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Stunning shots from Edward Whitaker's A Year In The Frame

January: Naughty boys - I loved this pair's sense of freedom as if celebrating the fun of galloping without a jockey on a damp day at Chepstow
January: Naughty boys - I loved this pair's sense of freedom as if celebrating the fun of galloping without a jockey on a damp day at Chepstow
February: Super blue blood moon - the night of January 31/February 1, saw the rising and setting of the 'Super Blue Blood Moon' which only happens every 150 years. Best of all was it was a clear night, so at 6am I was on the gallops at Lambourn
February: Super blue blood moon - the night of January 31/February 1, saw the rising and setting of the 'Super Blue Blood Moon' which only happens every 150 years. Best of all was it was a clear night, so at 6am I was on the gallops at Lambourn
March: On the attack - the runners for the Coral Cup drill away from the stands which could only be those of the Cheltenham Festival. A circuit to go and everything to play for
March: On the attack - the runners for the Coral Cup drill away from the stands which could only be those of the Cheltenham Festival. A circuit to go and everything to play for
April: We are quite amused - the Queen pulls a face on her annual spring visit to the Greenham meeting at Newbury. It always amazes me how relaxed she is at the races
April: We are quite amused - the Queen pulls a face on her annual spring visit to the Greenham meeting at Newbury. It always amazes me how relaxed she is at the races
May: Stage fright - the two-year-old colt Cunco was the first son of Frankel to appear on the racetrack. He duly won but not before these alarms in the saddling box at Newbury
May: Stage fright - the two-year-old colt Cunco was the first son of Frankel to appear on the racetrack. He duly won but not before these alarms in the saddling box at Newbury
June: The royal procession - this remains the most historically colourful image in the whole racing firmament. That the Queen still heads an 18-horse, four-coach parade on each of the five days of Royal Ascot never ceases to amaze me
June: The royal procession - this remains the most historically colourful image in the whole racing firmament. That the Queen still heads an 18-horse, four-coach parade on each of the five days of Royal Ascot never ceases to amaze me
July: Wash down for New Approach - stallion men Ken Crozier (left) and Darren Palmer get doused as stallion New Approach shakes himself at Dalham Hall. New Approach won the 2008 Derby and ten years later his son Masar was to do the same
July: Wash down for New Approach - stallion men Ken Crozier (left) and Darren Palmer get doused as stallion New Approach shakes himself at Dalham Hall. New Approach won the 2008 Derby and ten years later his son Masar was to do the same
August: Wash down for New Approach - stallion men Ken Crozier (left) and Darren Palmer get doused as stallion New Approach shakes himself at Dalham Hall. New Approach won the 2008 Derby and ten years later his son Masar was to do the same
August: Wash down for New Approach - stallion men Ken Crozier (left) and Darren Palmer get doused as stallion New Approach shakes himself at Dalham Hall. New Approach won the 2008 Derby and ten years later his son Masar was to do the same
September: Henry?s last September - Henry Cecil was to die next June but in September 2012 he was still supervising a string that included Frankel. That?s what he lived for
September: Henry?s last September - Henry Cecil was to die next June but in September 2012 he was still supervising a string that included Frankel. That?s what he lived for
October: History and histrionics - the grey filly Minamya rears leaving the stalls for the Prix Chaudenay at Chantilly. In the background are Les Grandes Ecuries - the stables built because the Prince de Conde thought he would be reincarnated as a horse
October: History and histrionics - the grey filly Minamya rears leaving the stalls for the Prix Chaudenay at Chantilly. In the background are Les Grandes Ecuries - the stables built because the Prince de Conde thought he would be reincarnated as a horse
November: From the roof - the Breeders? Cup Mile start at Santa Anita. The elevation makes the picture. They are 50 yards from the start, the colours are rich against the sand of the track and the winner is to be Tamarkuz, nearest to us in the blue silks
November: From the roof - the Breeders? Cup Mile start at Santa Anita. The elevation makes the picture. They are 50 yards from the start, the colours are rich against the sand of the track and the winner is to be Tamarkuz, nearest to us in the blue silks
December: In the deep midwinter - Fergal O?Brien?s first lot return to their stables at Naunton in Gloucestershire. It was minus seven as I lay in the snow to get pictures on the gallops and nearly froze
December: In the deep midwinter - Fergal O?Brien?s first lot return to their stables at Naunton in Gloucestershire. It was minus seven as I lay in the snow to get pictures on the gallops and nearly froze
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