Deciding on Klassical Dream's Cheltenham Festival target is giving Willie Mullins a headache.
Wootton has his first run for Charlie Appleby since his move from Alex Pantall's stable, in the Zabeel Mile at Meydan.
Willie Mullins hopes to have Penhill primed for his bid to retain his Sun Racing Stayers' Hurdle crown next month.
Rather Be is bidding to put a disappointing first half of the season behind him in Saturday's 888Sport Handicap Chase.
Laurina teed herself up for a crack at the Champion Hurdle with a smooth win in the Quevega Mares Hurdle at Punchestown.
Willie Mullins has raised a doubt about his Racing Post Arkle hopeful Cilaos Emery making it to the Cheltenham Festival.
Carlo Biraghi has suffered a setback which has ruled him out of the JCB Triumph Hurdle at Cheltenham next month.
Michael Bell has been forced to call time on the career of Big Orange after his old injury flared up.
Connections of Harrie are eyeing the Cheltenham Festival with a good display at Thurles' on Thursday.
Willie Mullins is preparing a four-pronged assault on the Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Sue Smith has still to decide whether Midnight Shadow will take his place in the Sun Racing Stayers' Hurdle.
John McConnell's promising juvenile hurdler Hannon will run this weekend - but where that will be is still undecided.
Gordon Elliott admits Tiger Roll surprised him by slamming the opposition in the Boyne Hurdle at Navan.
Owner Philip Reynolds rates it a "50-50" chance his Cheltenham Gold Cup favourite Presenting Percy will run this weekend.
Gordon Elliott believes Apple's Jade has gone from "strength to strength" as he prepares for a crack at the Champion Hurdle.
Laurina will line up in the Smart Money's On Coral Quevega Mares Hurdle at Punchestown on Wednesday.
Whether Samcro turns up at the Cheltenham Festival is likely to be decided in the next 10 days - according to Gordon Elliott.
Summerville Boy is set to return to action in the spring after recovering from a leg injury.
Nick Gifford will look to step Didtheyleaveuoutto up in trip on his next start after earmarking two options at Cheltenham.
Catriona Bissett was crowned Employee of the Year at the 2019 Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards in London on Monday.
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