9yo B G BEAT HOLLOW – MISS DENMAN (PRESENTING)
Hunt: Fermanagh (H)
The Irish National Hunt Steeplechase Committee Annual Point-to-point awards took place at Dunboyne Castle on Saturday 18th June after a long-awaited three-year absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ray Nicholas' charge provided David Christie with his fourth win in the race from the last five renewals.
20-time points winner Longhouse Music is among the entries for the 2m 4f contest.
Nine are in the final line up for the three-mile one-furlong contest at Gowran Park tomorrow.
The Declan Queally-trained gelding has won the last two renewals of the contest and is one of fourteen entries that has been recieved.
Staker Wallace returned to the winner's enclosure at Nenagh on Sunday and looks an exciting sort for his handler, Enda Bolger.
Some Man, Wounded Warrior and Mighty Stowaway are amongst the horses set to line up for the three-mile contest.
The Co. Fermanagh handler has an embarrassment of riches in the open division this season and has an update on them.
The son of Beat Hollow won by a comfortable seven lengths in the 2m 4f contest.
The 2m 4f contest is set to take place on Thursday 9th January.
Christie’s Miracle as Eddies returns from serious injury
Some Man could return to the scene of his four-year-old maiden success as he looks to follow his Toomebridge victory.
The 2019/20 Point-to-Point season got underway with a six-race card at Toomebridge where Murphy got off the mark as Gale At Sea storms home to win her four-year-old maiden.
Ross O'Sullivan's nine-year-old is one of 233 horses to receive a hunter certificate this week.