Named the 14th president of the National Steeplechase Association, Abbott has replaced top trainer Jonathan Sheppard.
What does NSA stand for?
NSA stands for National Steeplechase Association
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Brown, 28, has ridden 99 winners in his career and landed the National Steeplechase Association champion jockey title in 2000 and 2001, finishing just one adrift of David Bentley in last season's championship race.
Brown, aged 28, has ridden 99 winners in his career and landed the National Steeplechase Association champion jockey title in 2000 and 2001, finishing just one adrift of David Bentley in last season's championship race.
Duke Of Earl was third in the race, at three miles the longest event on the National Steeplechase Association calendar.
Starting on April 3, the National Steeplechase Association mandated use of cushioned, shock-absorbing whips.
Last year he resigned after eight years as a starter with the National Steeplechase Association and he currently spends his time training show-jumpers and hunters in Upperville Virginia.
com which gave all the entries and a link to the National Steeplechase Association, which had the history of the track at Far Hills, a map of the course and entries for the other races in which I had rides.
The elder Miller won three races on the day's card, the richest in the National Steeplechase Association calendar.