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Thrilling championship races in prospect as stars feature among latest acceptors for The Festival

Press Release 12th February 2020 Cheltenham

Wednesday, 12 February, 2020 – Defending champions Al Boum Photo, Altior, Frodon, Paisley Park and Roksana headline a host of stars on course for The Festival™ presented by Magners following the latest scratchings deadline for the six non-novice G1 races, details of which are revealed today.

Al Boum Photo provided Ireland’s champion trainer Willie Mullins with a first success in the G1 Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup in 2019 and the eight-year-old heads 20 acceptors for the feature race on day four of The Festival, Friday, 13 March.

His rivals in chasing’s blue riband are set to be headed by Santini (Nicky Henderson), who comfortably accounted for Bristol de Mai (Nigel Twiston-Davies) in the G2 Paddy Power Cotswold Chase at Cheltenham on Festival Trials Day.

Delta Work (Gordon Elliott IRE) finished third in the G1 RSA Novices’ Chase at The Festival in 2019, but the seven-year-old will return to Cheltenham on the back of two G1 victories at Leopardstown this term.

The 2018 Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Native River (Colin Tizzard) will be bidding to emulate the mighty Kauto Star and become only the second horse to regain the chasing crown.

Tizzard has also left in G1 Betfair Chase winner Lostintranslation, while Kauto Star’s trainer Paul Nicholls has engaged dual Ladbrokes G1 King George VI Chase victor Clan Des Obeaux as he seeks a record-equalling fifth success in the race.

This year’s G1 Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase on day two, Wednesday, 11 March, could provide one of the most-eagerly awaited clashes of the week between Altior and Defi du Seuil, after the latter was taken out of the Ryanair Chase.

Altior, whose four wins at The Festival for Nicky Henderson include back-to-back victories in the two-mile showpiece in 2018 and 2019, returned to winning ways over his favoured distance in a G2 chase at Newbury on 8 February.

Defi du Seuil is also no stranger to the winner’s enclosure at The Festival, having taken the 2017 G1 JCB Triumph Hurdle and last year’s G1 Novices’ Chase on the Thursday, and is unbeaten in three starts for Philip Hobbs this season, including two G1 successes.

The 18 remaining contenders also include up-and-coming star Chacun Pour Soi (Willie Mullins IRE), who beat Defi Du Seuil at Punchestown in May and heads to The Festival on the back of victory in the G1 Ladbrokes Dublin Chase at Leopardstown on 1 February.

Frodon provided one of the moments of last year’s Festival when gamely taking the G1 Ryanair Chase under Bryony Frost and the Paul Nicholls-trained chaser features among 29 horses remaining in the two-mile, five-furlong contest on day three, Thursday, 12 March.

Other horses going forward include Frodon’s stable-companion Cyrname, the highest-rated chaser in Britain, as well as A Plus Tard (Henry de Bromhead IRE) and Min (Willie Mullins IRE), who have both scored at G1 level in Ireland this season.

J P McManus is seeking a fourth consecutive G1 Unibet Champion Hurdle (31 acceptors) and the legendary Irish owner is responsible for this year’s favourite Epatante, who is 3/1 with Unibet following a decisive victory in the G1 Ladbrokes Christmas Hurdle at Kempton Park in December. McManus is the most successful owner of all time in the Unibet Champion Hurdle with eight wins.

Her trainer Nicky Henderson has also left in last year’s G1 Triumph Hurdle victor Pentland Hills, G1 scorer Fusil Raffles, Call Me Lord, successful in the G2 Unibet International Hurdle at Cheltenham in December, and top mare Verdana Blue as he chases an eighth win in the feature contest on day one, Tuesday, 10 March.

Four mares have triumphed in the Unibet Champion Hurdle. In addition to Epatante and Verdana Blue, a strong female challenge this year could feature G1 Irish Champion Hurdle heroine Honeysuckle (Henry de Bromhead IRE) and 11-time G1 winner Apple’s Jade (Gordon Elliott IRE)

Honeysuckle and Apple’s Jade also feature among 27 acceptors for the other non-novice championship race on day one of the Festival, the G1 Close Brothers’ Mares Hurdle. Willie Mullins has dominated the roll of honour for the two and a half-mile contest with nine victories and eight potential challengers this year include the 2018 winner Benie des Dieux, Stormy Ireland and Laurina, an 18-length winner at The Festival two years ago. 

