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    27 February 2024

    Nicholls enthusiastic about inexperienced chase duo for upcoming Cheltenham event

    Paul Nicholls and His Contenders for Cheltenham Festival

    Renowned trainer Paul Nicholls is gearing up for the highly anticipated Cheltenham Festival with a select group of contenders who seem to shine brightest in the novice chase division. Among them, Ginny’s Destiny and Stay Away Fay are poised as top contenders in their respective races.

    Ginny’s Destiny has been making waves, clinching victories in his last three outings over fences at Prestbury Park. Reflecting on the horse’s progress, Nicholls expressed astonishment at his remarkable improvement.

    Nicholls shared his thoughts on Ginny’s Destiny stating, “He’s probably one of the most improved horses out there. Winning consecutively at Cheltenham showcases his prowess. He excels in maintaining a steady pace throughout the race, proving himself as a formidable competitor.”

    The Rise of Ginny’s Destiny

    Nicholls continued praising Ginny’s Destiny by comparing him to past champions and highlighting his potential for further development. The trainer emphasized that jumping skills play a crucial role in Ginny’s success and noted his consistent improvement.

    Stay Away Fay – A Seasoned Competitor

    In another corner stands Stay Away Fay, boasting a previous triumph at the Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle. Despite facing defeat against seasoned rivals in the Cotswold Chase, Stay Away Fay showcased resilience and determination.

    “Stay Away Fay continues to impress,” stated Nicholls. “His victory at Sandown followed by a commendable performance at Cotswold Chase demonstrates his competitive spirit.”

    Looking ahead to Cheltenham, Nicholls acknowledged Stay Away Fay’s strength lies in endurance and highlighted how experiences like running on different tracks contribute significantly towards enhancing performance.

    Festival Prospects

    The anticipation builds as these talented contenders prepare to face fierce competition from other leading trainers such as Willie Mullins and Gordon Elliott. Nicholls remains confident about his chances with both Ginny’s Destiny and Stay Away Fay poised for success on racing’s grandest stage.”

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