Risk And Co  - 2014 bay gelding by No Risk At All (FR) ex Chin'ba (FR) (Take Risks)


Risk and Co is a 4 year old gelding by No Risk At All (the sire of one of this season’s top juveniles, Gumball) and out of sister to Toubab who was 3rd in the Grade 1 Tolworth, and 2nd in the Grade 1 Maghull Novice Chase at Aintree.  He is from the family of the prolific winner, Pique Sous who was 3rd in the Champion Bumper at the Cheltenham Festival.  He has done a lot in Ireland already and ‘won’ a schooling bumper at Dromahane Point to Point last month.

He should be ready for a spring bumper.  He could be quite exciting.

 Queens Cloak - 2013 bay mare by Definite Article (GB) ex Love Divided (IRE) (King's Ride)

Queens Cloak is a half-sister to Belcanto who has won a bumper and over hurdles for the club.  She is out of the prolific Irish Point winning mare, Love Divided, from the family of Rathgorman who won the Queen Mother Champion Chase, and Lord Windermere the recent Cheltenham Gold Cup winner.  Queens Cloak had a couple of quiet runs for education, and then had a nice break.  She’s come back bigger and stronger and should be able to win a few handicap hurdles.


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