At nine years of age and having been allocated 11-03 for the 2013 Grand National, Teaforthree was one of the horses with all the right credentials to win in 2013. A classy horse who had proved himself to trainer Rebecca Curtis, he was always…
National Hunt Racing is a difficult business at the best of times and without putting too fine a point on it, even more so for the women in the industry. Successful women in horse racing can almost be counted on one hand - Jenny Pitman, Henrietta…
Nick Scholfield was brought up on the Pony scene and has being tasting success from a very young age, winning at the illustrious HOYS (Horse Of The Year Show) at just 14 years of age. In 2006, aged 16, he was champion novice rider, breaking…
Initially Champion Jockey, AP McCoy was pencilled in to partner Teaforthree in the 2014 Cheltenham Gold Cup but through various circumstances, trainer Rebecca Curtis released him from the ride so that Nicky Henderson could book him for Triolo…
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Teaforthree returned to action earlier this month at Ascot where he put in his latest preparation ahead of another shot at the Grand National in April.
Rebecca Curtis’s chaser finished second behind Restless Harry in a three mile contest…
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The analysis that generally follows the reveal of the Grand National weights can often been very in dept and accurate, but also jargon-loaded and difficult to understand if you're just a once-a-year punter who likes to have a flutter on the…
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Noel Fehily is probably counting his blessings right about now because while some jockeys may struggle to get a mount for the 2014 Crabbies Grand National, he could actually be lucky enough to have two to choose from.
The jockey who has…
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Now that the velvet curtain has been drawn back at the BHA offices, revealing the hard work of chief handicapper Phil Smith, the market for this years Grand National is starting to have more of a solid feel to it. With a little under two months…
https://grandnational.horseracing.guide/wp-content/uploads/long-run-swc-e1412942406287.jpg451800Simone Wrighthttps://grandnational.horseracing.guide/wp-content/uploads/GrandNational-Races-Logo.pngSimone Wright2014-02-18 12:08:302014-10-10 13:00:164 Grand National Favourites Who Could Rule Aintree
With the unveiling of the 2014 Crabbies Grand National weights came a massive surge in the betting markets, not least of which was for Teaforthree who has now been installed as the ante-post favourite with most of the leading UK bookmakers.…
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