It completed a historic treble for the Frost family, with father Jimmy winning the National in 1989 and brother Hadden winning the Pertemps in 2010.
"As long as he can have a good clear run of jumping, then that is all I can of him," said Turner.
"May be the ground will be a bit quick for him by the end of the week and it seems to be drying up all the time, but he could have chance." Turner, who has been riding since she was four, says it will be a dream to race at Cheltenham.
Tuesday 13th March - The opening day of the Festival is considered by many to be the season’s most captivating race day.
The action kicks off with the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle and the Champion Hurdle, Arkle Trophy and Mares’ Hurdle complete the set of Grade Ones on Champions Day.
The simplest approach to avoid this problem is to continue to use the Facebook app but not use the in-app browser.
ALL of the attention may be on Olympic champion Victoria Pendleton at the Cheltenham Festival tomorrow, but one Herefordshire rider hopes the spotlight will be on her.
Wednesday 14th March – The sport’s leading two milers will battle it out for victory in the Queen Mother Champion Chase on another spellbinding day of racing.
With the Neptune Novices’ Hurdle, RSA Chase and Champion Bumper also in the mix, there are Grade Ones everywhere you look and the action comes thick and fast.
Friday 16th March – Friday plays host to the sport’s most prestigious contest and we look set to be treated to a vintage renewal of the Cheltenham Gold Cup.
The likes of Denman, Kauto Star and Coneygree have won the race in recent years and a whole host of superstars will battle it out for Grade One glory on the final day of the meeting.
Lucy Turner, from Hoarwithy, is set to compete against Pendleton in the Foxhunter Steeplechase.