[Racing Post] - The Kempton contest was over 3m and Nicholls thinks the drop in trip suited Violin Davis, who is likely to be aimed the David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival. "She looked like she'd win at Kempton, but didn't stay," said Nicholls.
[Racing Post] - Each category winner is to be chosen by a panel comprising the Racing Post's Brough Scott, Dinah Nicholson, wife of the late David Nicholson, Ian Balding, Pat Eddery, David Redvers of Tweenhills Stud and Judith Allen of the British Horseracing
[Racing Post] - There were plenty of other movers away from the Victor Chandler Chase protagonists at Ascot with Grade 2 winner Violin Davis entering the David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle betting at (Ladbrokes). Smad Place, also successful at Ascot, was cut to 25-1
[Lexology (registration)] - The Information Commissioner, Christopher Graham, and NHS Chief Executive, Sir David Nicholson, emphasised the need to ensure good information governance during the transition period in a joint letter published in September
[The Guardian (blog)] - A decision has yet to be made, however, on whether the winner goes for the David Nicholson Mares' Hurdle again or goes for the Jewson Novice Chase. "Two years ago she was eighth to Quevega and last year we followed her up the hill to see how close we
[This is Gloucestershire] - The Duke – David Nicholson – was a stickler for how people were turned out and everyone had to be smart at all times. As this was drummed into me from an early age it has definitely rubbed off on me, which I don't think is a bad thing.
[Financial Times] - Sir David Nicholson told the Financial Times that the NHS was undergoing “a complicated and risky set of changes”, and called on David Cameron and other senior ministers to display “political leadership” by backing different ways of delivering services
[Pharma Times] - NHS chief executive Sir David Nicholson's challenge to the Service to find efficiency savings totalling £20 billion by is more important than management change, and can only be achieved by making fundamental changes in the way care is delivered
[Northampton Chronicle & Echo] - Keighley, who is based at Condicote in the Cotswolds from where the late David Nicholson once sent out a stream of top class jumping winners, added: “We plan to run two horses at Towcester with Bold Tara going in the 3m novices' hurdle, rather than the