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Latest Betway Bowl News

Among the nine runners for the Betway Bowl are three-time winners Clan Des Obeaux, Kemboy, and Gold Cup third Protektorat.

Willie Mullins’ Kemboy won the Grade One race in 2019 with a dominant performance, finishing ahead of Paul Nicholls’ Clan Des Obeaux in second place. For 365bet enthusiasts, it was an unexpected turn of events.

When Clan Des Obeaux dominated the renewal last year and went on to win the Punchestown Gold Cup, it appeared that his use of cheekpieces was paying off. The 10-year-old has lost twice since then, and he will be wearing hazard lights for the very first time this weekend as he attempts to defend his title in Merseyside.

When Kemboy claimed the fourth Grade One victory in the Irish Gold Cup at Leopardstown last year, he finished sixth in the Dublin Racing Festival’s feature in February, his worst finish since then.

Dan Skelton’s Protektorat, who came in third after Henry de Bromhead’s A Plus Tard and Minella Indo in the Cheltenham Gold Cup last month, is the one to beat based on recent form.

Shishkin is out for the season

After a dismal performance in the Queen Mother Champion Chase (Cheltenham), Nicky Henderson reportedly pulled Shishkin out of the series due to a “rare bone issue.”

The eight-year-old racehorse was a heavy favorite to win last month’s day two highlight at the Festival, where he was unbeaten in seven prior appearances over fences. Nico de Boinville’s retirement and subsequent victory over Shishkin in the rear stretch signaled the end of the road for his ardent supporters.

Initially, Henderson was inclined to blame the weather, but he has now identified another factor why his stable star didn’t conform to his hopes.

Because of this strange issue, Henderson will not be able to race Shishkin in the Celebration Chase at Sandown, but he still believes the horse will be as brilliant as ever next term. It’s hard to keep up with all the horses that are being pulled out from across different horse races. Luckily, you can get all the latest updates with Bet365 on the fly.

York could see Happy Romance’s arrival

Happy Romance, the runner-up in the Al Quoz Sprint, has indeed been chosen by Richard Hannon for the Duke of York Stakes at Royal Ascot.

On World Cup night, Dandy Man’s four-year-old daughter A Case Of You finished a neck and a fourth behind at Meydan. You have the 365betmobile app to thank if you wish to not miss any of these latest results.

Now that Sean Levey’s mount has had some time to recuperate from her Dubai exertions, she will return to Newbury, where she won the Hackwood Stakes as a juvenile and the Group Three Weatherbys Super Sprint last season.

In the wake of the Persian Force’s sensational Doncaster win, Hannon is considering a variety of alternatives for the Brocklesby Conditions stakes victor.

Chindit, last year’s Greenham Stakes winner, won the Listed Doncaster Mile on his seasonal comeback and, if the ground is fast enough, might run in the Lockinge Stakes on May 14 at Newbury. The Hannon stable has won this race five horses before, the most recent of which was Night Of Thunder in 2015.

Latest Grand National News

Chris’s Dream, the stablemate of last year’s victor Minella Times, has withdrawn from this year’s Randox Grand National. A year ago, Rachael Blackmore became the first female jockey to capture the world’s most prestigious steeplechase, the Minella Times.

In order to follow in the footsteps of Tiger Roll, Bromhead’s nine-year-old horse race will be carrying 11th 10lb this time around. The Chatham Street Lad is the only other horse that has been removed from the top 40.

Instead, he could take on the storied Topham Chase fences on Friday. De Bromhead’s Poker Party and Dan Skelton’s Blaklion are the winners of the two defections, as they are now secured a spot on the racetrack.