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Nicholas 'Nick' Luck (born 29 June 1978) is an English racing broadcaster who previously presented Channel 4 Racing on Channel 4. He appeared on Racing UK at its launch in 2004 after 18 months as part of the original Racing Channel team and was a presenter on its inaugural broadcast. He has hosted all major events for the channel including the Derby, Grand National and Cheltenham Festival. He is part of the NBC Breeders Cup team and is three times Horserace Writers' & Photographers' Association Broadcaster of the Year. He is a regular contributor to the Evening Standard, Sunday Telegraph and Horse & Hound magazine. In 2017 he became the BBC Equestrian commentator taking over from Mike Tucker (equestrian), he has since covered the Olympia Horse Show, Badminton Horse Trials & Burghley Horse Trials for the BBC.
Nick Luck attended Kings College London and studied French.
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