Paul Nicholls looks forward to 2022 Dublin Racing Festival & his planned runners Frodon & Greaneteen

Racing TV published this video item, entitled “Paul Nicholls looks forward to 2022 Dublin Racing Festival & his planned runners Frodon & Greaneteen” – below is their description.

The 12-times champion trainer told Racing TV about his hopes for his runners at the 2022 #DublinRacingFestival, Frodon in the Paddy Power Irish Gold Cup and Greaneteen in the Dublin Chase. He also talked about Pic D’Orhy, who he hopes to run at Sandown in the Scilly Isles Novice Chase this weekend.

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Paul Frank Nicholls OBE is a British National Hunt horse trainer with stables at Ditcheat, Somerset. A relatively successful jump jockey, Nicholls has become the leading National Hunt trainer of his generation, finishing the 2007–08 season with 155 winners and a record £4 million in prize money.

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