Colin Tizzard may have been slightly down on winners in 2019/20 but he still passed the £1million prize money barrier with his final score of 66 notching £1,216, 570.
Lostintranslation was a major contributor with victory in the Grade 1 Betfair Chase along with a third in the Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup and another stalwart Native River chipped in with his victory in the Grade 2 Denman Chase. The stable had an emerging talent over fences in the shape of Reynoldstown Chase winner Copperhead and there were several who exceed initial expectations last term.
The Venn Farm team have a host of novice hurdlers turned novice chaser this season with The Big Breakaway as exciting a prospect as you could wish for and Team Tizzard have been quietly replenishing their stocks with some likely looking sort from the point-to-point field.
All in all, there look even more exciting times ahead for Colin Tizzard and his team and his assistant Joe Tizzard kindly spoke to Tony Elves of attheraces.com about those he hopes can cover themselves in glory this season.