A CHELTENHAM Festival-winning trainer who won races with a horse owned by magician Paul Daniels has sadly died aged 62. Tim Etherington won the Cathcart Chase with 14-1 Repeat The Dose at the 1992 Festival.
He also won three races with King Rat, a sprinter owned by the late BBC presenter and 'pillar' of Saturday night TV who passed away in 2016.
Etherington, who raced out of Wold House Stables in Malton, Yorkshire, almost won the biggest race of all through his association with chaser Rough Quest.
He trained the horse for three seasons before he moved to Terry Casey. Rough Quest won the Aintree feature in 1996 at 7-1 under jockey and ITV Racing star Mick Fitzgerald, with Casey netting more than £140,000.Read more on thesun.co.uk