Roksana became only the second British-trained horse to win the G1 Close Brothers’ Mares Hurdle last year and the Dan Skelton-trained eight-year-old will be aiming to defend her crown, with Lady Buttons (Phil Kirby) also featuring highly among the home team.

Paisley Park lit up The Festival 12 months ago with an impressive display in the G1 Paddy Power Stayers’ Hurdle and Emma Lavelle’s stable star returns to The Festival in top form for another crack at the hurdling highlight on Thursday, 12 March.

Challengers to Paisley Park could include Benie des Dieux and the 2018 winner Penhill, who is also trained by Willie Mullins, with G2 Dornan Engineering Relkeel Hurdle scorer Summerville Boy (Tom George) also among 29 horses going forward.

Please click HERE for full pack containing all the latest entries

The Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup

Grade 1, £625,000 Total Prize Fund. 3.30pm, Cheltenham, Friday, March 13, 2020. Three miles, two and a half furlongs (3m 2f 70y). For 5yo+ who are allotted a rating of 130 or more by the BHA Head of Handicapping following a review of the horses entered and after taking account of races run up to and including the day prior to confirmation. Horses who are not qualified for a rating in GB, IRE or FR may also be entered & such horses may be eligible providing the Handicapper is satisfied that the horse’s racecourse performances up to and including the day prior to confirmation would merit a minimum rating of 130 (the decision of the BHA Head of Handicapping shall be final). Weights: 5yo 11st 8lb, 6yo+ 11st 10lb. Allowances: mares 7lb. Entries closed Tuesday, January 7 (31 entries), scratchings’ deadline Tuesday, February 11 (20 remain), £31,250 supplementary entry stage & six-day confirmation stage Saturday, March 7. Final 48-hour declaration stage, 10.00am, Wednesday, March 11 Maximum number of runners – 24.

Horse

Age

Owner

Trainer

Al Boum Photo (FR)

8

Mrs J Donnelly

Willie Mullins IRE

Alpha des Obeaux (FR)

10

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Bristol de Mai (FR)

9

Simon Munir & Isaac Souede

Nigel Twiston-Davies 

Chris's Dream (IRE)

8

Robcour

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Clan des Obeaux (FR)

8

Mr & Mrs P Barber, G Mason, Sir A Ferguson

Paul Nicholls 

Death Duty (IRE)

9

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Delta Work (FR)

7

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Elegant Escape (IRE)

8

J P Romans

Colin Tizzard 

Frodon (FR)

8

Paul Vogt

Paul Nicholls 

Jett (IRE)

9

G M McGrath

Jessica Harrington IRE 

Kemboy (FR)

8

Kemboy/Brett Graham/Ken Sharp Syndicate

Willie Mullins IRE

Lostintranslation (IRE)

8

Taylor & O'Dwyer

Colin Tizzard 

Monalee (IRE)

9

Barry Maloney

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Native River (IRE)

10

Brocade Racing

Colin Tizzard 

Presenting Percy

9

Philip J Reynolds

Patrick Kelly IRE 

Real Steel (FR)

7

Sullivan Bloodstock Limited

Willie Mullins IRE

Saint Calvados (FR)

7

Kate & Andrew Brooks

Harry Whittington 

Santini

8

Richard & Lizzie Kelvin-Hughes

Nicky Henderson 

Shattered Love (IRE)

9

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

The Conditional (IRE)

8

P J Cave

David Bridgwater 

20 entries remain following 11 February scratchings deadline

11 Irish-trained

THE FOLLOWING 11 HORSES HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED:

Balko des Flos (FR), Bellshill (IRE), Cepage (FR), De Rasher Counter, Discorama (FR), Kauto Riko (FR), La Bague Au Roi (FR), Mister Whitaker (IRE), Road To Respect (IRE), Sizing John, Top Ville Ben (IRE)

 

