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Cheltenham & South West Syndicate Horses to make Ownership Debut at Warwick

Press Release 12th December 2018 Cheltenham

Two of the Cheltenham & South West Syndicate horses are set to make their first appearances under the silks of the 2018 - 2020 Jockey Club Ownership Syndicate at Warwick Racecourse on Thursday 13 December

The Neil Mulholland-trained Carolines Charm has been declared for the M-Tec Consulting Group Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race over two miles, with the Kim Bailey-trained Hes No Trouble being declared to run on the same card in the ActionCoach Invest in the Best Maiden Hurdle Race at 12:50pm.

Carolines Charm, a four-year-old by Masterofthehorse has been described by trainer Neil as “an athletic horse” and was one of the highest rated Point-to-Pointers in Ireland last season. Robert Dunne has been booked to ride.

Neil said: “It is a competitive race with 14 runners, but he has been working well at home and we are hopeful for a good run. Anything he does tomorrow will tell us a lot about him and we will learn a lot for the future.”

Hes No Trouble, by Scorpion will be looking to continue the winning form of the Kim Bailey yard, Mikey Hamil takes the ride.

Kim said: “He is in great form at home and our horses are running well. We are looking forward to getting the run into him and hopeful to continue the good run of form for the yard.”

EventMasters Christmas at the Races is Warwick’s last fixture before Christmas and has a competitive seven-race card on offer. Gates open at 10:15am, with the first race off at 12:15pm. Tickets available from £15 in advance.

For more information on the Cheltenham & South West Syndicate, and how to become a Member visit Cheltenham.co.uk or email Lucy.Snell@thejockeyclub.co.uk

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