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'I could be riding at Newbury and three hours later making everyone steaks'

Gavin Ashton (right) has talents in the saddle to match his culinary skills
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I didn't leave Roundhill to have 20 horses. I left to have 150. That's not going to happen in two days, but I'll work my a*** off to get there
New Chantilly trainer Tim Donworth sets out his ambitions

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One minute I could be riding at Newbury and three hours later making everyone steaks. It's a bit different but I love it
Apprentice jockey and chef Gavin Ashton speaks about his daily routine

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I'm not the type of person to brag, but she can be. I might do it now and then though to keep on top
Megan Wingrove jokes about sibling rivalry after denying sister Jodie in an unusual finish at Salisbury

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It was a non-event at Cheltenham last time so it'll have to be more competitive and more difficult. I'm glad I'm not a trainer, I'd have struggled to cope
Sir Anthony McCoy is hoping for an evenly balanced Cheltenham Festival between Britain and Ireland in 2022 after Irish dominance this year

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I have to re-learn how to do everything. I'm making progress but I feel like such a twit when I'm struggling with a head collar. I've been doing it all my life but I get my fingers in a tangle
Harriet Bethell is rebuilding her life two years after a serious head injury and will attempt to raise £25,000 for the Injured Jockeys Fund by walking Pontefract racecourse in October

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We're not a second division team but we're taking on Manchester City who have more stars in their squad than we have at the moment
Nicky Henderson believes British yards are up against it when they take on the top Irish jumpers

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He's the horse of a lifetime. He touched the hearts of everyone involved with him. He's been one of the family here. In Flat racing you don't get too many who sit in the yard for as long as they do in a jumps stable
An emotional Charlie Hills pays tribute to Battaash after he left his yard for the final time

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I think he didn't know which way to go and thought he would just plough on. He just ploughed on the wrong way
Emma Lavelle recalls See The World's comical victory at Wincanton in 2015

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More from the Quotes of the Week series:

'You know they're cowards hiding behind a keyboard and lost £2.50 on a horse'

'I've had wonderful owners all through my career, but they're dropping away'

'I was okay until about 1.30 – maybe it was too many glasses of red wine'

'We were hurtling down the M11 on the way home when he overtook a police car'

'A friend of mine told me to lighten up. He said that wasn't me on the telly'

'Hopefully in 20 or 30 years somebody might want to look like David Egan'

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I think he didn't know which way to go and thought he would just plough on. He just ploughed on the wrong way
E.W. Terms