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Killultagh Vic has been ruled out of Cheltenham and is set to miss the rest of the season after suffering an injury setback.
Flemenstar is set to work over the weekend before connections decide whether or not to head for the Betfair Ascot Chase at the Berkshire course on Saturday week.
Donald McCain is hopeful Subtle Grey can go on to bigger and better things after securing his second victory of the winter at Carlisle.
Fixe Le Kap will aim to join an extremely strong team of four-year-olds for his owners in the JCB Triumph Hurdle by booking his spot in the Ray Gilpin Victor Ludorum Juvenile Hurdle at Haydock on February 20.
Kim Bailey is edging towards running Musselburgh winner Charbel in the Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.
Dan Skelton is hoping North Hill Harvey can confirm his place at Cheltenham next month with a strong performance in the 32Red Sidney Banks Memorial Novices' Hurdle at Huntingdon on Thursday.
The prospects for racing at Bangor on Friday hinge on an inspection at 8am on Thursday due to the threat of waterlogging.
Nina Carberry has not yet set a date for her return to the saddle after suffering a back injury in a fall at Clonmel last Thursday.
Wayne Hutchinson will not return to competitive action until next week as he continues to recover from an injury suffered at Doncaster last month.
Racing manager Eddie O'Leary insists no decisions will be made until Festival week on which horses represent Gigginstown House Stud in the Timico Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Multiple Grade One-winning rider Andrew McNamara is excited at embarking on his new career as a trainer at Navan on Sunday. The winning jockey in major races such as the Queen Mother Champion Chase and the Irish Grand National, McNamara ended his days in the saddle on a high with victory on his final ride at Tramore in August.
Peace And Co will undergo a minor respiratory procedure following his second short-priced defeat of the season at Sandown on Saturday.
Saturday's meeting at Uttoxeter is already in doubt after officials called an inspection for 8am on Thursday.
Victoria Pendleton is set to make her hunter chase debut on Pacha Du Polder at Fakenham on February 19.
Paul Nicholls believes it will be testament to the character of Aux Ptits Soins should he make it to the Cheltenham Festival.