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Willie Mullins' Pique Sous facing 'critical' 24 hours after bout of colic

Published 17/09/2013 | 13:18

Pique Sous, with Paul Townend up, on the way to winning at this year's Fairyhouse Easter Festival. Picture: Barry Cregg/Sportsfile.
Pique Sous, with Paul Townend up, on the way to winning at this year's Fairyhouse Easter Festival. Picture: Barry Cregg/Sportsfile.

Pique Sous is facing a "critical" 24 hours after suffering an attack of colic.

The Supreme Racing-owned six-year-old was a Grade Two scorer over hurdles last season and was last seen winning on the level at Leopardstown earlier this month.

Trainer Willie Mullins had been hoping to switch back to hurdles for the Open meeting at Cheltenham in November but all plans have been put on the back-burner.

The owners tweeted: "Pique Sous got a colic last night. Bad colitis now. Being treated. All plans on hold next 24 hrs critical #praying."

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