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West Approach and Wholestone clash at Cheltenham again!

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Wholestone is 5 year old Craigsteel . She is a Craigsteel, Last Theatre IRE and King Theatre IRE. Craigsteel is a 21 year-old boy horse. Wholestone has a height of 10.9 feet. She was born on April 9, 2011. Her Trainer is Nigel Twiston-Davies of Naunton, Gloucs. She is Brown Gelding. Gelding means a castrated horse used for breeding purposes. She is owned by Simon Munir and Isaac Soude. Her breeder is Michael O’Donovan.

Wholestone took 5 Runs in the Lifetime Jump. She has three 1st. 0 2nd. And one 3rd. She has 60% win. Wholeston’s jockey is D A Jacob. 
Nigel Twiston-Davies got the Grand National and Gold Cup winner twice. He is the only trainer who had won that award more than once and the other five races at Aintree. Among his awards were the 2010 Cheltenham Festival. The Totsport Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Challenge Handicap Chase. Nigel’s achievements in the National Hunt Racing world remains. 


West Approach is a 6 year old and is a Westerner sire. Westerner is a 17 year old boy horse. Foaled on March 4, 2010. She is a Bay Gelding. Her trainer is Colin Tizzard of Milbore Port, Dorset. She is owned by John and Heather Snook. Jocky is Aidan Coleman. Her breeder is R F and S D Knipe.


Colin Tizzard had started Venn Farm Racing Ltd. It can be found at Blackmore Vale countryside. He started the company in 1998. Started with 10 horses. He trained these horses and won.. He had trained 170 including winners at Cheltenham Festival. 
West Approach took 9 Runs in the Lifetime Jump. She has two 1st. two 2nd. One 3rd. Wholestone and West Approach entered the following races. Their race was at November 11, 2016 at 2:40. It was an Overnight at Cheltenham, Neptune Investment Management Hyde Novice’s Hurdle.

During the game at the Cheltenham, Wholestone and West Approach both are in the 1st and 2nd in a beginner’s event. Wherein they were about to reprise their rivalry. One of their opponents is Peregrine Run. He ran also as at Cheltenham 2016.
Peregrine Run is 6 year old and is in good form. He always works every morning. His trainer said that his performances had been very good. He seemed to be an improving stallion. 

At Cheltenham, the winners are Peregrine Run. 2nd is Wholestone. 3rd is West. Whichever place or rank it is, it will still make the owners, trainers and jockeys to feel proud as they entered the loop till the final race.
Trainers who have passions to train and love their own horses. Other horses that they treated as their own. These trainers have been training horses for years. After successive training, they are reaping their hard work. Their horses win is their trophy. Started their farm of horses and trained horses. Carried their full strengths and skills during daily training. These are completely hard work. Their fame as good stallion trainers. This shows that it takes years to prove one’s worth.

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