Big Zeb is set to hit heights; RACING.
Colm Murphy's charge, beaten just a head by the dual Queen Mother Champion Chase The Queen Mother Champion Chase is a Grade 1 National Hunt chase in the United Kingdom for five-year-old and above horses. It is run over a distance of 2 miles (3,219 metres) at Cheltenham Racecourse during the Cheltenham Festival in March. hero in the Kerrygold Champion Chase at Punchestown in April, could not have made a more impressive return to action.
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"We'll either go to Sandown (for the Tingle Creek) or for the John Durkan next. We'll see how he comes out of the race," said Murphy.
"I'd have preferred not to run him on this sort of ground but there was nothing else for him and he needed more experience over fences.
"Ground will decide where we'll go next. I think he'll be a stone better on better ground."
Aitmatov and Oscar Looby were on target to provide trainer Noel Meade and jockey Paul Carberry with a 65-1 double.
The former defied top-weight when running out a gritty winner of the Grade Two Lismullen Hurdle.
"That was sweet in so many ways but mainly I'm delighted for the owner John O'Meara who is unwell at the minute. He is one of my best friends and hopefully this will cheer him up," said Meade.
"He'll probably take his chance in the Hatton's Grace at Fairyhouse (November 29) now, he's there to be beaten on heavy ground."
Edward O'Grady and jockey Andrew McNamara Andrew McNamara is a member of the Queensland State Parliament and the Minister for Sustainability, Climate Change and Innovation in the Anna Bligh government. He was first elected as the State Member for Hervey Bay at the 2001 election. Prior to his election he was a solicitor. managed a short-priced brace through Judge Roy Bean Phantly Roy Bean, the "Hangin' Judge", (c. 1825 – March 16, 1903) was an eccentric U.S. saloon-keeper and Justice of the Peace who called himself "The Law West of the Pecos". and Osana.
Meanwhile, Notre Pere père
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2. appears to be none the worse for his fall in the JNwine.com Champion Chase at Down Royal on Saturday.
The evens favourite was preparing to challenge the all-the-way winner The Listener when crashing out at the fifth last fence.
"He seems fine. We won't really know until midweek," said trainer Jim Dreaper. "We hope it was just one of those things."