Betway Queen Mother Champion Chase

Grade 1, £400,000 Total Prize Fund. 3.30pm Cheltenham, Old Course, Wednesday, March 11, 2020. Two miles (1m 7f 199y). For 5yo+ who are allotted a rating of 130 or more by the BHA Head of Handicapping following a review of the horses entered and after taking account of races run up to and including the day prior to confirmation - horses who are not qualified for a rating in Great Britain, Ireland or France may also be entered & such horses may be eligible providing the Handicapper is satisfied that the horse’s racecourse performances up to and including the day prior to confirmation would merit a minimum rating of 130 (the decision of the BHA Head of Handicapping shall be final). Weights: 11st 10lb. Allowances: mares 7lb. Entries closed January 7 (31 entries), scratchings’ deadline February 11 (18 remain), £20,000 supplementary entry & six-day confirmation stage March 5. Final 48-hour declaration stage, 10am, March 9. Maximum number of runners - 20. 

Horse

Age

Owner

Trainer

A Plus Tard (FR)

6

Cheveley Park Stud

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Altior (IRE)

10

Patricia Pugh

Nicky Henderson 

Bun Doran (IRE)

9

Crossed Fingers Partnership

Tom George 

Castlegrace Paddy (IRE)

9

Clipper Logistics Group Ltd

Pat Fahy IRE

Chacun Pour Soi (FR)

8

Susannah Ricci

Willie Mullins IRE

Cilaos Emery (FR)

8

Luke McMahon

Willie Mullins IRE

Defi du Seuil (FR)

7

J P McManus

Philip Hobbs 

Duc des Genievres (FR)

7

Sullivan Bloodstock Limited

Willie Mullins IRE

Dynamite Dollars (FR)

7

Michael Geoghegan

Paul Nicholls 

Hardline (IRE)

8

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Hell's Kitchen

9

J P McManus

Harry Fry 

Lady Buttons

10

Jayne Sivills

Philip Kirby 

Magic Saint (FR)

6

John & Barbara Cotton

Paul Nicholls 

Min (FR)

9

Susannah Ricci

Willie Mullins IRE

Paloma Blue (IRE)

8

Chris Jones

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Politologue (FR)

9

J Hales

Paul Nicholls 

Sceau Royal (FR)

8

Simon Munir & Isaac Souede

Alan King 

Un de Sceaux (FR)

12

E O'Connell

Willie Mullins IRE

18 entries remain following 11 February scratchings deadline

9 Irish-trained

THE FOLLOWING 13 HORSES HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED:

Capeland (FR), Cyrname (FR), Diego du Charmil (FR), Douvan (FR), Footpad (FR), Fox Norton (FR), Janika (FR), Kalashnikov (IRE), Ordinary World (IRE), Ornua (IRE), Riders Onthe Storm (IRE), Simply Ned (IRE), Waiting Patiently (IRE) 

 

Ryanair Chase

Grade 1, £350,000 Total Prize Fund. 2.50pm, Cheltenham, Thursday, March 12, 2020, two miles & five furlongs (2m 4f 166y). For 5yo+ who are allotted a rating of 130 or more by the BHA Head of Handicapping following a review of the horses entered and after taking account of races run up to and including the day prior to confirmation - horses who are not qualified for a rating in Great Britain, Ireland or France may also be entered & such horses may be eligible providing the Handicapper is satisfied that the horse’s racecourse performances up to and including the day prior to confirmation would merit a minimum rating of 130 (the decision of the BHA Head of Handicapping shall be final). Weights: 5-y-o 11st 9lb, 6-y-o and upwards 11st 10lb. Allowances: mares 7lb. Entries closed January 7 (44 entries), scratchings deadline February 11 (29 remain), £17,500 supplementary entry stage and six-day confirmation stage March 6. Final 48-hour declaration stage, 10.00am, March 12. Maximum number of runners – 24.

Horse

Age

Owner

Trainer

A Plus Tard (FR)

6

Cheveley Park Stud

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Articulum (IRE)

10

Martin McDonagh/Paul Murphy/M Nixon

Terence O'Brien IRE

Aso (FR)

10

The Bellamy Partnership

Venetia Williams 

Bristol de Mai (FR)

9

Simon Munir & Isaac Souede

Nigel Twiston-Davies 

Cadmium (FR)

8

In Our Element Syndicate

Willie Mullins IRE

Cepage (FR)

8

The Bellamy Partnership

Venetia Williams 

Chacun Pour Soi (FR)

