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What does ROTW stand for?

ROTW stands for Ride of the Week (featured auto; various websites)

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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.
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.