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Bobs Worth

Bobs Worth is among 24 horses heading forward for the Betfred Gold Cup at Cheltenham on March 15.

His trainer Nicky Henderson also houses the 2011 winner Long Run, who regained his King George crown on Boxing Day, while Finian's Rainbow remains in the mix.

Another former winner, Imperial Commander, is also heading back with the aim of emulating Kauto Star by winning the most prestigious race in the game for a second time after losing the title.

Paul Nicholls enjoyed great dominance with Kauto Star and Denman but without those two, his hopes rely on Silviniaco Conti and What A Friend. As expected, Tidal Bay has been taken out.

David Bridgwater is looking to saddle last year's runner-up The Giant Bolster and has also left in Wyck Hill, who is due to put his credentials on the line in the Racing Plus Chase at Kempton.

The Irish are looking to Sir Des Champs to give Willie Mullins a first win in the race, while Grand National favourite Prince De Beauchene is still in.

First Lieutenant and China Rock are Mouse Morris' options, while Jessies Dream and Bog Warrior are also contention. Captain Chris, Katenko, Cape Tribulation and Monbeg Dude are others to note.

Flemenstar is among the 16 scratched horses, along with Bold Sir Brian, Grands Crus, Hunt Ball and Sizing Europe.

30 July 2014

Road takes Plate riches
Australia preparing to return
King reigns in Sussex duel
Morphine investigation nearing end
Peculiar claims Galway honours
Reel has Vintage rivals in a spin
Peculiar claims Galway honours
King rules in Sussex
Sky flashes home in Gordon
Tough Teak outstays Goodwood rivals
Chepstow called off
Rich pickings for Ivawood
Edison out to light up Galway
Kingman all set for Sussex
Warwick to ditch Flat races
Estimate ready for Goodwood test
Showcase fixture avoids Ascot clash
Sous earmarked for Royal return
Injury woe for Hanagan
Bird ruled out of Nassau
Elleval team turn to Leopardstown
Zalty still in Galway frame
Tag recovering from Ascot exertions
Muthmir team eye Goodwood gold
Van driven out for Goodwood success
Love too much for Toormore
Cotai claims Molecomb glory
Leger hopefuls seek Gordon glory
Sennockian stars at Goodwood
Hannon aims to uphold family honour
He who would be King

29 July 2014

Repeat Topaz victory for Vastonea
Eagle set for short break
Vulcanite spearheads Longsdon raid
Hughes launches double Plate bid
Estimate in Goodwood Cup field
Quick picks off Galway rivals
Lion could roar in Champion Stakes
Time out for Carpenter
Beckett considers Gesture gameplan
Pitt ponders Sir Stewards' run
Bird in full flight for Nassau
Beacon leads Hannon trio
Toormore on Goodwood mission
Star duo head Sussex field

28 July 2014

PJA hits out at ERA Cosgrave case
Chopin team wait on softer ground
Options open for Approval
Pallasator states case for Ebor
Custom a cut above
Harty doubles up in Galway feature
Munich Mission impossible
Jinx on a high in France
Cox plays it cool with Kodi
Girl given Lowther target
Burke looking to Curragh
Hanagan hails Taghrooda
Toormore drops in class for Lennox

27 July 2014

Beacon shines over Molecomb rivals
Miss skips Galway for Goodwood
Tag crowned queen of Ascot
Muthmir delivers in Dash
Metal proves International star
Sheikh pounces for late score
Kingman poised for showdown
Kleo hits top gear for Cumani
Dettori strikes on Osaila
Bear grills Winkfield rivals
Yorkshire Oaks target for Volume

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