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BUDDY BOLERO (David Pipe) RAN an excellent race to finish fourth in the four-miler at the Cheltenham Festival in March, and the seven-year-old will be part of David Pipe powerful team at next month's Paddy Power meeting at Prestbury Park. The trainer believes he could be a Grand National horse in time and should do well in all the big staying chases throughout the season.
TURN OVER SIVOLA (Alan King) TURN Over Sivola should be winning over fences soon judged on a decent first attempt in a two-mile chase at Kempton. A three-times winner over hurdles, the six-year-old has time to impress and could be better over fences. He was in the process of putting it up to smart hurdler Dodging Bullets until a bad error at the second last cost him. But he will land races soon.
MINELLA FRIEND (Evan Williams) MINELLA Friend made a fine hurdling debut at Exeter on Tuesday. An Irish point-to-point winner and a wide-margin victor in a Sligo bumper, he joined Evan Williams for PS90,000 and looks to have a bright future. He travelled strongly but looked a bit novicey. It cost him and he was beaten by the more experienced favourite Horizontal Speed. Better awaits.
STAYING: Buddy Bolero
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|Publication:||Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)|
|Date:||Oct 26, 2013|
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