Thursday 14 November 2019

LAY OF THE DAY

Jarry D'Honneur looks like one to oppose at very short odds in the novices' chase at Navan.

Willie Mullins' charge won nicely at Punchestown in January, but he didn't jump at all well before finally getting rid of AP McCoy in good company at Leopardstown next time. While this is a massive drop in class and he has Ruby Walsh back up, he is not to be trusted.

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