Karen Sargeant

Karen can usually be found glued to her computer or at the stables. Having edited several national magazines she co-founded Eclipse Magazine in 2008 after realising that many of her friends were nervous about going racing due to lack of information – what to wear, how to bet etc. She absolutely loves her job (how many people can say that?!) and is truly grateful to all supporters of and contributors to Eclipse Magazine. If you are reading this she would like to say THANK YOU! (And please spread the word about Eclipse...!!)

Karen Sargeant

WIN: Cappricoli Medi Rombi Handbag by Antonello Tedde

To kick off 2020 with a bang we have teamed up with Luxury Eco-Conscious Fashion Designer Antonello Tedde to offer Eclipse Magazine readers a fabulous competition prize! Antonello Tedde’s  interest in fashion is reinforced by a desire to preserve as well as advance ancient craft skills that are at risk of disappearing due to globalisation …

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WIN: Bubu Face Mask Selection Pack

Discover the extraordinary world of beauty with Bubu Skincare. Bubu Skincare is a serious skincare range focused on taking care of your skin using fun and innovative products; the brand passionately promotes the notion that everyone should love the skin they’re in! Created by serial skincare entrepreneur, Marianne Morrison, a trained beauty professional in her …

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Newbury’s Challow Hurdle meeting offers Cheltenham Clues

Thyme Hill laid claim to the mantle of Britain’s leading staying novice hurdler when he extended an unbeaten start to his career over obstacles with victory in the Grade 1 Betway Challow Hurdle at Newbury on Saturday. The Philip Hobbs-trained horse added to Grade 2 successes at Chepstow and Cheltenham by shaking off The Cashel Man to score …

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Sharing, Repairing, Caring and Re-wearing Fashion for the Races

Shopping for a raceday outfit can be a major part of the fun when it comes to your overall raceday experience. But spending large budgets on outfits that may only be worn once may jar with racegoers who are seeking to live more sustainable and eco-friendly lifestyles. Is it possible to be fashion conscious AND …

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Love Planet Earth: Accessories for Racegoers

For men and women, raceday accessories can be environmentally friendly as well as stylish and luxurious. From your outerwear to your inner wellbeing, there are many exciting independent designers to choose from! JEWELLERY Paper Rose Crafts Emily Banks can take recycled paper and wine corks and turn them into amazing earrings and jewellery. For example, …

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Kempton’s King George VI: Could it be a fairytale finish for Team Nicholls?

While the nation winds down for Christmas 5,500 stable staff will remain hard at work preparing for one of the busiest times in the horseracing calendar with eight fixtures taking place on Boxing Day alone. Among those hard at work is the team at 11-time Champion Trainer Paul Nicholl’s yard in Somerset who are busy …

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Thoroughbred Tales launched to tell stories of life behind the scenes

Thoroughbred Tales is a new initiative that aims to promote racing to a wider audience through the people actually working behind the scenes in the racing and breeding industry. This global social media project centres mainly around Twitter, but also features Facebook and Instagram accounts, which will be guest hosted by different industry professionals for certain periods …

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