EVANS’S luxury Berkshire home is situated just a stone’s throw from Ascot, Britain’s most exclusive racecourse. The thoroughbred horses that compete there are worth millions of pounds, and a single molehill on the 2.1 mile course could easily fell one and end its career. At weekends, Chris hunts moles across the racecourse, utilising a traditional gamekeepers technique using a windmill on a cane, a trowel and a mallet. Evans is paid a £5 cash bounty for each mole pelt he hangs on the course’s barbed wire fence. And with each acre home to around 50 of the burrowing rodents, keeping the 4,000 site molefree nets him £986,000 each year.