Note
14 Feb 2011 | 19:15
Nag Me about
To add a NagMe alert you must sign in.
Forgot password?
Not a member yet?

Search: Horse Jockey Trainer Owner All

Bobs team praying for thawHeadlines
Bobs Worth

Connections of Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup ante-post favourite Bobs Worth are "desperate" for the Argento Chase to take place.

Cheltenham Trials Day on Saturday is in doubt due to the wintry weather, but the Hennessy Gold Cup winner would still run in the traditional Gold Cup trial if it was rescheduled for a later date.

Malcolm Kimmins, who heads the syndicate who own him, The Not Afraid Partnership, said: "As far as we're concerned, everything has gone well since the Hennessy and it's all systems go for the weekend. That is up in the air due to the weather but, like everyone in racing, we're desperate for it to be on."

He added: "Nicky Henderson has always said since the Hennessy that he'd have one more run before the Gold Cup, but obviously he does go well fresh as he went straight from winning the RSA Chase to the Hennessy without a run.

"He could go straight to the Gold Cup without a run as there's a lack of options.

"I really hope that even if Saturday is abandoned they will do everything they can to save the meeting, as so many people have requested it.

"We really could do with an alternative if it is off."

The syndicate have already been given a boost with the news that plans are in hand to stage the Cheltenham meeting on Sunday if the weather does not relent in time for Saturday's card to go ahead.

29 March 2015

McCoy thrills on final Ascot ride
Huge shock in Park Express
O'Brien plans to mix Flat and jumps
Hero makes his mark for O'Meara
Jacob ripe for Pineau ride
Varian suffers Kingston 'blow'
Kristale limbers up for York return
Aintree on God's radar
Ferof in hunt for Aintree riches
Telescope back in focus
Clouds given National clearance
Chrome given Royal summons
Flemenstar unplaced on return
Dolniya excels in Sheema Classic
Solow gallops to Turf glory
Gabrial just divine in Lincoln
Naadirr strikes to take Trophy
Sole switches on late power
Tullius has to pull out the stops
Romsdal up and running
Panther pounces for Gold

28 March 2015

Prince Bishop rules the World
Prince Bishop rules the World
Raven swoops for De Sousa
Hanagan strikes first blow
Stack harbours Lincoln doubts
Odeliz gears up for Park
Mshawish given green light for Turf
Margarson keeps faith in Guest
Havlin has high hopes with Hopkins
Togo lands another for Pakidis
Longsdon and Fehily rule with Law
Coleman picks up ride on Druids
Power out to end Meydan hoodoo
Jack firmly in Trophy hunt
McCoy honoured with Celebration
O'Brien set on Flat resumption
'Rock star' Chrome seeks World fame

27 March 2015

Romsdal returns at Kempton
Solow flying high for Head
All to play for at Doncaster
Flemenstar makes Navan return
Panther primed for big Gold run
Derby Fever for Godolphin
Toast recovering from setback
Motion out to keep winning Sequence
Home comforts at Newbury
Curtis keen on Townend for Tea
Flintham upholds family honour
Newmarket moves to avoid split
Weld sweet on 'middleweight' Zawraq
Eagle poised for Curragh return
Signal to swerve Wetherby gallop
Ballydoyle brigade excites Hensey
Angel leads the way in Lincoln

26 March 2015

Sruthan gets Gladness go-ahead
Kelly to contest Wolves ban
Gatsby thrills in Meydan spin
Monaghan on the up
On-song Cappella has Classic aim
Godsmejudge on track for Aintree
Ground key to Found Guineas attempt
Thriving Berkshire Ganay-bound
Gleneagles set for Curragh spin
Ginge handed Topham option
Side sights set on World place
Tizzard 'really pleased' with Card
Limato pencilled in for Ascot
Spinal issue sidelines The New One

About | Terms | Privacy | Manage Alerts | Manage Account | © 2015