Man Utd legend Paul Scholes links up with Liverpool heroes Michael Owen and Steve McManaman at Chester races | The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED legend Paul Scholes has been pictured alongside Michael Owen and Steve McManaman at Chester races.

Owen, 42, is an avid horse racing fan and owns a number of horses at his Manor House Stables.


The former England striker celebrated horse Box To Box's win in the Tomahawk Steakhouse Chester Handicap, posting photos on Instagram.

He posed alongside jockey Cieren Fallon and trainer Hugo Palmer.

In the snaps were his former team-mates and BT Sport colleagues Scholes, McManaman and Owen Hargreaves.

Scholes, 47, played alongside Owen for England and during his spell at Man Utd.

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McManaman and Hargreaves also know Owen from their time in the England setup, and Liverpool and Man Utd respectively.

Owen is enjoying his summer away from football as last week he was spotted at Royal Ascot.

Meanwhile his daughter Gemma has risen to fame as one of the contestants on this year's Love Island.

Gemma has previously attended horse racing events with her father and she is another member of the family with a love for the races.

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She has even competed in dressage events claiming to be an international star.

But The Sun exclusively revealed that she has only won three competitions in the last seven years.

In the villa Gemma shocked ITV2 viewers recently when she admitted that she would "lick" a horses bum for £2,000 because it was "clean".

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