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Reve camp not expecting a hat-trick

Trainer Nick Williams is downbeat about the chances of Reve De Sivola as the mud-loving stayer goes in search of a third successive victory in the JLT Long Walk Hurdle at Ascot on Saturday.

Hobbs on Garde at Ascot

Philip Hobbs has been one of the dominant forces of the jumping scene this season and chases a major handicap double with Greatwood Hurdle hero Garde La Victoire.

Fry excited by Activial Ladbroke chance

Harry Fry is keeping his fingers crossed the decision to hold Activial back for a major handicap will pay off as the unexposed youngster bids to land a significant gamble in The Ladbroke at Ascot on Saturday.

Exciting Sceaux out at Fairyhouse

Willie Mullins is keeping his fingers crossed Un De Sceaux can learn to be less extravagant in the jumping department as he bids to get off the mark over fences at the second attempt at Fairyhouse on Saturday.

Master back in the spotlight

Neil Mulholland is happy The Young Master has the chance to do his talking on the track when the highly promising five-year-old returns to action in the Mappin & Webb Silver Cup Handicap Chase at Ascot.

Grugy in line to start cantering

Sire De Grugy is set to resume cantering on Monday as the Queen Mother Champion Chase hero continues to make progress from a hip injury that has kept him off the track so far this season.

Newland seeks more from Re

Dr Richard Newland admits he is looking for some improvement from Pineau De Re when his Crabbie's Grand National hero takes to the track again next month ahead of his bid for a repeat victory in the world's greatest steeplechase.

Prize money boost in HRI initiative

Prize money in Ireland is to be increased byfive million euros in 2015 to 53.9m, Horse Racing Ireland has announced.

Zig zips to impressive victory

Ptit Zig made an impressive step up to Grade Two company as he dismissed odds-on fencing debutant Josses Hill in the Mitie Novices' Chase at Ascot.

New steroids policy delayed

Full implementation of the British Horseracing Authority's enhanced zero tolerance policy on steroids has been delayed until March next year.

Serge states Supreme case

L'Ami Serge sauntered clear to post a most impressive victory in the Sky Bet Supreme Trial Novices' Hurdle at Ascot for the Nicky Henderson-Barry Geraghty team.

Martin readying big guns

Tony Martin's Cheltenham Festival hero Savello is set to make his seasonal reappearance over the Festive period.

Firebird skips National service

Evan Williams hopes Firebird Flyer can make the most of a good opportunity in the Tommy Whittle Handicap Chase at Haydock on Saturday.

The New One in Haydock return

The Champion Hurdle Trial at Haydock is the likely target for The New One after trainer Nigel Twiston-Davies ruled his stable star out of the Christmas Hurdle at Kempton next week.

King issues Chatez Triumph warning

Alan King has warned punters not to be tempted to back Chatez for the JCB Triumph Hurdle at Cheltenham in March at this stage.

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