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Zeb goes for fourth Dial-A-BetHeadlines
Big Zeb

Colm Murphy admits it is going to be difficult for Big Zeb to win the Paddy Power Dial-A-Bet Chase again.

The 11-year-old collected the Leopardstown Grade One in 2008, 2009 and 2011 but was soundly beaten by Flemenstar on his Navan reappearance.

"He seems happy and in good form. The conditions won't be ideal for him, the drier the ground the better. We're under no illusions. He's not getting any younger, but we're hopeful he has realistic each-way claims. He seems well and hopefully he can run into a place," said Murphy.

Forpadydeplasterer comes right back in trip having snapped a long losing run when scoring over three miles at Thurles last month. However, trainer Tom Cooper feels Sizing Europe is going to be very hard to beat.

He said: "He's in great order and we're coming back in trip again, basically because there is nothing else for him. It's going to be very hard for us to beat Sizing Europe, it would have been better for us if he'd gone for the Lexus. If we're second to him we'll be happy."

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