Thursday 30 June 2016

EURO 2016 LATEST Visit Euro 2016 Hub

Fri 10th June

Sat 11th June

Sun 12th June

Mon 13th June

Tue 14th June

Wed 15th June

Thu 16th June

Fri 17th June

Sat 18th June

Sun 19th June

Mon 20th June

Sat 25th June

Sun 26th June

Mon 27th June

Thu 30th June

Poland POL 1 (3)

Portugal POR 1 (5)

AET

Today's Fixtures

Wales WAL

Belgium BEL

20:00

Sat 02nd July

Germany GER

Italy ITA

20:00

Sun 03rd July

France FRA

Iceland ISL

20:00


No hiding Hanlon's confidence

Published 29/07/2013 | 17:57

Hidden Cyclone
Hidden Cyclone

Trainer Shark Hanlon believes a fully-fit Hidden Cyclone will be difficult to peg back at Galway on Tuesday.

  • Go To

The Grade Two-winning eight-year-old has not been seen since he fell in the Red Mills Chase at Navan in February, but returns to the fray in the Latin Quarter Chase.

Hanlon opted to swerve Wednesday's Galway Plate with Hidden Cyclone, and is confident he has acted in the best interests of the horse.

"He's in super form. He hasn't had a run for six months and this seemed a good race to start him back," said the County Carlow handler.

"I'd have loved to have run him in the Plate, but it's quite a rough race and we have to do what's right for our lad.

"This is still a very valuable race in its own right, though, and that's why there's such a competitive field.

"But if our lad can run to anywhere near his best form, they'll all have to go some to stop him."

Hidden Cyclone takes on five rivals, including the hat-trick-seeking duo of Rathlin and Dantes King.

Woolcombe Folly is an interesting entry for Paul Nicholls and Ditcheat's former stable jockey, Ruby Walsh. The hardy 10-year-old was a fine runner-up on his last start in the Summer Plate at Market Rasen a week and a half ago.

Press Association

Read More

Promoted articles

Editor's Choice

Also in Sport