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July 26, 2017

Mehmet Kurt’s hi-tech track is new breed of racehorse trainer

Forget the jockey or the owner, the next racecourse winner could be trained by a machine. A mile-long loop powered by monorail and designed by a Turkish tycoon is about...

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July 14, 2017

Lambourn’s new ‘Kurtsystem’ has the potential to revolutionise horse racing

With it's ribbed green canopy like a giant snake poking above the hedgerows on the entrance to one of racing's best known training centres, the latest edition to Lambourn's landscape...

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July 11, 2017

The future of racing? New £20m machine puts horses through their paces

Young racehorses are being put through their paces in Berkshire, but it's not jockeys who are doing the training, instead it's a machine designed by rollercoaster engineers.While the Kurtsystem may...

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February 1, 2017

Mehmet Kurt’s £40 million system set to launch in Lambourn

A racehorse owner has devised a bespoke pre-training system to help prevent injury to his runners when they move into full training.Mehmet Kurt, whose silks have been carried to success...

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January 11, 2017

Horse ‘monorail’ targets training revolution

Contractor faces once-in-a-lifetime challenge to deliver a futuristic scheme that could revolutionise UK racehorse training.Scheme: Kingwood Stud Equine Training TrackClient: Kurt Systems UKArchitect: Sutton Griffin, part of Carter JonasMain contractor:...

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October 22, 2016

Racing revolutionary’s £20m hunch

Mark Souster meets man behind the new monorail that could change the way youngracehorses are trainedRising from the earth on the edge of Lambourn is an edifice, which at first...

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