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2014 Knutsford Races Point to Point meeting, Tabley House.

PUBLISHED: 13:19 03 July 2014 | UPDATED: 19:29 18 April 2016

Horses negotiate the second fence in the Skytrac Solutions Four, Five, Six and Seven-year-olds Open Maiden Race

Horses negotiate the second fence in the Skytrac Solutions Four, Five, Six and Seven-year-olds Open Maiden Race


Megan Nicholls, daughter of leading National Hunt trainer Paul Nicholls was in super form at Knutsford Races Point to Point meeting amid parkland at Tabley House.

Megan, 16, was crowned the national Novice Riders champion by winning the 2014 running of the Dodson & Horrell sponsored race. Megan rode Join Together who is owned by Mrs Wendy Fogg.

Charlie Hammond finished second riding Ferbane Man who is trained by his mother Zoe and owned by his father Mike. The Friends of Manchester Tennis & Racquets Club Novice horse race was taken in sparkling form by Executive Benefit owned by leading owner, Richard Hewitt and trained for him at the Kelsall Hill facilities by Joe O’Shea.

The VW Warrington sponsored race was won by Dr Double Act owned by Luke Holland and trained for him by Charmaine James, both from Macclesfield. The horse was excellently ridden by Ben Furnival.

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