[This is Gloucestershire] - IT'S A cliche often trotted out by football managers, that luck evens itself out over the course of the season, but you won't find Cirencester Town boss Brian Hughes using it. That's because Hughes has seen enough this season to say that if it wasn't
[The Press, York] - Regular rider Brian Hughes takes the mount and the combination will be hard to beat. Bellflower Boy aims for a hat-trick of wins in the catterickbridge.co.uk Handicap Hurdle. Trained by Richard Newland, the gelding is set to go up to a mark of 140 on
[Lancashire Telegraph] - The 34-year-old had remained affiliated to the Collyhurst and Moston gym in north Manchester following the retirement of veteran trainer Brian Hughes last year but has now linked up with Gallagher as he prepare to make a comeback.
[Worcester News] - I played at Cirencester for two years and their manager Brian Hughes bought me for £7000 so I wanted to do them a favour. However, my future is at Worcester. Carl Heeley and Matt Gardiner are the best people I have worked with but I want to go back in
[Gazette & Herald] - The Malton handler saddles Ingleby Spirit in the £ John Smith's Scottish County Hurdle and Brian Hughes' mount is expected to make a bold show. Ingleby Spirit, a novice, has taken well to hurdles in his first season and has won his last two races
[Market Rasen Today] - Jockey Brian Hughes looked comfortable enough as his charge here and claimed his first prize over hurdles in Rasen. He said: “His form is solid and like others in the yard its been much better for them with the weather this year than last.
[Gazette & Herald] - The North Yorkshire gelding turns out again under successful jockey Brian Hughes in the Curry & Comedy Night – Friday 17th February Novices' Chase and is fancied to come out on top of previous winners Bunclody and Tiptoeaway.