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You Wear It Well in 'fantastic' form following Cheltenham win


Jamie Snowden had a surprisingly clear head the morning after You Wear It Well took the Jack De Bromhead Mares’ Novices’ Hurdle at Cheltenham and is in no rush to make plans for the Grade Two winner.

Nine years on from the Lambourn trainer’s first Festival success with Present View, Gavin Sheehan’s mount was up there all the wa and held off Magical Zoe to score at odds of 16-1.

“She trotted out like a gazelle,” Snowden said. “She’s fantastic, still biting everyone.”

The six-year-old, who is owned by Sir Chips Keswick, could head to Fairyhouse for the Irish Stallion Farms EBF Mares Novice Hurdle Championship Final on April 9.

Snowden said: “We will see how she is before making a plan. She is obviously still in the Grade One at Fairyhouse over Easter. I put her in that a couple of weeks ago.

“That is still an option, but we’ll see how we go with her.”

He added: “We will certainly jump a fence with her before her summer holiday and see where we go next year.”

Meanwhile Ga Law, winner of the Paddy Power Gold Cup at Cheltenham in November before falling when looking the likely winner of Doncaster’s Sky Bet Chase in January, could still run in a Grand National, albeit the Scottish version.

The fast-improving seven-year-old stayed on to finish fifth to Envoi Allen in the Ryanair Chase.

“I thought it was a good run,” said Snowden. “Obviously we know he wants further than that trip, but we were caught between the devil and the deep blue sea.

“The Gold Cup was a silly option and the Ryanair was too short, but I think he has run to the same level of form he did in the Sky Bet Chase, which was improved form on the Paddy Power.

“I thought it was a cracking run, especially on the back of a nasty fall.

“The long-term plan will be next year’s Grand National. He stays very well, he’s just not very quick. He was outpaced all the way in the Paddy Power and stayed on up the hill.

“He has possibly run a career-best over a trip that is too short, first time up in Grade One company, so he’s run a belter to finish fifth.”

“He’s not qualified for the Grand National next month, so that is a great shame, as that would have been great for him.

“There is obviously the option of going for the Betfair Bowl at Aintree. There is the Grade Two Oaksey Chase at Sandown, which we will consider, and there is half an eye on the Scottish National as well. We have got a couple of options.”

Snowden is also looking to the future with Colonel Harry, whose brave effort to make all the running in the bet365 Premier Novices’ Hurdle at Kelso two weeks ago was scuppered when narrowly beaten by Nemean Lion.

The six-year-old had finished just behind Kerry Lee’s runner when fourth in the Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown and, having backed that up with victory at Newcastle, Snowden was content to see the the Grade One form hold fast.

“It was a great run at Kelso, “ said Snowden. “That was over two miles two (furlongs). A lot of his pedigree is over two miles.

“I think he wants two miles on deep ground – I think that’s his ideal.

“It was a brave effort and it upheld the Tolworth form with Nemean Lion.

“He will be a lovely chaser for next season. We might have half a look at Aintree, depending on what the weather does, but he’s certainly one I’m looking forward to over a fence next year.”



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KELSO 15:35

Saturday 25 March
3. ELVIS MAIL (FR) 1st
Bruce Lynn silk Bruce Lynn
N. W. Alexander
10. HALF SHOT (IRE) 2nd
Conor O'Farrell silk Conor O'Farrell
Iain Jardine
Ben Godfrey silk Ben Godfrey
Anthony Honeyball
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1st S. M. Crosse silk 18. SHADOWED (IRE) 4/15
2nd S. P. Bird silk 19. SOMETHING NICE (IRE) 40/141
3rd S. Cleary-Farrell silk 16. PLAY IT AGAIN ZAAM (IRE) 200/1201
J: S. M. Crosse  
20 ran. NRs: 21  22  23 


1st Brendan Powell silk 5. LE LIGERIEN (FR) 5/16
2nd James Davies silk 8. ANOTHER CRICK 10/111
T: Joe Tizzard  
7 ran. NRs: 1  9 


1st Sean Houlihan silk 1. EMMPRESSIVE LADY (IRE) 10/111
2nd Lee Edwards silk 41 5. MOON EAGLE (IRE) 28/129
All 5 ran.

16:10 KELSO

1st Peter Kavanagh silk 1. BALLYGEARY (IRE) 6/42.5jf
2nd Sean Bowen silk 7. MONTEPLEX 80/181
J: Peter Kavanagh (5)  
All 7 ran.


1st Connor Planas silk 5. CONQUISTADOR 5/16
2nd Adam Kirby silk hd 1. KERDOS (IRE) 6/52.2f
J: Connor Planas (7)  
All 5 ran.

16:00 MEYDAN

1st Christophe Lemaire silk 7. EQUINOX (JPN) 10/11f
2nd Ryan Moore silk 8. WESTOVER 7/1
3rd Christophe Soumillon silk 9. ZAGREY (FR) 50/1
All 10 ran.


1st William James Lee silk 4. INSINUENDO (IRE) 1/12f
2nd C. T. Keane silk 6. REDRESSED 14/115
3rd S. B. Kelly silk ½ 5. KERKIYRA (IRE) 11/112
All 10 ran.


1st Aidan Coleman silk 2. CREST OF GLORY 17/29.5
2nd Tom Cannon silk 15 9. I'M A LUMBERJACK 10/111
3rd Tom Bellamy silk 17. GIRLS IN SKIRTS (IRE) 25/126
19 ran. NRs: 16  18 


1st Emma Smith-Chaston silk 3. FOSTER'SISLAND 7/24.5
2nd Charlie Todd silk 8 2. WILLASTON (IRE) 7/18
3rd Fergus Gregory silk 6 7. BARONY LEGENDS (IRE) 6/17
J: Emma Smith-Chaston (3)  
All 8 ran.
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