Name change to avoid confusion.THE French-trained Gun'n Roses, recommended by Pricewise on Tuesday to land the Smurfit Champion Hurdle The Champion Hurdle is a Grade 1 National Hunt horse race in the United Kingdom for four-year-old and above horses. It is run over a distance of 2 miles 110 yards (3,319 metres) on the Old Course at Cheltenham Racecourse on the first day of the Cheltenham Festival in March. in March, no longer holds exactly the same name as one of Martin Pipe's inmates.
Punters struggling to come to terms with the two horses named Hors La Loi currently running in Britain looked sure to face further confusion when it was revealed the Francois Rohaut-trained Gun'n Roses had been entered at Cheltenham, as he shared the same name as the Gun'n Roses owned by Sir Stanley Clarke and in training with Pipe. The French-trained is a thoroughbred Thoroughbred
Light breed of racing and jumping horse descended from three desert stallions brought to England between 1689 and 1724. Thoroughbreds have a delicate head, slim body, broad chest, and short back. Most are bay, chestnut, brown, black, or gray. , whereas the Pipe inmate INMATE. One who dwells in a part of another's house, the latter dwelling, at the same time, in the said house. Kitch. 45, b; Com. Dig. Justices of the Peace, B 85; 1 B. & Cr. 578; 8 E. C. L. R. 153; 2 Dowl. & Ry. 743; 8 B. & Cr. 71; 15 E. C. L. R. 154; 2 Man. & Ry. 227; 9 B. & Cr. is a `Selle Francais'.
Yesterday, however, it was revealed Pipe's Gun'n Roses had been renamed Gun'n Roses II, much in the same way as James Fanshawe's Champion Hurdle hope is called Hors La Loi III, while Ian Williams' runner is the unadorned Hors La Loi-who runs at Kelso today.
Both horses named Gun'n Roses were bred in France and therefore should carry the (FR) suffix suf·fix
An affix added to the end of a word or stem, serving to form a new word or functioning as an inflectional ending, such as -ness in gentleness, -ing in walking, or -s in sits.
tr.v. . However, up until yesterday, Racing Post The Racing Post is a British daily horse racing, greyhound racing and sports betting newspaper. It is owned by Sheikh Mohammed and published under a 10 year lease by Trinity Mirror. cards including the Rohaut-trained Champion Hurdle entry used the (GB) suffix in order to distinguish between the pair.