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See More now set for Haydock.

SEE MORE BUSINESS, who was originally earmarked to run in the Ericsson Chase at Leopardstown today, is instead set to run at Haydock next month.

The 1999 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, who showed he was no back number when winning the Rehearsal Chase at Chepstow for the third time on his last outing, is now likely to line up for the Bet Direct Peter Marsh Chase on January 18.

Trainer Paul Nicholls said: "With a combination of the weather and the shortage of jockeys, we just felt we'd wait, and Haydock looks like being his next race."
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Publication:The Racing Post (London, England)
Date:Dec 28, 2002
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