Horse Racing – A Look At The “Rivals Stars” TV Show
The hugely popular, long-running BBC show of the same name, Rival Stars, is a show about equestrianism. The show follows the life of a star of the show, Jamie Lewis, a sportive and successful equestrian athlete who competes in the British Touring Car Championship, as well as the Brecon Beacons course. The racing itself is competitive, as the course is often used by professional riders in a friendly rivalry with fellow riders and sides. The show features many well-known riders from the world of sports, as well as some lesser-known people who have become famous because of their participation in this sport. It is a unique take on a sport that many people don’t appreciate or understand.
In an early episode, Rival Stars features one of Jamie’s competitors, Danze. Danze is a Thoroughbred, and the show focuses on his training and racing preparations. He has become a much-favored contender against other Thoroughbreds and he and Jamie find themselves in the spotlight of the competition. They race each other within a time limit, and the result determines who wins the competition. This is where the show shines.
The show uses a time-limit system, which means that if you see someone winning, you better start to bet now, or else those closest to the winner will get it first. Danze is a bit of a risk, because he doesn’t have a lot of experience, but Jamie has a plan in place and he isn’t afraid to trust him. There are also other competitors who enter the competition to try and win for personal gains, so the show showcases them as well. Some of these people include trainer Jackie Stewart, jockey Charlie Wheaton, and trainer Paul Wilson.
The show features some excellent talent in the form of riders as well. Featured prominently in one episode were Britain’s own Prince William and his friend James Mullings. The show also includes Thoroughbred racing champions Sir Matt Monro and Sir Roger Pensmore. These two men have won the American track championship four times, which is a bit of an accomplishment for any horse racing fan. This is just another reason why the show is so popular.
In the “Rivals” episode, the stakes for the “win” against the “place” in the first place were two thousand pounds. There was also a one thousand pound entry fee. On this same episode, Pat Pritchard defeated Jody Watkin for the title of sprinting champion. Pritchard is the second highest paid horse athlete in the U.S.
The show also includes segments that feature trainer trips. Pat Pritchard had a trainer trip in Thailand while filming the show, and they stayed at a villa owned by Thai Boxing champion Ong Won Soon. Ong won the match by a stunning knockout, and the two trainer trips Pritchard took were given to Pritchard as a keepsake. This just goes to show how much the show means to horse racing fans.
The show’s producers also included a magazine. The “Rivals” magazine has been available since the show’s inception, and it is widely considered to be one of the best horse racing magazines on the market. The magazine has feature articles about all of the major races, as well as interviews with various athletes and jockeys. If you want to learn more about betting on equine races, or if you just want to read an interesting article, the “Rivals” magazine is a great place to start.
Of course, the show is not without its critics, who say that it is a commercialized version of “The Racing Notebook.” However, many racing enthusiasts seem to love the show. If you are new to equine racing, or if you are unfamiliar with the sport in general, you should take a look at the “Rivals Stars” television show. It is truly an entertaining show with some fantastic athletes. You will no doubt have fun watching these exciting horses compete. Whether you bet on the horse or the trainer, you will enjoy this entertaining program.