Cheltenham Racecourse
  • Kirby to ‘Shine’ at Newcastle
  • Channon to score at Wolverhampton

By Andrew Atkinson racing correspondent

CLONDAW Castle (1.55) trained by Tom George and ridden by J.J. Burke is selected each-way by in the Caspian Caviar Gold Cup Handicap Chase, over 2m 4f at Cheltenham on Saturday.

Clondaw Castle finished a creditable second at Ascot on November 2, when beaten by half a length behind Diego Du Charmil, when carrying 11st 6lb.

Having progressed to Class 1 company this year, Clondaw Castle (12-1) could be set to bag the winner’s booty of £73,000.

The 16 runners’ field also sees distance winner Robin Des Foret (12-1) trained by Willie Mullins and ridden by James Bowen, go to post, along with Cepage (13-2) trained by Venetia Williams, second at Aintree in November over 2m 3f, both worthy of each-way support.

At NEWCASTLE Philip Kirby trained Shine Baby Shine (12.15) is selected each-way by

Sir Chauvelin (2.50) trained by James Goldie and ridden by Ben Robinson are selected each-way by

John Gosden trained Finespun (1.25) with Robert Havlin up, is selected by Traditional Dancer (2.00). Dublin Pharaoh (2.35).

David O’Meara trained Intisaab (3.10) ridden by Sean Gray is selected each-way by

Be Proud (3.45) trained by John Goldie and ridden by Danny Tudhope is selected each-way by

At WOLVERHAMPTON ex-England and Southampton footballer Mick Channon-trained Lord Howard (8.20) a winner last time out is selected by

Racing gets underway at the Midlands track at 4.50, with Dress Circle selected by Montys Inn (5.20) selected each-way by Jack Star (5.50) trained by Tom Dascombe and ridden by Richard Kingscote is selected each-way by

Phoenix Star (6.20). Merhoob 16-1 (6.50) selected each-way by

Richard Fahey trained Mrs Hoo (7.20) selected each-way by Storm Ahead (7.50) and Keswick (7.50) both selected each-way by

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