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Gifford’s wait for Cheltenham Festival winner could end

First the bad news. Trainer Nick Gifford confesses to being a physical wreck. His knees creak and are short on ligaments after three operations, the legacy of being sent flying through the air.

Gifford’s wait for Cheltenham Festival winner could end

First the bad news. Trainer Nick Gifford confesses to being a physical wreck. His knees creak and are short on ligaments after three operations, the legacy of being sent flying through the air.

Best bets for Monday, February 19

Sportsmail’s racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips ahead of Monday’s meetings at Carlisle, Lingfield, and Kempton.

Best bets for Monday, February 19

Sportsmail’s racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips ahead of Monday’s meetings at Carlisle, Lingfield, and Kempton.

Racing now knows jockey Bryony Frost is a muddy marvel

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY CHIEF SPORTS WRITER OLIVER HOLT: There is something singular about Bryony Frost. Something different. Something that makes her stand out.

Racing now knows jockey Bryony Frost is a muddy marvel

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY CHIEF SPORTS WRITER OLIVER HOLT: There is something singular about Bryony Frost. Something different. Something that makes her stand out.

Venetia Williams’ Yala Enki wins Grand National Trial

Eight lined up but only three finished the marathon contest, with the complexion changing completely in the straight. The Dutchman only completed one circuit before being pulled up.

Venetia Williams’ Yala Enki wins Grand National Trial

Eight lined up but only three finished the marathon contest, with the complexion changing completely in the straight. The Dutchman only completed one circuit before being pulled up.

Waiting Patiently edges out Cue Card in Ascot Chase

The first grade one winner for Waiting Patiently’s trainer Ruth Jefferson came just over a fortnight after she took over running the family stable in Malton after the death of her father Malcolm.

Waiting Patiently edges out Cue Card in Ascot Chase

The first grade one winner for Waiting Patiently’s trainer Ruth Jefferson came just over a fortnight after she took over running the family stable in Malton after the death of her father Malcolm.