possible changes in the UK horse racing industry may present.'
The 70-year- old is also chairman of Northern Racing and Chepstow Racecourse.
Looking back on his Chepstow run I was pleased with it.
A spokesman for Chepstow Racecourse said: "This would be a massive event and would prove a huge opportunity for Chepstow."
A Gwent Police spokeswoman said: "'At approximately 11.30pm on Thursday, October 19, 2017 we received a report of an alleged sexual assault within the Chepstow area.
Lee, who is based near Ludlow, has sent out 10 winners this term, but seeks her first big-race triumph with the 10-year-old, a game winner of Chepstow's feature two years ago when saddled by her father.
Shareholders of St Modwen Properties, which owns 35pc of Northern Racing, yesterday approved the plan to acquire AIM-listed Chepstow.
'It's a day-by-day thing with this horse but the great thing about Chepstow was he jumped for fun.
John Burrows, chairman of the Organising Committee for Chepstow's 950th celebrations, worked with Daymond, originally from Neath, on organising many events in the town.
CHAMPION trainer Paul Nicholls' Rocky Creek has been allotted top weight of 11-12 for the Coral Welsh Grand National at Chepstow Racecourse on Sunday, December 27.
Neil Mulholland, trainer of The Druids Nephew and The Young Master Chepstow is definitely on my mind for The Druids Nephew after the Hennessy, and there's a month between the two races.