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Nigel Twiston-Davies

Nigel Twiston-Davies was born in May 1957 and rode as an amateur for six years for trainers which included Fred Winter, Kim Bailey, Richard Head and Fred Rimell. In 1981 he moved to the Cotswolds to begin his training, and in 1982 had his first…
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Sam Twiston-Davies

Known for being the son of Champion Trainer, Nigel Twiston-Davies, it would be easy to assume that Sam Twiston-Davies career has been slightly easier than most. Of course this is far from the truth as anybody who follows racing can tell…

Sam Could Partner Tidal Bay In Grand National

Sam Twiston-Davies may not have had the best of Cheltenham Festivals considering he didn't manage to win on any of his 15 rides but what he does have is the potential opportunity to ride one of the 2014 Crabbies Grand National favourites if…

The Four Horsemen Of The Betting Slips

The Grand National is a race that not only tests the heart and courage of the horse, but also that of the jockey too. When it comes to a selection on the day the jockey on board can have quite a say in how the race pans out. RUBY WALSH The…

Sam Twiston-Davies Rides For Nicholls

When you have as many horses as trainer Paul Nicholls, occasionally you need to call in resources from further a field and that's exactly what the Champion trainer is doing this upcoming weekend. Weather pending, there are quite a few meetings…

Imperial Commander

Imperial Commander was certainly Nigel Twiston-Davies best chance at winning the 2013 Grand National, with his other three entries falling short of the mark and unlikely to get a place on the starting line. And with both the Cheltenham Gold…

Will Imperial Command The Grand National?

It has only been a couple of weeks since doubts were cast over the participation of Gold Cup winner Imperial Commander in the 2013 Grand National. When a lung infection ruled him out fo the Gold Cup the odds were not favourable but once trainer…

Sam Twiston-Davies Wallpaper

Sam Twiston-Davies partnered Hello Bud for the 2010 Grand National, finishing the race in a credible fifth place. Recently Sam and Hello Bud teamed up again for Becher Chase at Aintree in December 2012, Hello Bud rolled back the years and finished…
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Grand National Fences Get Thumbs Up

The racing world held it's breath on December 8th as the Becher Chase, run over the Grand National fences, underwent their first real test since modifications were made following the deaths of Synchronised and According To Pete in the 2012 National.…