In the 1964/1965 season, Biddlecombe rode 114 winners, and followed that with 102 the next season. In 1968/1969, he rode 77 winners, which saw him tied with Bob Davies. One of his finest moments came in the 1967 Cheltenham Gold Cup, when he rode the 100-8 horse Woodland Venture to victory. In 1972 he finished second in the Grand National on Gay Trip. Between 1972 and 1974, he rode many times for Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother, a well-known supporter of horse racing. In 1974 he appeared on the television programme This is Your Life, and finally retired from competitive racing having posted more than 900 winners.
Together with his wife, held open days at their stables, with many coming to see the Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Best Mate, who was ridden to victory by Jim Culloty in 2002 and 2003. Another of their star horses, Edredon Bleu won the 2003 King George VI Chase at Kempton Park Racecourse.
In the early 1980s, Terry worked with the actor John Hurt for his role in the 1983 film Champions, the biopic of jockey Bob Champion.[better source needed] Terry was followed into the racing game by his son, from his second marriage, Robert.
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