NICKY HENDERSON is without doubt one of the main racehorse trainers within the nation.
Henderson has been coaching since 1978 and has received most of soar racing’s greatest prizes, together with six Champion Hurdle’s, 4 Queen Mom Champion Chase’s and two Cheltenham Gold Cup’s.
The Grand Nationwide is notably a prize the chief of Seven Barrows has but to attain.
The place does Nicky Henderson practice?
Henderson is predicated at Seven Barrows close to Lambourn, Berkshire.
He presently has greater than 150 horses in coaching on the his yard, with the Seven Barrows non-public gallops producing many historic winners prior to now.
How previous is Nicky Henderson?
Henderson is 67.
In his youthful days, Henderson was an amatuer jockey earlier than changing into Fred Winter’s assistant coach between 1974 and 1978.
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What horses has Nicky Henderson trained?
Henderson has had a number of champions come through his yard.
These include the likes of See You Then, Remittance Man, Punjabi, Binocular, Long Run, Bobs Worth and the almighty Sprinter Sacre.
More recently the likes of Might Bite, Buveur D’Air and Altior have provided Henderson with more Grade 1 wins.
What are the chances for Nicky Henderson this season?
Last season Paul Nicholls lost the trainers championship title as Henderson took the prize.
Henderson started the season with an obvious chance to reclaim his title, with several runners appearing on course to contest the big-pot championship races at the Cheltenham Festival.
Might Bite made a winning return at Sandown and, via the King George on Boxing Day, should be set to tackle the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Buveur D’air returns in December ahead of a campaign built around his Champion Hurdle defence. L’ami Serge is to be aimed at the SunBets Stayers’ Hurdle after a successful experiment up in trip towards the end of last season.
However, it’s not all plain sailing for Henderson. Altior, a big ante-post favourite for the Queen Mother Champion Chase, has had to have a minor wind operation and will miss the Tingle Creek in December.