Welcome to race day. Today’s special Saturday print edition celebrates one of the greatest and most exciting sporting events of the year. I’m delighted to continue our wonderful relationship with Epsom Downs and Investec again at this year’s event.
Here at City A.M., we are truly passionate about the Investec Derby as well as horse-racing in general. Our readers work hard – but they also love to play hard, and that means they have a keen interest in racing, a pursuit that has always been closely followed in the City.
Today's is a special edition of our paper, focusing on today’s races. On a regular working day, City A.M.’s daily news section is made up of corporate, financial and economic stories, as well as key political and regulatory stories.
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We therefore have a particular interest in horse racing and – almost uniquely – we publish a brilliant Punter section on Fridays, as well as our daily must-read sports section.
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You can read what some of Britain’s top racing commentators think about today’s showpiece event across the site and in a special edition of the paper – but for what’s it worth I have a feeling Giovanni Canaletto and Kilimanjaro could be in with a good shout this year.
Have a wonderful day – and I hope you take the bookies out!