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Sizing Europe

Sizing Europe is more likely to stay in Ireland than run in the William Hill King George VI Chase at Kempton on December 26.

He may turn 11 in a few weeks, but the 2011 Queen Mother Champion Chase winner has appeared in the form of his life in his two wins to date so far this season, though with good ground not guaranteed at Kempton, trainer Henry de Bromhead is "leaning" towards staying at home.

"It's not 100% just yet that he isn't going to Kempton, but at this stage we are leaning towards Leopardstown," said De Bromhead.

"Which race he runs in will obviously depend on the ground. We've got the option of the Lexus or the Dial-A-Bet and we'll choose the best race for the conditions."

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