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Quito team pondering next big target

Quito de La Roque, not unfancied by some shrewd judges to potentially be bidding for top honours in the Cheltenham Gold Cup in March, is reported fit and well after a highly satisfactory seasonal reappearance at Down Royal earlier in the month when finishing a close third to Kauto Stone, writes Elliot Slater. Trained by […]

Jefferson mulling tribulation Hennessy option

North Yorkshire-based trainer Malcolm Jefferson, who enjoyed such an outstanding 2011/12 National Hunt campaign, has already made a good start to this term and is considering sending his classy Cape Tribulation down to Newbury on December 1 for a crack at the Grade 3 Hennessy Gold Handicap Chase, writes Elliot Slater. The tremendously versatile eight-year-old […]

Hurricane being Primed to Fly at Fairyhouse

The high-class Hurricane Fly, winner of eight of his last nine outings at the highest level, could well return to the fray this season at Fairyhouse in the Grade 1 Bar One Racing Hatton’s Grace Hurdle at the Irish track on December 2, writes the latest horse racing news. The outstanding son of Montjeu met […]

Theatre Team Working Towards King George Return

Nicky Henderson’s classy chaser, Riverside Theatre, could well have his first outing of the current campaign in the Grade 1 King George VI Chase at Kempton Park on Boxing Day, connections being fully aware that last year’s Cheltenham Festival winner goes particularly well first time out, writes Elliot Slater. The gelded son of King’s Theatre […]

Kauto Stone emerges as King George VI Chase Contender

As one Kauto rode off into the sunset to a well-earned retirement, another emerged onto the Grade 1 scene at Down Royal in the shape of Kauto Stone, who put up a fine performance to win the Chase by a length from local horse First Lieutenant, writes Elliot Slater. The absence of the legendary […]

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