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Hidden Cyclone targets Tied Cottage
27 Jan 2015 16:04
Shark Hanlon is using the Boylesports Tied Cottage Chase at Punchestown on Sunday as a stepping stone for Hidden Cyclone towards the Queen Mother Champion Chase at the Cheltenham Festival.
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Considered a nearly horse by many, the 10-year-old is one of 11 entries for the Grade Two over two miles.
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"We have been unlucky with him in the sense that he hasn't won a Grade One race yet," said Hanlon.
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"It would be great to see him win the Tied Cottage on Sunday and, all going to plan, the next step would be the Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham."
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Gordon Elliott has given the novice Clarcam an entry having been left in Un De Sceaux's wake in the Irish Arkle on Sunday.
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Willie Mullins has entered Ballycasey, Turban and Twinlight, who claimed the scalp of Hidden Cyclone in the Dial-A-Bet Chase at Leopardstown over Christmas.
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Bright New Dawn has the option, as does Baily Green and Days Hotel.
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Irish Thistle, Heavenly Brook and Way Up In The Air complete the list of possible runners at this stage.
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