Bryan Cooper: The runner-up of Joseph’s won well at that track recently, so the form looks decent enough
Cinema De Quartier
This looks a hot novice hurdle, as you’d expect at this meeting, but it’s great to be in the Gigginstown colours so soon after the recent announcement. Others can say what they want, but you won’t see or hear me complaining about the situation. Riding 28 Grade 1 winners in the last four years was an honour and a privilege. But, anyway, back to the matters in hand and Cinema De Quartier built upon a promising Punchestown hurdling debut when winning easily for me at Kilbeggan in June. The runner-up of Joseph’s won well at that track recently, so the form looks decent enough, and hopefully he can step up again. He will need to, but the potential is there and I think he will go well.
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