The chart below may remind you of your old school timetable but this lesson of “double maths” reveals some interesting trends which could place savvy punters at the top of the class come April the 11th.
It's worth noting that trends are…
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Evan Williams was born on Aberogwrn Farm in The Vale of Glamorgan and from an early age showed a keen interest in stock keeping on the family’s dairy farm. His grandfather and his parents both rode and trained winners for Point to Points and…
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Evan Williams has one of the best Grand National records of any trainer, enviable in fact when you consider that he's managed to get one of his horses home in the Top 5 for five consecutive years.
Originally hoping to have Cappa Bleu try…
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The Peter Marsh Chase run at Haydock Park is usually contested by horses with one eye on a Grand National entry. Saturday’s renewal was no exception with 2014 National hopefuls Katenko, Merry King and Chance Du Roy following in the footstep…
Trainer Evan Williams has revealed that last year's runner-up will miss the 2014 Crabbies Grand National.
It was revealed last week that Cappa Bleu had picked up a knock and his chances of getting to the Aintree showpiece were '50-50'.
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Encouraged by Cappa Bleu's 2011 campaign, trainer Evan Williams had said that the gelding's main goal was the Grand National in April 2012 and having been given 10-10 by the handicapper he went off as one of the favourites at 16/1 and although…
The first fence is often the most difficult in the Grand National as jockeys head for it at lightening speed in bid to get out early and avoid any potential fallers and in trying to counter that strategy, the starting line has been moved forward…
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Now that State Of Play has been guaranteed a spot in the final 40 for the 2012 Grand National, Noel Fehily has been confirmed as his jockey and will be the one to guide the 12 year old in, what will hopefully be, a history making race. Having…
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