My best ride of the week, however, should be Trumpet Major, who seeks to repeat his course and distance win from earlier in the month in Goodwood's Celebration Mile next Saturday.
What does ROTW stand for?
ROTW stands for Ride of the Week (featured auto; various websites)
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- Railways of the World (game)
- Ranger of the Week (Power Geeks)
- Rats on the Westside
- Record of the Week (blog)
- Reiki on the Way (alt.healing.reiki)
- Remain on the Way (band)
- Response of the Week
- Rest Of The World
- Return of the Warlord (game)
- Rhythms of the World (UK music festival)
- Riders Of The Wind (Cookeville, TN motorcyclists)
- Riff of the Week
- Right on the Walls (printing company)
- Rim of the World
- Rock on the Web (online magazine; UK)
- Room of the Week
- Ruler of the World
- Regionalna Organizacja Turystyczna Wojewodztwa Lodzkiego (Polish: Lodz Region Tourist Organization; Poland)
- Reference Our TWX
- Rats Off to Ya (Tom Goes to the Mayor TV show)
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, the ride of the week surely belongs to his friend and colleague Tony McCoy, whose performance in getting Wichita Lineman to land a race the eight-year-old seemed reluctant to win was a truly epic performance.
Ffrench toast of Tyne Ride of the week, neigh the season, from Royston Ffrench aboard Ceka Dancer at Newcastle.
Byline: By Matt Williams Ride of the week Tom O'Brien Ungaro (Doncaster) Keith Reveley's horse hasn't been at his best this term, but the return to a flat track on decent ground brought about a return to form in the Sky Bet Chase.
Byline: By Matt Williams Ride of the week Tom Scudamore Lough Derg (Ascot) This was always going to be a tough ride for Scudamore, as he had to enforce a strong gallop over an insufficient trip while keeping something back for the finish.
Byline: By Matt Williams Ride of the week Mick Fitzgerald Royals Darling (Kempton) A lot of jockeys would have won on Royals Darling in the three-runner race at Kempton, but this ride highlighted the enthusiasm that Mick Fitzgerald still has for his job, as it takes bottle to keep asking a horse into a fence when it is probably going at full speed, and the easy option would have been to let Presenting Copper stride on unattended.
Byline: By Matt Williams Ride of the week Noel Fehily Hoh Viss (Chepstow) The combination of first-time blinkers and an inspired ride from Fehily saw the eight-year-old edge out an unfortunate Shoudawoudacouda by a head.
Byline: By Matt Williams Ride of the week Tony Dobbin Turpin Green (Haydock) Showed his class and skill to keep the Nicky Richards-trained dodgepot going to win the Edward Hanmer Memorial Chase, when it seemed the horse wouldn't have needed a second invitation to down tools.