WILLIE MULLINS plans to give Yorkhill another schooling session after the JLT Chase favourite raised eyebrows with a mixed round of jumping after racing at Leopardstown on Sunday.
GREAT FIELD justified favouritism in Leopardstown's novice chase when scoring by eight lengths on Sunday, but it was not as straightforward as that with jockey Jody McGarvey producing a minor miracle to stay on board after that last.
JEZKI, who is prominent in the betting for the Stan James Champion Hurdle and Sun Bets Stayers' Hurdle, will have his Cheltenham Festival target determined after he runs at Gowran Park on Saturday week.
SYNCHRONISED was a stamina-soaked winner of the Cheltenham Gold Cup for Jonjo O'Neill, whose Minella Rocco heads for Leopardstown on Sunday week for a test that will decide whether he tries to do the same or target the Randox Health Grand National.
A MARVELLOUS week for Henry de Bromhead was capped off with a Grade 1 double as Petit Mouchoir held off the late thrust of Footpad.
SOME sporadic jumping, some in-running carnage on the exchanges, some drama, Some Plan.
MELON is the new favourite for the Sky Bet Supreme Novices' Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival after making a winning debut for trainer Willie Mullins at Leopardstown on Sunday.
THE absence of the recently retired Don Cossack, who won the Grade 3 Ladbrokes Ireland Kinloch Brae Chase in 2015 and 2016, means festival clues this time might be thinner on the ground.
JUST two days after calling time on the brilliant career of Don Cossack, Gigginstown House Stud were dealt another blow after it emerged top chaser Valseur Lido is likely to miss rest of season.
PETIT MOUCHOIR had too much for Nichols Canyon in the Ryanair Hurdle, making all to deny the 2-5 favourite a second successive win in the race.
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