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…
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…
Willie Mullins may have stolen the show by entering a whopping twelve horses into the 2012 Grand National but it's not all about quantity as Nigel Twiston-Davies will agree as he enters four of his own, any of which have just as good a chance…
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The 2012 Grand National looks set to be the last outing for stalworth Hello Bud as the veteran horse bids farewell to his racing career after the event on April 14th.
Now 14, the Nigel Twiston-Davies-trained gelding was fifth in the 2010…
The ride young Sam Twiston-Davies gave Hello Bud in the John Smith's Grand National at Aintree earlier this month rightly attracted plenty of praise from the racing fraternity. On the back of that effort, and a number of other good rides, the…
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