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Fennos Storm amongst initial entries for the Tetratema Cup

The Tetratema Cup Hunters Chase will take place this Saturday 07th March at 16.55pm. The 3m 1f contest worth a €15,000 prize fund has received 14 entries.

Aloneamongmillions is yet to be defeated with a 100 % strike rate, having come out on top in all four of his starts to date and is very much in contention for Leading Horse, being just one win off the current leader Eddie’s Miracle. The son of Mahler’s most recent success came back at the beginning of February when he reeled in Cheltenham handicap chase winner Foxtail Hill at Bellharbour and eventually beat him by one-length. The seven-year-old will be opening his account in hunter chase company here if lined up on the day.

The Declan Queally-trained Fennos Storm has won the last two renewals of the Tetratema Cup and will be out to defend his crown here. The nine-year-old got his season off to a flying start when taking the ladies open at Moig South back in November and he has run four times since then but has not been unable to reach the number one spot in any of these contests. He could regain the winning thread here as he always seems to come back to form when running at Gowran.

Macs Legend was a dual hunter chase winner during the 2017/18 season and he once again found success in hunter chase company when scoring in very testing conditions at Thurles in February. The 12-year-old has won three out of his six starts this season and could follow up his most recent success with another win here.

On The Sod, who is already a three-time winning gelding, is looking to follow up on his success at Farmacaffley in February here. The son of Ask beat Limerick hunter chase winner Samurai Cracker by seven lengths in November and will be aiming to preserve his unbeaten record.

Six-year-old Rewritetherules developed into a very smart sort last season winning two hunter chases within the space of three days in May and made a stunning return to action when beating Wounded Warrior without being asked any questions at Carrigarostig in January. He has since gone onto win the Farmers Hunt race at Punchestown.

Some Man is another who has been enjoying much success since returning between the flags from his stint under rules. The seven-year-old won the Clonmel hunter chase in January when beating Saint Benedict impressively by seven-lengths. He only finished fourth on his most recent run at Thurles, but the close relation of Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Denman could bounce back to form here.

The Enda Bolger-trained Staker Wallace made a superb return to action when finishing second in the Naas hunter chase at the end of January after a three-year layoff. Before this layoff, he had some good form having scored in a six-year-old and upwards geldings maiden at Kilfeacle and finished third a month later in a hunter chase at Leopardstown in 2017. The son of Kings Theatre could well return to the winner’s enclosure here if run.

To view a full list of tf entries for the Teratem Cup please click here.

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