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Connections of last year's winner Un De Sceaux feel Ascot suits their pride joy as much as anywhere ahead of the Berkshire Community Foundation Clarence House Chase.
Willie Mullins remains hopeful that Faugheen will make his eagerly-awaited return to action at Leopardstown later this month. The nine-year-old has been sidelined through injury since winning the BHP Irish Champion Hurdle 12 months ago, but the signs are he could be ready to defend that crown on January 29.
British racegoers could get their first sighting of the highly-touted Alary in the Peter Marsh Chase at Haydock on Saturday as he appeared among 24 entries.
Ben Pauling also had updates on Barters Hill, Willoughby Court and Jaleo
Harry Fry believes Unowhatimeanharry will have to be at his best if he is to concede weight all round in the Cleeve Hurdle at Cheltenham on January 28.
Jockey Jan Faltejsek rode his first winner in Britain for over 1000 days when Fairlee Grey bolted up at Ayr.
Noel Fehily makes a quick return action at Exeter on Tuesday after escaping serious injury in a nasty fall in the Betfred Classic Chase at Warwick.
Empire Of Dirt will be tested at the highest level in the Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown on February 12.
Identity Thief could bid to get his season back on track in the Frank Ward Solicitors Arkle Novice Chase at Leopardstown on January 29.
Antiquarium led home a Godolphin one-two in the Betway Conditions Stakes at Wolverhampton.
Bastien carried the same silks of Grade One winner Blazing Bailey to glory for the second time in his career when he maintained his unbeaten record over hurdles in a race at Plumpton.
Last year's winner Un De Sceaux is among eight horses left in the Berkshire Community Foundation Clarence House Chase at Ascot on Saturday.
Fakenham legend Cool Roxy has died at the age of 20 after suffering from colic.
Harry Fry will consider two races at the Cheltenham Festival for American following his convincing victory at Warwick on Saturday.
French trainer Emmanuel Clayeux is looking to run Vezelay in the BetBright Trial Cotswold Chase at Cheltenham on January 28.