It's that time of year, folks. The flat season is starting to end and the jumping action is heating up.
We will offer you many stable rides in the coming days and weeks; Next up is trainer Warren Greatrex, multiple Grade 1 winner.
"Sometimes he took a bit of freedom with the obstacles, he lacked a bit of concentration, but he always educated himself on the obstacles, so we trust him to take them and that gives him something to look at throughout the race."
"I expected him to do what we saw on Sunday. Initially he was wrecked because he was hit, but the way he did it and the way he jumped was really good. He got mugged by a horse that's probably pretty decent."
"He will go to Ffos Las on October 18th over two and a half miles again. Not winning in the first half will probably give us a few more races to gain experience before he moves up."
"He'll be twice as horsey when we get him back three miles. He gets into any terrain and has very good cruising speed, there won't be many better obstacles chasing them this season."
"If all goes according to plan, Kauto Star at Kempton on Boxing Day would be the first big target. He's smart."
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"He had a tough season in his first season over the hurdles and has probably left a mark last year.
"I shouldn't have taken her to Wetherby at Charlie Hall, the ground was terrible that day, I probably got carried away with all the hype because she had a great rookie season and everyone was looking forward to seeing her.
"It made her a little defensive and I was trying to take care of her after that, taking her over two and a half miles. But now she wants three miles."
"She came back this year looking bright. She's been through a lot of wars and going to Perth, I thought 'does she still have the enthusiasm?' It was disappointing to be beaten, but the positives were, yes, she has enthusiasm." excitement about it still, and she jumped across the bar last.
"Dickie said halfway through that he thought his wind was causing a little pain. He winded two years ago and we gave him another wind last week.
"The plan for her is to run Charlie Hall, depending on the terrain. I still think she has a great chance."
"It's her last season of training so her trainers are keen to give her every chance to win something big. Chasing the new mares at Cheltenham could be her swan song, she might even be pregnant by then but that would be the dream
"She's irreplaceable. She's been here since she was three, so she's part of the family. She's never backed down from anything we've asked of her and she's as tough as she gets."
"He is a horse that loves soft ground and holds extremely well. Adrian Heskin was convinced he was going to win when he fell last at Haydock on his last start. After that he only had a problem with a corn, which meant that we had to lose Cheltenham.
"We'll start him off with hurdles and hopefully get some good winter ground out of him. We can go after him, but I think he has the potential to become a Stayers' Hurdle caliber horse."
“He got the bumper at Aintree a few years ago and has always been a good horse, just needs a bit of luck.
"I wouldn't be surprised if we end up targeting something like the Long Walk Hurdle at Ascot with him. It's a specialist division and I think he fits the mold well."
"We still have a lot of confidence in him. He's a joy to deal with as he's such a good horse, he's so sore he's had issues that have kept him off the track. But he's stronger this year than he is." . was always.
"He may be ready before Betfair Chase day but potentially we could start on the valuable handicap barrier in that meeting, it would be better for him."
"He's in good shape and will be ready for the money on Charlie Hall day.
“It's going really well and I hope the ground isn't too soft at Wetherby because he likes decent ground.
“He had a good season last year, winning a valuable race at Haydock early on and running well behind Frodon at Kempton.
"He will certainly have another productive year and win a good race or two, but he is one of those who will have his targets determined by the terrain."
"He drove a great race to finish third over Kim Muir at Cheltenham. It's one of those races where if his jockey had known him a little better I think he would have won."
"He has a high cruising speed, jumps well and is very steady. It took a while for it to sink in, he was called a lot of names when he was younger, but I think it was just immaturity."
"He will be heading to Cheltenham at the end of the month for the three mile handicap chase and will be given entry into the Ladbrokes Trophy.
"Everything will be geared towards the Grand National. He's got 142 points so he'll need to put on a few pounds to get in there, but he's got a lot of skill and everything is starting to work now."
"We could give him a pass on the Becher, but knowing him a bit, he'd better go to Aintree without seeing the fences. Sometimes if the horses don't have a good experience the first time they see them, they tend to back off. ." tap next time.
"I only had two riders at the Nationals but he seems like the perfect guy for it. He has good cruising speed to hold his position, jumps well and is very strong."
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"I think we'll be pretty strong in the spring as I've bought a lot of three-year-olds.
"We like a horse that ran in a pair of bumpers last year calledfull special. It was very immature last year, so we gave it a lot of time.
"He should be close to a bumper at Huntingdon next week and we think he will become a good obstacle."
"We have some pretty fillies, one calllucy in the sky, will be ready to roll on a bumper in the not-too-distant future.
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"Audacityhe got a listed bumper at Cheltenham last year and has plenty of ability. Let's put a line on his hurdles debut at Fontwell, he hit his knee a bit. He will be well educated and we still have high hopes for him."
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