York, Hughie Morrison and Shaneshill: have a go at our weekly quiz
Barely a day goes by without big news stories breaking, among them the seismic, controversial and downright wacky. Catch up on your week in news in our quickfire quiz.
1 Which course did Karen Bradley, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport, visit on Tuesday to campaign for the local Conservative general election candidate?
2 Which trainer won the Tattersalls Musidora Stakes at York for the third year in a row on Wednesday?
A John Gosden
B Sir Michael Stoute
C Aidan O'Brien
D Roger Varian
3 Dubai Thunder entered the Investec Derby reckoning with an impressive debut success at Newbury on Friday. How far did he win by?
A 5 lengths
B 8 lengths
C 10 lengths
D 15 lengths
4 Which legendary cricketer joined trainer Sir Michael Stoute on the Newmarket gallops this week?
A Brian Lara
B Ricky Ponting
C Michael Holding
D Viv Richards
5 Hughie Morrison was this week charged by the BHA after one of his horse's tested positive for a banned substance. How much is he offering as a reward for anyone with information as to how it happened?
6 Young jump jockey Harry Challoner quit the saddle this week, citing many reasons for his decision. How old is he?
7 Westerland, Frankel's first two-year-old runner of 2017, made his racecourse debut at Newbury on Friday. Where did he finish?
8 An employee of Hughie Morrison found themselves in trouble at York this week. What did the groom do?
A Forgot the horse's weight cloth
B Urinated in the horse's stable
C Backed a horse from another yard
D Failed to arrive at the track in time
9 On Thursday news broke of the death of dual-purpose trainer Alan Swinbank, aged 72. Swinbank enjoyed notable success around the world with stars such as Collier Hill, but in how many countries did the yard's globetrotting star win?
10 Willie Mullins won a fourth Prix la Barka at Auteuil on Saturday, with Shaneshill scoring under Ruby Walsh. What prize did Walsh receive for winning?
A An annual NetFlix subscription
B A hoverboard
C Two weeks at Disneyland Paris
D A Renault Clio
Scroll down for the answers . . .
1 C (Sedgefield)
2 A (John Gosden)
3 C (10 lengths)
4 C (Michael Holding)
5 D (£10,000)
6 C (27)
7 A (2nd)
8 B (Urinated in horse's stable)
9 D (8)
10 B (A hoverboard)