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AL BOUM PHOTO had just the one run – at Tramore On New Year’s Day – prior to landing the 2019 Cheltenham Gold Cup and it was the same story last season. He was all out to win by a neck from Santini but whose to say he won’t complete the hat-trick after what looks sure to be a similarly light preparation.
He was over eight lengths down at the last fence but CHAMP put in a storming late run to deny Minella Indo in the RSA Chase. He has lost only one of his last nine completed starts – when runner-up in the 2018 Ballymore – and his never-say-die attitude will be an asset again this season.
CYRNAME confounded critics – me included – when storming to an impressive comeback win in the Charlie Hall. Whether he’ll stay the Gold Cup trip is another matter but the King George looks an obvious target.
Consistent Cheltenham regular DISCORAMA – third, second and third at the last three festivals – made a pleasing return to action when short-headed at Galway in October and should again rack up plenty of ten To Follow points.
EASYSLAND destroyed Tiger Roll in the Glenfarclas Chase and will be very difficult to beat if keeping to Cross Country races this term. There has been talk of a Gold Cup campaign but the antepost markets suggest that connections intend to take the easier route.
The Paul Nicholls-trained six-year-old took his chase figures to 11141 (4-5) when getting up close home to deny Moonlighter in the Haldon Gold Cup and he could prove hard to beat in the two-mile chase division. A bad blunder two out cost him any chance of victory in the Grand Annual last season and the Tingle Creek looks the obvious next step.
Kim Bailey’s seven-year-old wasn’t 100% right when runner-up to Simply The Betts on Trials Day and went one better at the festival, landing quite a punt in the novices’ handicap chase. He won well at Carlisle on his reappearance and has to be high on the shortlist for the Ryaniar Chase.
Connections of MINELLA INDO had their hearts broken by Champ at the festival but will be looking forward to a possible re-match in the Gold Cup. The seven-year-old bolted up in Grade 3 company at Wexford on his reappearance and he looks set for another good season.
ON THE SLOPES
Chris Gordon’s grey failed to see out the extended 2m4f trip at Cheltenham in January when third to subsequent festival winners Simply The Betts and Imperial Aura, and appreciated the cut back in trip when scoring at Kempton the next twice. He ran as though the race were needed when fifth to Rouge Vif at Cheltenham on his reappearance and might prove best on right-handed tracks.
This consistent seven-year-old chased home Cyrname in the Charlie Hall and may be better going the other way round. He’s yet to win left-handed but has a right-handed record of 11111131 (7-8), with the sole defeat coming over an inadequate 2m4f trip in Grade 1 company.
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