It’s March so it must be Dubai.
I see myself as a racing specialist, even an ambassador for the sport. I am equally happy working through systems and statistics as I am interviewing trainers or spending a day with Sir Ivor Racing clients at the track. The racing world is different every day, and I never stop learning – that is the key to my success.
It’s time for the final pre-Cheltenham stable tour of this year’s series and the turn of Nigel Twiston-Davies.
Who’s ‘well in’ at this year’s Cheltenham Festival? Sean Trivass has news straight from the horse’s (well, trainer’s) mouth.
Colin Tizzard is having the time of his training life this season but what does Sean Trivass make of his Cheltenham chances?
Nicky Henderson is next on Sean’s list. He’s the man that trains Arkle favourite Altior among others.
In the first of a series of pre-Cheltenham stable tours Sean Trivass reports back from the yard of Champion Trainer, Paul Nicholls.
It’s time for the second stop of Sean’s stable tour journey and today it’s the turn of Paul Nicholls.
It’s that time of year again. Here’s Sean with the first of his 2016 pre-Cheltenham stable tours.
Our roaming reporter Sean Trivass is currently in America where he’s been sniffing out the very best Breeders Cup info.
The final stop on Sean Trivass’ pre-Festival tour is the Handicap Weights Lunch. So, has he found some well-handicapped beasts? You betcha!
Sean’s stable tours conclude with a trip to see Gary Moore, trainer of the reigning Champion Chaser, Sire De Grugy.
Sean’s journey continues as he takes in the yard of Nigel Twiston-Davies, home of Champion Hurdle prospect, The New One.