[The Business Desk (registration)] - By Chris Barry - Editor, North West ENTREPRENEUR and financier Richard Hughes has returned to the deals trail with the acquisition of the assets of jewellery group Abbeycrest in a pre-pack administration. Mr Hughes, managing director of
[Racing Post] - By Lee Mottershead 1:30PM 20 JAN RICHARD HUGHES has had the month-long ban he received for elbowing a fellow rider revoked by the Royal Western India Turf Club, clearing him to ride in the country's Oaks on Sunday and Derby two weeks later.
[Racing Post] - Richard Hughes's mount Hills And Stars (Vinayak Gaikwad) and Pronto Pronto (Imtiaz Sait/YS Srinath) are likely to be In The Spotlight's main dangers according to Dwyer, who said: "She's beaten the colts already and won three Classics.
[Racing Post] - Richard Hughes's mount, Hills And Stars, was well-beaten in seventh, while Field Marshal - on whom Dwyer won the Bangalore Guineas - finished third under David Allan. Got a smartphone? Check out our new mobile web app - featuring cards, results
[Sunday Sun] - Centre Richard Hughes added Macclesfield's third try in first-half injury time, and Winney's conversion gave them a interval lead. Relentless pressure brought a try for Tynedale lock Graeme Dunn on 49 minutes, and Tynedale were over again on the
[Mirror.co.uk] - Ascot's dress code, Richard Hughes' escape from a one-month ban in India, the traffic warden who, horror of horrors, went into a William Hill shop to place a bet. A check through this afternoon's live races, an interview with Haydock's clerk of the
[Bradford Telegraph and Argus] - However, head teacher Richard Hughes said: “We extend our high standards in uniform to general appearance and take time to reinforce this with our students. “Our expectations are communicated in the prospectus, in letters to parents and, if required
[The Guardian] - Richard Hughes will be free to ride in both the Indian Oaks on Sunday and the Indian Derby in a fortnight's time after he won his appeal against a one-month riding ban for allegedly elbowing an opponent during a race. Hughes, one of the most popular
[Gazette & Herald] for his handling of Art History at Pontefract in September, Tom Queally for his spectacular all-the-way win on superstar Frankel in the Guineas at Newmarket, and Richard Hughes for his smooth-as-you-like victory aboard Dubawi Gold at Goodwood
[South Yorkshire Times] - Winter, 18, stands accused of robbing a mobile phone and cash worth £140 from Richard Hughes on October 29. The teenager, who lives in Lancaster Avenue, Kirk Sandall, stood in court alongside co-accused Ashley Hirst, 19, of Athelstane Crescent
[Hunts Post] - Picture: Richard Hughes. Staff and fans descended on the ground to help keep the fires burning – but just 20 minutes before kick off the referee was made aware of a 'rubbed' area of pitch and, after much deliberation with his fellow officials and those
[The Star] - A co-defendant, Ashley Hirst, aged 19, of Athelstane Crescent, Edenthorpe, will face trial in May on a joint charge of robbing Richard Hughes of a mobile phone and cash worth £140 last October. Both defendants were granted conditional bail with a night
[Portsmouth News] - Marc Wilson, Tommy Smith, James Hurst were all sold, while Michael Brown, Richard Hughes and Hayden Mullins were also among those hawked around in a last-minute dash for cash. Then there was David Nugent, who took the thoroughly-modern approach of