Racehorse set to break record for the most runs in Britain

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  • Racehorse Dvinsky, trained by Paul Howling, is set to break the record for the most runs this evening (21 September).

    It comes a week after he finished fourth and equalled the record held by Sharp Hat.

    Dvinsky will take to the track at Wolverhampton this evening for the 218th race of his long career, which began back in 2003. It will be his 34th appearance at Wolverhampton, a track at which he has won twice before.

    The 11-year-old by Stravinsky has won 19 times earning £117,000 in prize money.

    Paul Howling has even set up a Twitter account for Dvinsky ahead of his record-breaking run.

    He tweeted this morning: “Up and about and ready for action”

    Dvinsky faces 11 rivals in the 32Red.com handicap in the 8.00 at Wolverhampton this evening.

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