The New One has done his final schooling ahead of the Champion Hurdle, for which eight horses have stood their ground.
1st Ventriloquist 3/1
2nd Hakam EvsF
3rd Callac 9/2
Go Packing Go, Strong Steps (10 Ran)
1st Four Seasons 10/11F
2nd Anonymous John 10/1
None (All 6 Ran)
Sabre Rock (5/2)in, Bobby Benton (9/2)in, Hectors Chance (11/2)in, Ze King (13/2)in, Rain God (9)out, Apache Glory (10)out Show all, Lady Lunchalot (12)out, Isabella Liberty (50)out
None (All 8 Run)
Skidby Mill (9/4)in, Youm Jamil (5), Greek Islands (6), Jonnie Skull (11)out, See No Ships (12)in, Claude Greenwood (13)in Show all, Mount Cheiron (14), Berwin (20)out, Joyful Risk (20)in, Tolly Mcguiness (25)out
None (All 10 Run)
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