Highly-rated Bristol De Mai has the chance to hit the big time in the Betfair Chase at Haydock
The late withdrawal of Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Sizing John from the Betfair Chase may have removed some of the gloss from one of chasing’s richest prizes, but that will not bother connections of BRISTOL DE MAI (Haydock, 3.0) or Cue Card.
The duo go head to head in what promises to be attritional conditions, each looking to serve their critics the ideal riposte with a landmark victory.
For Bristol De Mai, trained by Nigel Twiston-Davies, this race represents the ideal launch-pad to the big time. Still only six, the galloping grey has yet to convince some he is ready to sit at chasing’s... read more
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