steeplechasing


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steeplechasing

[ˈstiːplˌtʃeɪsɪŋ] Ndeporte m de las carreras de obstáculos
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Written by our foremost Grand National historian, this booklet is a fascinating combination of monograph and statistical analysis, and will please anyone interested in the early history of steeplechasing.
'Tom suggested that I took up steeplechasing and taught me to hurdle.
A chestnut horse which has never completed a race has been branded 'a disgrace', but his Welsh owner is convinced she has a future in point to point competitions.The point of point-to-point:Point-to-point racing is steeplechasing for amateurs.
Tom Coleman ignored this criticism and organised races on a regular basis with such success that in 1830 he introduced the first St Albans Grand Steeplechase and for his efforts has been acknowledged as the father of English steeplechasing.
After a three-year break from steeplechasing, Chris Sampson is once again showing the event is no barrier when it comes to winning medals.
Steeplechasing brings a very important and different product to the thoroughbred experience.
"At Loughborough the Frost twins have been steeplechasing for two years now so after the cross-country season finished George suggested that I should join them.
"I've been fortunate enough to do most things an American jockey would hope to do and I'd never forgive myself if I didn't come to the Mecca of steeplechasing and give it a try," Brown says.