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Paddy Brennan: I expect a big run; he’s a good horse.


Paddy Brennan: I expect a big run; he’s a good horse.

Paddy Brennan: I expect a big run; he’s a good horse.

1.15pm Cheltenham

Red Hot Chilly

He has been running solidly throughout the summer and he ran another good race at Wincanton last month, where the trip and track could have been a bit sharp for him.  I think this course could suit him better and, with ground conditions to suit and dropped 2lb from Wincanton, it wouldn’t surprise me at all were he in the shake-up here. It’s obviously a very competitive handicap, though, and there are some unexposed ones in there.

1.50pm Cheltenham

Bun Doran

He ran a great race first time out when second to Gino Trail here last season, and he is actually 1lb lower here. And that is despite him running a good third for me at Kempton afterwards. He has also finished placed in a Red Rum on good ground, and I definitely think he is weighted to take a hand here, especially with Tom’s horses going well and among the winners. The race has cut up a fair bit, too.

3.35pm Cheltenham


I was obviously gutted when he fell in the Persian War on his reappearance, as that had been the plan for him for a while. Last season, he ran a couple of great races for me, chasing home the very smart Vinndication over 2m4f at Leicester and then running fifth to Lalor in a Grade 1 at Aintree. This is a competitive Grade 2 but it lacks a stand-out and Coolanly has been in good form since that Chepstow mishap. He didn’t miss any work after the fall. I expect a big run here; he’s a good horse.

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