Amy Christophers was born in Cornwall. A former model and reality TV star, Amy is also a qualified football referee. She has appeared as a guest on The Rob Brydon Show on BBC2 and is now a sports presenter and reporter. She will appear in the forthcoming series of 'Married At First Sight' on Channel 4.
A sports journalist, presenter and broadcaster, Danny spends most of his time at a racecourse and has a huge knowledge of horse racing, as well as Tennis. His favourite horse is Slate House and he rarely misses a day at Wimbledon during the summer!
Jamie Hamblett rode successfully as an apprentice in Newmarket, riding in 270 races and partnering 24 winners, before turning his hand to pop music, performing as part of the successful group Union J, who found fame with the help of the TV X-Factor series.
Lizzie became the first female rider to win a Grade One race in Britain over jumps in 2015 and rode two Cheltenham Festival winners during her hugely successful career in the saddle before announcing her retirement in 2020. Lizzie has now ventured into the Bloodstock industry, and is also a regular pundit on Racing TV and talkSPORT.
Megan is the daughter of 12-time champion Jumps trainer Paul Nicholls. A graduate of Pony Racing, she rode successfully in point-to-points and achieved her first win under Rules when Gwanako landed a hunters’ chase at Wincanton in 2014.
Later in 2014, Nicholls announced she was switching her attention to the Flat and her career has gone from strength to strength since. She won the Silk Series for female jockeys in both 2017 and 2018.
An avid horse racing fan from a young age, Zoe is a freelance sports journalist and presenter who aims to attract new and younger people into the sport. She has interviewed some of the biggest names in racing and has a passion for writing, and presenting.