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Shan Blue is ‘perfect’ to face Cyrname at Charlie Hall Chase in Wetherby

Coach Dan Skelton says Shan Blue is ‘perfect’ to face 2020 favorite and winner Cyrname at Charlie Hall Chase in Wetherby.

  • Shan Blue was one of the best rookie hunters in Britain last season.
  • Won the Grade One Kauto Star Beginner Hunt at Kempton on Boxing Day
  • Cyrname won the Charlie Hall Chase last year in a dominant fashion


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Coach Dan Skelton says there will be no excuses for Shan Blue if he fails to shake up 2020 favorite and winner Cyrname at Bet365 Charlie Hall Chase in Wetherby.

Shan Blue was one of the best rookie hunters in Britain last season, winning the grade one Kauto Star Rookie Chase at Kempton on Boxing Day and finishing second behind Sporting John in Scilly’s grade one Rookie Chase. Isles in Sandown.

Skelton said: ‘This race has always been the plan. He is spot on. It cannot be said that it exploded. In the end it has to run well and it will.

Cyrname (above) won the Charlie Hall Chase last year in dominant fashion at Wetherby.

Cyrname (above) won the Charlie Hall Chase last year in dominant fashion at Wetherby.

If he’s in the Cyrname league cool, otherwise we’ll have to re-plan.

‘I’m not saying I have to win for it to be some kind of result. But I want to see him hit there giving everyone some trouble.

Last season Shan Blue won the Bet365 Rookie Chase at Wetherby and that race yesterday was led by towering teammate Ashtown Lad, whose leap, in the hands of Skelton’s jockey brother Harry, made the difference in a victory of four and three quarters of Buzz. From Turcoing.

Ashtown Lad could continue on the Shan Bleu path and head to Kempton on Boxing Day, but Skelton recognizes his future lies in long-distance chases with his sights set on Aintree.

Skelton, who also teamed up with his brother to easily win the rookie hurdles handicap with Unexpected Party, added: ‘You can see why I’ve waited until I was seven to go chase you. It has taken a long time to achieve it.

‘I would like to be on the lookout for next season. Let’s be brave enough to say it, it could be a Grand National horse. ”

Grade One winning rookie hurdler Ahoy Senor withdrew from the Ashtown Lad race due to improper terrain and will now add flavor to the Colin Parker Memorial Intermediate Chase at Carlisle.

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