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Bryan Cooper will head into the Cheltenham Festival at the top of his game after landing two on the main races at Naas in the Gigginstown House Stud colours.
Big Buck's is in "seriously good order" according to trainer Paul Nicholls as he bids to land the Ladbrokes World Hurdle for a fifth time at Cheltenham on Thursday.
Countrywide Flame gave John Quinn one of his biggest wins to date when landing the JCB Triumph Hurdle back in 2012 and, two years on, the Yorkshire-based trainer has two leading chances in Pearl Castle and Rutherglen.
Cheltenham clerk of the course Simon Claisse has refused to the rule out the prospect of watering for the final two days of the Festival.
Philip Fenton has confirmed Last Instalment will head to England on Sunday, with a decision on his participation unlikely until next week.
Hurricane Fly will face eight rivals when he bids for a third victory in the Stan James Champion Hurdle at Cheltenham on Tuesday.
Exciting juvenile Activial will skip the JCB Triumph Hurdle and instead wait for next month's Crabbie's Grand National meeting at Aintree.
Anthony Honeyball is considering options at Aintree and Punchestown for Regal Encore following a creditable run in defeat in Saturday's Imperial Cup at Sandown.
Paul Deegan is planning a Classic campaign for Avenue Gabriel which will hopefully culminate with a crack at the Darley Irish Oaks at the Curragh in July.
Trainer Bob Baffert admitted to being "in awe" of Game On Dude after he won the Santa Anita Handicap for a third consecutive year.
Listen to our interview with the perennial champion jockey, who we caught up with at Sandown on Saturday.
Henry Candy once told John Neild, Splash Of Ginge's owner, he would never make it as a jockey when he worked as a stable lad at Kingston Warren in 1984-85.
Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls have both expressed their hopes that no watering will be necessary at Cheltenham before the Festival kicks off on Tuesday.