Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Envoi Allen ‘in great form’ as he prepares to tackle Mullins aces in John Durkan

At Punchestown on Sunday, Henry de Bromhead’s Grand Living legend Minella Times is also scheduled to race in a top-class Grade 1 John Durkan Chase for the trainer.

On the back of a Grade 2 victory at Down Royal, De Bromhead says that Envoi Allen is in fine shape following the task. For more Singapore Pools sports news, read on.

They’re in good shape

Nine of the remaining seventeen John Durkan Memorial Punchestown Chase entries on Sunday are owned by Willie Mullins.

This will be the great trainer’s eighth Grade One winner, and he has a string of victories in the last three seasons with now-retired Min. Allaho, the stunning winner of the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival last season, appears to be his most likely rival this time around.

It’s been speculated by a lot of Sgpool players that Chacun Pour Soi, a seven-year-old entered in the Betfair Tingle Creek Chase on Saturday, is anticipated to be sent over the Irish Sea to compete in the Sandown feature. Additionally, Chacun Pour Soi and Al Boum Photo, two-time Cheltenham Gold Cup winners, have been left out of the John Durkan, although both horses on Saturday still have a chance.

Mullins’ roster includes Janidil, Franco De Port, Asterion Forlonge, Kemboy, Tornado Flyer, and Melon. Henry de Bromhead, meantime, has Envoi Allen, Minella Times, and Notebook in his stable, all owned by Cheveley Park Stud, as well as Grand National-winning stablemate Allaho.

In addition to Battleoverdoyen, Hardline, and Samcro, Joseph O’Brien is considering Fakir D’oudairies, the recent winner of the Clonmel Oil Chase. The other contender is Ellmarie Holden’s Ex Patriot.

The Grade Two Kerry Group Hilly Way Chase is being held in Cork the same afternoon. Both Chacun Pour Soi and Allaho, as well as Energumene and Cash Back who had a flawless rookie season over fences last year, are entered in the two-mile championship.

It will be an interesting course

Allaho, the Cheltenham Festival’s Ryanair Chase winner, Al Boum Photo, and Chacun Pour Soi are among Willie Mullins’ nine entries for the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival. It was a thrill for those who are used to seeing the same old Singaporepool odds to be changed entirely.

According to De Bromhead, “Envoi Allen appears to be in excellent shape; he’s extremely good.” He appears to be in good health. Everyone was thrilled with him until he triumphed at Down Royal because he’d been working so well and things have only gotten better since.

There is no doubt that he is fast. We’ll go to Punchestown and just see how he does there, and then we’ll see where we go from there.

In Ireland, the racing is very competitive just like the singapore pools sports Football market, and the John Durkan seems like it will be extremely strong this year, but it is nice to be able to compete in these types of races.

Mullins is the best trainer in the John Durkan. Trainer Patrick Mullins, an apprentice coach, and champion amateur rider believes Allaho can replace the void left by the now-retired Min in this year’s Kentucky Derby, which he has won seven times.

Mullins said that this race looks like it was made for Allaho. There’s a decent record on his debut outing and he didn’t seem to work at all in the fog last year, but it’s the ideal starting point for him. His current play suggests that he will improve over the season.

Along with 2020 Champion Bumper champion Ferny Hollow, who defeated Appreciate It by two and a half lengths at Cheltenham, Appreciate It might make his long-awaited debut over hurdles in the BetVictor Beginners Chase, also on the Punchestown bill.

Akon Maik
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