8

Susannah Ricci

Willie Mullins IRE

Chris's Dream (IRE)

8

Robcour

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Cilaos Emery (FR)

8

Luke McMahon

Willie Mullins IRE

Cyrname (FR)

8

Mrs Johnny de la Hey

Paul Nicholls 

Darasso (FR)

7

J P McManus

Joseph O'Brien IRE

Death Duty (IRE)

9

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Delta Work (FR)

7

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Duc des Genievres (FR)

7

Sullivan Bloodstock Limited

Willie Mullins IRE

Dynamite Dollars (FR)

7

Michael Geoghegan

Paul Nicholls 

Frodon (FR)

8

Paul Vogt

Paul Nicholls 

Hardline (IRE)

8

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Hell's Kitchen

9

J P McManus

Harry Fry 

Janika (FR)

7

Simon Munir & Isaac Souede

Nicky Henderson 

Kauto Riko (FR)

9

Mr and Mrs J Dale and Partners

Tom Gretton 

Min (FR)

9

Susannah Ricci

Willie Mullins IRE

Politologue (FR)

9

John Hales

Paul Nicholls 

Real Steel (FR)

7

Sullivan Bloodstock Limited

Willie Mullins IRE

Riders Onthe Storm (IRE)

7

Carl Hinchy and Mark Scott

Nigel Twiston-Davies 

Saint Calvados (FR)

7

Kate & Andrew Brooks

Harry Whittington 

Shattered Love (IRE)

9

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Tout Est Permis (FR)

7

Gigginstown House Stud

Noel Meade IRE

Un de Sceaux (FR)

12

E O'Connell

Willie Mullins IRE

Voix du Reve (FR)

8

Andrea & Graham Wylie

Willie Mullins IRE

 

29 entries remain following 11 February scratchings deadline

17 Irish-trained

THE FOLLOWING 15 HORSES HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED:

Balko des Flos (FR), Count Meribel, Defi du Seuil (FR), Footpad (FR), Fox Norton (FR), Kalashnikov (IRE), Keeper Hill (IRE), La Bague Au Roi (FR), Lalor (GER), Mister Whitaker (IRE), Paloma Blue (IRE), Road To Respect (IRE), Top Notch (FR), Waiting Patiently (IRE), Yorkhill (IRE)

 

The Unibet Champion Hurdle

Grade 1, £450,000 Total Prize Fund. Cheltenham, 3.30pm, Tuesday, March 10, two miles and half a furlong (2m 87y). For four-year-olds and upwards who are allotted a rating of 130 or more by the senior BHA Head of Handicapping following a review of the horses entered and taking account of races run up to and including the day prior to confirmation - horses who are not qualified for a rating in GB, IRE or FR may also be entered (such horses may be eligible providing the Handicapper is satisfied that the horse’s racecourse performances up to and including the day prior to confirmation would merit a minimum rating of 130 - the decision of the BHA Head of Handicapping shall be final). Weights: 4yo: 11st 2lb; 5yo+: 11st 10lb; fillies & mares allowed 7lb. Entries closed January 14 (36 entries). Scratchings deadline February 11 (31 remain), £22,500 supplementary stage & six-day confirmation stage March 4, final declaration 10.00am, March 8, maximum number of runners 26.

Horse

Age

Owner

Trainer

Abacadabras (FR)

6

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Apple's Jade (FR)

8

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Aramon (GER)

7

Aramon Syndicate

Willie Mullins IRE

Ballyandy

9

Options O Syndicate

Nigel Twiston-Davies 

Call Me Lord (FR)

7

Simon Munir & Isaac Souede

Nicky Henderson 

Coeur Sublime (IRE)

5

Chris Jones

Gordon Elliott IRE

Cornerstone Lad

6

Mrs B M Lofthouse

Micky Hammond 

Darasso (FR)

7

J P McManus

Joseph O'Brien IRE

Darver Star (IRE)

8

SSP Number Twenty Two Syndicate

Gavin Cromwell IRE

Eldorado Allen (FR)

6

J P Romans & Terry Warner

Colin Tizzard 

Elgin

8

Elite Racing Club

Alan King 

Envoi Allen (FR)

6

Cheveley Park Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Epatante (FR)

6

J P McManus

Nicky Henderson 

Felix Desjy (FR)

