Japan’s Top Jockeys Try British Food! Ft Christophe Lemaire and Takeshi Yokoyama

At The Races published this video item, entitled “Japan’s Top Jockeys Try British Food! Ft Christophe Lemaire and Takeshi Yokoyama” – below is their description.

Christophe Lemaire and Takeshi Yokoyama, two of Japan’s top jockeys, tested their knowledge of British culture, trying a variety of British food and drink.

It’s fair to say the pair were NOT fans of Marmite, but who knew Takeshi loved a strawberry trifle!

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