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Ranjaan set for Haydock returnHeadlines
Ranjaan

Ranjaan is poised to return from injury at Haydock on Saturday.

A leading juvenile before a setback caused him to miss the Triumph Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival, the four-year-old steps back on the track in the Betfair Commits £40 Million To British Racing Hurdle.

Harry Herbert, managing director of Ranjaan's owners Highclere Thoroughbred Racing, said: "The plan is to run Ranjaan on Saturday. He seems in very good form and I spoke to Paul (Nicholls, trainer) and he is keen to run."

Herbert revealed: "The injury he suffered was really mild. It was a little bit of joint concussion. He is a big, developing horse and he just got a little joint sore which is a clear sign of immaturity.

"I know Paul likes him very much and he has been pleased with Ranjaan's work, but the horse may just need it on Saturday, especially if the ground is very testing.

"He should be able to get through the ground and he is sort of bred to. I think Paul has always thought of him as a long-term project and hopefully we will learn a bit more on Saturday."

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