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Gordon Lord Byron is unlikely to take up his engagement at Dundalk on Friday, with a flight to Hong Kong booked for midweek.
Call The Cops is likely to be given the chance to follow up Saturday's impressive Doncaster win in the Pertemps Network Final at the Cheltenham Festival next Wednesday.
Henry de Bromhead is no nearer to deciding whether to let Sizing Europe return to Cheltenham for another tilt at the Queen Mother Champion Chase.
Gold Cup winners Kauto Star and Denman will be joined by four-times World Hurdle hero Big Buck's in a Retraining of Racehorses' parade on the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival.
Leading amateur Jamie Codd is excited about the prospect of adding to his tally after firming up a couple of rides at the Cheltenham Festival next week.
Nicky Richards has picked out a race at Carlisle to get Duke Of Navan back to winning ways after he was turned over at long odds-on at Ayr a week ago. The seven-year-old looked a fine prospect for novice chases when beating Urban Hymn at Carlisle in October but suffered a heavy fall at Cheltenham on his next start.
Wincanton's meeting on Thursday is already in serious doubt after officials announced an inspection for 4pm this afternoon.
David Pipe is fearful of the Irish raiding party when Moon Racer takes aim at the Weatherbys Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival next Wednesday.
Philip Hobbs identified Big Easy and Duke Of Lucca as two of his big chances at the Cheltenham Festival next week.
Tony McCoy had a rare winner when riding the outsider of four in securing success on Fredo at Huntingdon.
Trainer Eoin Griffin is keeping his fingers crossed Azorian has turned a corner after the highly tried gelding gained an overdue success at Navan.
Gitane Du Berlais ran her rivals ragged as she made all the running to win unchallenged in the Prix Juigne at Auteuil.
Gwencily Berbas is set to line up in the Fred Winter instead of the Triumph Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.
Lady Cecil had to settle for second place as Perfect Summer became her first runner over jumps at Huntingdon.
Bryan Cooper rates Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup contender Road To Riches as one of his best mounts as this year's Festival approaches.