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Panther given Breeders’ go-ahead

Brown Panther will swiftly attempt to banish memories of a painful Canadian experience by running at the Breeders’ Cup fixture at Santa Anita.

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Nicholls blames slow start on fitness of string

CHAMPION trainer Paul Nicholls admitted on Tuesday he was struggling to get his horses to peak fitness and that many were needing their first runs heading into the core jumps season.

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France: Tributes paid to Total boss De Margerie

FRANCE Galop president Bertrand Belinguier on Tuesday paid tribute to Christophe de Margerie, the chief executive of oil and gas giant Total, who was killed late on Monday when his plane collided with a snow plough at Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport.

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Big Easy sets sail for Open fixture

Cesarewitch winner Big Easy will have his next run at Cheltenham’s Paddy Power Open meeting in November.

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FRANCE: Simcock and Varian take on smart Fabre fillies

DAVID SIMCOCK will be hoping that Encore L’Amour, the winner of a maiden at Chepstow back in August, can benefit from the likely very testing conditions on her first attempt in Pattern company.

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Wayward West throws away victory at Exeter

GO WEST YOUNG MAN did everything but win the 2m3f handicap hurdle at Exeter on Tuesday turning 90 degrees on the run in for home to hand the race to 25-1 Thundering Home.

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Stomachion handed Irish entry

Stomachion is one of 42 entries for the Tote November Handicap at Leopardstown on the final day of Ireland’s Flat season this Sunday.

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Bolster set for Wetherby date

The Giant Bolster, third in the Betfred Cheltenham Gold Cup in March, could make his seasonal reappearance in the bet365 Charlie Hall Chase at Wetherby on Saturday week.

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Fingal has Hennessy option

Fingal Bay is set to return to action on Saturday week – with a tilt at the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury an early-season possibility.

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BHA moves to address small fields

British Horseracing Authority has announced a number of all-weather and National Hunt races will be removed from next year’s programme in a bid to address issues regarding “uncompetitive small-field races”.

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