Yanworth is full flight over fences at Newbury back in 2017

Yanworth is complete flight over fences at Newbury again in 2017

Edward Whitaker (racingpost.com/footage)

Prime-class staying hurdler and Grade 2-winning chaser Yanworth can have his first get started for Enda Bolger at Listowel on Thursday, probably tasked with sporting best weight within the €100,000 Grade B Ladbrokes Eire Listowel Handicap Hurdle.

The previous 164-rated hurdler, who has received two Grade 1s in his 21-race occupation, stays with proprietor JP McManus.

Bolger stated of the nine-year-old’s doable project over 2m: “We are hoping to run him however clearly he hasn’t run since Cheltenham [March], so he will want it.

“He is coaching neatly and we are satisfied the place we now have him nowadays. I might consider we’re going to get started off on Thursday over hurdles and notice how we get on from there. There is not any plan for him actually, however we need to get started someplace and get him out.”

Prime-class Ballyoisin holds two entries on the Listowel harvest competition

Patrick McCann (racingpost.com/footage)

The Howardstown Space instructor may be liable for two of the main fancies in Wednesday’s Guinness Kerry Nationwide, with 4-1 favorite Movewiththetimes and best weight Ballyoisin (10-1) within the combine.

The latter additionally has the choice of making an attempt to copy final 12 months’s luck in the similar handicap hurdle that Yanworth might reappear in, rated 25lb decrease over the hurdles than fences.

Because it stands, the 167-rated chaser has part the present Kerry Nationwide box operating from out of the handicap, regardless that a most box of 18 will cross to publish for the €200,000 prize.

Bolger stated on Monday, with declarations due for the harvest competition spotlight on Tuesday at 10am: “We will see what the sector and flooring is taking a look like within the morning sooner than you make a decision on whether or not Ballyoisin runs. We will go away that till as past due as conceivable.”

Movewiththetimes inspired at Killarney in a inexperienced persons’ chase final month

Patrick McCann (racingpost.com/footage)

Movewiththetimes, who used to be 8-1 joint-favourite for the Galway Plate when falling, inspired in a Killarney inexperienced persons’ chase final time and appears set to take his probability within the Kerry competition’s function.

“We had been thrilled with him at Killarney and he is pop out of it neatly,” stated Bolger. “We are taking a look ahead to Wednesday with him.”


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