Christopher Hughes – born 22 December 1992 – is a British presenter, model, rapper, actor and television personality from Gloucestershire, England.
In 2017, he appeared on the third series of the ITV2 reality series Love Island.
From 2019, he has presented live horse racing coverage with ITV Racing.
In January 2019, Hughes took a live testicular exam on This Morning, wherein he also revealed having undergone several testicular operations since discovering a varicocele at age 14. The reason behind the live exam was to assist others by spreading cancer awareness.
Rupert “Ruby” Walsh – born 14 May 1979 – is an Irish former jockey. He is the second child, and eldest son, of former champion amateur jockey Ted Walsh and his wife Helen. Walsh is the third most prolific winner…
Mark Johnson – born 7 February 1966 – is horse racing announcer in both the United States and United Kingdom. Born in Skegness, Lincolnshire, Johnson attended King Alfred’s College in Winchester, Hampshire and London College of Printing in Elephant and…
Adele Mulrennan is a presenter of ITV’s Horse Racing coverage. Before moving to television, Adele was a jockey and she used to ride Apprentice for Dandy Nicholls. In 2008, she was the winner of the Scottish Sprint Cup.