Bristol De Mai set for Wetherby

Nigel Twiston-Davies Intends to Provide Bristol De Mai a Trip from the Charlie Hall Before the Betfair Chase.

The Naunton handler hopes history can repeat itself in the Grade Two prize in West Yorkshire, which the eight-year-old maintained at the Grade One characteristic at the Merseyside track en route to his first triumph in 2017.
After finishing third in the Cheltenham Gold Cup on his start final season, the Simon Munir- and Isaac Souede-owned gelding finished the campaign with a below-par effort from the Betway Bowl the next month.
Twiston-Davies stated:Bristol De Mai is also in good form. He will go for the Charlie Hall the Betfair Chase. He has created the race his own for the past two seasons.
He has been well over the summer and so is showing as much enthusiasm as ever. Everything is all good with him.
Last year old Betfair Hurdle hero Al Dancer could make his first start over fences at a novice chase.
Having promised victory on his first four starts over hurdles, the Dai Walters-owned six-year-old saw his unbeaten streak ended when completing down the field from the Supreme Novices Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.
Twiston-Davies said:Hes entered Newton Abbot within an extended two-mile novice chase and the strategy is to move there.
We decided with the owners he would go chasing this year as opposed to stay over hurdles. He looks fine and he can do well over fences.
A trip to Chepstow on Saturday is under consideration for Wholestone, who made his debut over fences a one that is triumphant at Perth.
Twiston-Davies said:Hopefully Wholestone will run at Chepstow, however we have to find out whos operating and why. I was very delighted with the way he jumped Perth, even though he just had one rival to conquer.
Stablemate Ballyandy is being lined up to go back in the Silver Circle Handicap Hurdle at Monmouthshire track.
Twiston-Davies said:Hopefully he will visit Chepstow on Saturday along with a lot of queries will be answered then. It was actually excellent run in Coral Cup (third) in his final start of the season.
Hell go three miles later on in the summer, thats the idea anyhow.

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