The Portman Cup was run at Taunton on Saturday and the winner Yala Enki could well be primed for a tilt at the Grand National following what was an impressive win.
The 3m4f test was enough for the 10-year-old, but as we have seen in the past,…
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Twenty years after guiding Manchester United to a famous treble, Sir Alex Ferguson is now dreaming of Aintree glory next April with Give Me A Copper. The Paul Nicholls-trained nine-year-old was backed down from 7-1 to 5-1 for the Badger Beers…
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Up and down the country, yards are opening their doors for Owners Day and Paul Nicholls is no exception. While always interesting, it's not often that trainers talk of plans for Festivals so far in advance. However, this time Nicholls was quite…
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Have you picked who you are backing for this year’s Grand National yet? One option many of you may have overlooked is the Paul Nicholls’ trained Vicente.
Last year’s Scottish Grand National winner definitely has plenty going for it…
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It's that time of year again when the countdown to the Crabbies Grand National 2016 gets underway with the official list of entries. 126 potential runners have been given the nod this year, an increase of 28 on last years figure of 98. It's…
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Last season David Pipe told me that he thought that Rocky Creek had all the right credentials to win the Grand National. The fact that he doesn't even train him speaks volumes as to how highly regarded he is.
He is in fact trained by…
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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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Paul Nicholls, born in 1962, grew up in the village of Olveston near Bristol. From hunting and pony racing he went into full-time employment with horses at the age of 16 when he went to work at Dick Baimbridge's yard and started riding in local…
One of seven entries in 2014 from trainer Paul Nicholls, Hawkes Point didn't initially make the cut when the BHA Handicapper revealed the weights, handing him 10-06 which put him in position number 48 on the list.
Following two rounds…
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