Gordon Elliott Stable Tour
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He may have a go in a schooling hurdle over the next 10 days, just to give him another spin over hurdles. He never does anymore than he has to.
Even working him, if you paired him with a 95 horse, not that we work him beat another horse, he would only do what he has to do. He has had a wind operation since he ran at Christmas.
He would not mind a bit of cut in the ground. It is going to be a competitive but open Champion Hurdle, and it would not shock me if he was placed in it.
He has had a wind operation since Limerick and, although we were disappointed on the day, he was beaten by a good horse. We had problems with him last season not scoping right and he did not scope great after Limerick.
He is a very hard horse to keep right. I think the race is made for him. Battleoverdoyen was very sore after Leopardstown [fell].
He is back riding out and you saw him this morning. He is the one horse I would be nervous about going to Cheltenham with.
It would not be a shock if I kept him at home. I haven't yet spoken to her owners about where she will go this season but it's possible she could start back in a black type bumper before then going jumping.
She's a mare with a big future. He is a very talented sort and with the summer behind him he looks to have strengthened up nicely.
In bumpers he was a high-class horse as he showed with his runs at Cheltenham and Punchestown and even then I thought he had some growing up to do so hopefully we will see a more mature horse this season.
I'm hoping he will contend for good two mile novice hurdles throughout the season and he will probably start off in the second half of October or early November.
He's a lovely horse who was impressive in beating a subsequent winner of Willie's at Down Royal last January. Hopefully he's a horse with a very nice future and I'll soon be talking to J.
McManus and Frank Berry about plans for him but I would imagine he will be going hurdling this season. We're in no rush with him and will just take it one race at a time this season.
I'd like to think that he will be a very exciting novice chaser for the coming months. He's a fine, big horse who has always looked as though he would be at his best as a chaser and anything he did over hurdles was going to be a bonus.
He did win a Grade 1 over hurdles and the fact he did so within six weeks of winning a bumper says a lot about his ability.
He didn't run any sort of race at Cheltenham but a few things went against him over there and I'm happy to draw a line through that.
He's a lightly raced horse who we have taken our time with and I'm hoping that patience will pay dividends this winter.
On what he has shown I think that he could be a Grade 1 class novice chaser. After starting out over fences with a couple of encouraging runs he lost his way through the winter before ending the season with a good third to A Plus Tard at Cheltenham and a respectable fourth at Punchestown.
Those last two runs should have done his confidence plenty of good and I know he has the ability to win a good pot somewhere this season.
I'd imagine we will be working backwards from Cheltenham and I'll talk to his owner Chris Jones about what route we take with him.
We didn't overdo things with her last season as she looked like a filly who would improve with age and I was very pleased with what she was able to show us.
She ran very well in a high class mares bumper at Leopardstown in February and she never came off the bridle to win a bumper at Clonmel several months later.
She will go jumping and should make up into a smart novice hurdler. She's a filly with a lot of potential. She was very impressive first time out in a Ballinrobe bumper last April and then she ran very respectably in a good mares' bumper at Punchestown by which stage she might just have gone over the top.
Bioverdia has done well for a summer off and is a filly that could do very well this season. I will speak to her owner about plans but she might start back in a decent mares bumper before then going hurdling.
I'd be hoping that she will at least pick up some black type over the coming months. Over jumps she only has a Fairyhouse maiden hurdle win to her name but she went on to be beaten less than two lengths into fourth in the mares novice hurdle at Cheltenham.
She is a talented sort who is definitely good enough to win black type races and that will be the aim with her this season. I haven't spoken to the owners yet about what route we take with her as there are good opportunities for her over hurdles but the novice chase programme for mares also looks tempting.
When he came to us last season I was hoping he would be a horse for top staying chases. On his first couple of runs for us things didn't really work out for him but he really came to himself in the summer and I was delighted with his win in the Galway Plate.
He'll be aimed at top staying handicaps with the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury a likely target and maybe he will make up into a National horse.
He has recently joined Elliott from Pat Kelly. Watching it back again, he was running very well in the Gold Cup when he fell.
We are looking towards the Ladbrokes Champion Chase at Down Royal to start him off in. Longer term, he could be one for the Grand National.
A winning point-to-pointer, she finished third in the Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival last season and made a winning hurdling debut at Fairyhouse in October.
She made a winning hurdling debut the other day and probably did quite well as she was well short of peak fitness.
I loved the way she put her head down and fought when she had to. We tried a few different things and got him back right last season. It was a real thrill to see him win at the Cheltenham Festival.
A rated hurdler, he has won the last two renewals of the Pertemps Network Final at the Cheltenham Festival.
The staying hurdle division looks open, so hopefully he can step up to the mark. Not much went right for him in the Martin Pipe at Cheltenham this year and he was a bit unlucky there.
A rated chaser, he has won the last two renewals of the Grand National at Aintree. The ground went against him at Cheltenham and he came home a very tired horse from there.
The aim is to get him back to Cheltenham for the cross-country race and then onto the Grand National. Bet Credits available for use upon settlement of bets to value of qualifying deposit.
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He was ready last year before the lockdown so we threw out into the fields. Jamie Codd rode him in work last week and said he could be our Cheltenham bumper horse and he did it very nicely at the weekend.
We put headgear on him last term and he was a different horse, winning the Pertemps Final at Cheltenham. He had fitness on his side in the Ladbrokes Champion Chase at Down Royal at the weekend and it was a great result for Pat and Joe Sloan who are huge supporters of our stable and Irish racing in general.
I was thrilled for them. The ground is key factor with him. I was impressed with him at Ballinrobe. It took him a while to get into top gear but when he did he won nicely.
He might be one for the nice staying handicaps on the flat too. News Fast Results Racecards Full Results NRs My Stable Tips Search Naps ABC Going Richard Fahey.
Gordon Elliott Stable Tour: Guide to the winter team including Envoi Allen and Presenting Percy Racing. ALPHA DES OBEAUX He isn't getting any younger and finished last in the Champion Chase at Down Royal.
ANDY DUFRESNE I was delighted with him at Wexford. DEFI BLEU He and Commander In Fleet injured themselves the same day in a novice hurdle at Punchestown.