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Trainer Lucinda Russell

Lucinda Russell's Cheltenham Gold Cup outsider Bold Sir Brian is among 11 declarations for the Peter Marsh Chase at Haydock on Saturday, if the meeting survives an 8.30am inspection on Friday.

The track passed an initial check on Thursday but the possibility of snow is now the major issue.

Bold Sir Brian will head the weights if the race goes ahead after Nicky Henderson decided not to declare Roberto Goldback. Next on the list is the Russell-trained Silver By Nature, who has a great record at Haydock.

Another who runs well on Merseyside is Colin Tizzard's Cannington Brook and he is back again after winning his second Tommy Whittle at the track last month. Tizzard will also run Hey Big Spender who has been disappointing in two runs this season.

Donald McCain's Our Mick is due to have his first run since finishing third in the JLT Specialty Chase at Cheltenham in March while David Pipe has declared Consigliere and Tim Vaughan will run Tartak.

Venetia Williams will be represented by Summery Justice but not Katenko while Sue Smith's Gansey, Brian Ellison's Neptune Equester and Malcolm Jefferson's Mac Aeda will aim to keep the prize up north.

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21 December 2014

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19 December 2014

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Bobs revved up for Lexus repeat
Knott disqualified for three years
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Activial stars in Ladbroke field

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