7

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Fusil Raffles (FR)

5

Simon Munir & Isaac Souede

Nicky Henderson 

Gumball (FR)

6

Terry Warner

Philip Hobbs 

Honeysuckle

6

K Alexander

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Le Patriote (FR)

8

Canard Vert Racing Club

Dr Richard Newland 

Mengli Khan (IRE)

7

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Mohaayed

8

June Watts

Dan Skelton 

Nelson River

5

CCCP Syndicate

Tony Carroll 

Not So Sleepy

8

Lady Blyth

Hughie Morrison 

Pentland Hills (IRE)

5

Owners Group 031

Nicky Henderson 

Petit Mouchoir (FR)

9

Gigginstown House Stud

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Quick Grabim (IRE)

8

Mrs G S Worcester

Fergal O'Brien 

Samcro (IRE)

8

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Sharjah (FR)

7

Susannah Ricci

Willie Mullins IRE

Silver Streak (IRE)

7

L Fell

Evan Williams 

Supasundae

10

Ann & Alan Potts Limited

Jessica Harrington IRE

Thomas Darby (IRE)

7

Diana Whateley

Olly Murphy 

Verdana Blue (IRE)

8

Doreen Tabor

Nicky Henderson 

 

31 entries remain following 11 February scratchings deadline

14 Irish-trained

THE FOLLOWING 5 HORSES HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED:

Klassical Dream (FR), Monsieur Lecoq (FR), Pacify, Saldier (FR), Thebannerkingrebel (IRE)

 

The Paddy Power Stayers’ Hurdle

Grade 1, £325,000 Total Prize Fund. 3.30pm, Thursday, March 12, three miles (2m 7f 213yds). For four-year-olds and upwards who are allotted a rating of 130 or more by the BHA Head of Handicapping following a review of the horses entered and after taking account of races run up to and including the day prior to confirmation - horses who are not qualified for a rating in GB, IRE or FR may also be entered (such horses may be eligible providing the Handicapper is satisfied that the horse’s racecourse performances up to and including the day prior to confirmation would merit a minimum rating of 130 – the decision of the BHA Head of Handicapping shall be final). Weights: 4yo: 11st; 5yo+: 11st 10lb; fillies & mares allowed 7lb. Entries closed January 14 (40 entries). Scratchings deadline February 11, £16,250 supplementary entry stage & six-day confirmation stage March 6, final declarations 10am, March 10. Maximum 24 runners.

Horse

Age

Owner

Trainer

Apple's Jade (FR)

8

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Ask Dillon (IRE)

7

4 The Fun Partnership

Fergal O'Brien 

Bacardys (FR)

9

Shanakiel Racing Syndicate

Willie Mullins IRE

Benie des Dieux (FR)

9

Susannah Ricci

Willie Mullins IRE

Champ (IRE)

8

J P McManus

Nicky Henderson 

City Island (IRE)

7

Sean & Bernardine Mulryan

Martin Brassil 

Court Maid (IRE)

7

Rory F Larkin

Tom Mullins IRE

Death Duty (IRE)

9

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Donna's Diamond (IRE)

11

D&D Armstrong Ltd

Chris Grant 

Emitom (IRE)

6

The Spero Partnership Ltd

Warren Greatrex 

Kilbricken Storm (IRE)

9

A Selway & P Wavish

Colin Tizzard 

Killultagh Vic (IRE)

11

Rose Boyd/Mrs M Armstrong/J Anderson

Willie Mullins IRE

L'Ami Serge (IRE)

10

Simon Munir & Isaac Souede

Nicky Henderson 

Laurina (FR)

7

Sullivan Bloodstock Limited

Willie Mullins IRE

Lisnagar Oscar (IRE)

7

Racing for Fun

Rebecca Curtis 

Paisley Park (IRE)

8

Andrew Gemmell

Emma Lavelle 

Penhill

9

Anthony Bloom

Willie Mullins IRE

Portrush Ted (IRE)

8

McNeill Family

Warren Greatrex 

Relegate (IRE)

7

Paul McKeon

Colm Murphy IRE

Ronald Pump

7

Laois Limerick Syndicate

Matthew Smith IRE

Samcro (IRE)

8

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Summerville Boy (IRE)

8

Roger Brookhouse

Tom George 

Surin (FR)

5

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

The Jam Man (IRE)

7

Ronan McNally

Ronan McNally IRE

The Mighty Don (IRE)

8

Golden Rose Partnership

Nick Gifford 

The Worlds End (IRE)

9

McNeill Family

Tom George 

Tobefair

10

Down The Quay Club

Debra Hamer 

West Approach

10

John and Heather Snook

Colin Tizzard 

William Henry (IRE)

10

Walters Plant Hire Ltd

Nicky Henderson 

 

29 entries remain following 11 February scratchings deadline

13 Irish-trained

THE FOLLOWING 11 HORSES HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED:

Bright Forecast (IRE), Footpad (FR), Goodbye Dancer (FR), If The Cap Fits (IRE), Klassical Dream (FR), Messire des Obeaux (FR), Minella Indo (IRE), Not Many Left (IRE), Papagana, Sams Profile, Top Notch (FR) 

 

The Close Brothers Mares’ Hurdle

Grade 1, £120,000 Total Prize Fund. 4.10pm, Tuesday, March 10, two and a half miles (2m 3f 200y). For four-year-olds and upwards, fillies and mares. Weights: 4yo: 10st 10lb; 5yo+: 11st 5lb. Entries closed January 14 (36 entries). Scratchings deadline February 11 (27 remain), £6,000 supplementary entry stage & six-day confirmation stage March 4, final declarations 10am, March 8. Maximum number of runners 24.

Horse

Age

Owner

Trainer

Apple's Jade (FR)

8

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

Benie des Dieux (FR)

9

Susannah Ricci

Willie Mullins IRE

Black Tears

6

Mrs C Walsh/J Lightfoot

Gordon Elliott IRE

Buildmeupbuttercup

6

J Turner

Willie Mullins IRE

Cap Soleil (FR)

7

Mrs S A Noott

Fergal O'Brien 

Cardigan Bay (FR)

7

Birch, Djivanovic & Doel

Charlie Longsdon 

Copper Gone West (IRE)

7

Mrs LBowtell & PBowtell

Tim Vaughan 

Court Maid (IRE)

7

Rory F Larkin

Tom Mullins IRE

Crossgalesfamegame (IRE)

6

Walid Marzouk & Richard Rowland

Fergal O'Brien 

Desaray Girl (FR)

5

Resdev

Philip Kirby 

Eglantine du Seuil (FR)

6

Sullivan Bloodstock Limited

Willie Mullins IRE

Elfile (FR)

6

K Alexander

Willie Mullins IRE

Great White Shark (FR)

6

Malcolm C Denmark

Willie Mullins IRE

Honeysuckle

6

K Alexander

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Indefatigable (IRE)

7

Philip Rocher & John B O'Connor

Paul Webber 

Lady Buttons

10

Jayne Sivills

Philip Kirby 

Laurina (FR)

7

Sullivan Bloodstock Limited

Willie Mullins IRE

Legends Gold (IRE)

6

Lockett, Hyde, Mountford, Bishop & Outhart

Rebecca Curtis 

Magic of Light (IRE)

9

Ann & Alan Potts Limited

Jessica Harrington IRE

My Sister Sarah (IRE)

6

Barnane Stud

Willie Mullins IRE

Popong (IRE)

6

Mrs D Halley

Henry de Bromhead IRE

Relegate (IRE)

7

Paul McKeon

Colm Murphy IRE

Roksana (IRE)

8

Sarah Faulks

Dan Skelton 

Sensulano (IRE)

7

Allison, Allison, Williams

Noel Williams 

Silver Forever (IRE)

6

Colm Donlon

Paul Nicholls 

Stormy Ireland (FR)

6

Sullivan Bloodstock Limited

Willie Mullins IRE

Surin (FR)

5

Gigginstown House Stud

Gordon Elliott IRE

         

 

27 entries remain following 11 February scratchings deadline

16 Irish-trained

THE FOLLOWING NINE HORSES HAVE BEEN SCRATCHED:

Black Sam Bella, Elimay (FR), Good Thyne Tara, Hawthorn Cottage (IRE), Papagana, Presidente Line (FR), Snow Leopardess, The Glancing Queen (IRE), Verdana Blue (IRE)

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