100 Horses to Follow Part III Jumpers to Follow 2019/20
by Leon Hughes on 20th November, 2019 and updated 20th November, 2019 4:54pm

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100 Horses to Follow Part III

It’s that time again for our next instalment of ‘100 Horses To Follow’ . You will have noticed the several of our previous selections run exceptionally well at Cheltenham on Saturday. With a busy festive racing period ahead you will have more than a handful of runners from our 100 Horses To Follow’ to back and hopefully end the year on a high.


ELDORADO ALLEN (FR) 5 gr g

Colin Tizzard's charge suffered an unlucky novice campaign last season, managing only two appearances, but he made quite the impression and can certainly kick on this season. On his first start since moving from France he ran out a highly impressive maiden hurdle winner at Sandown, landing a good race in comfortable fashion. That form worked out well with the second, Sevarano, going on to be defeated only a neck by

the highly talented Bright Forecast while the third that day behind Eldorado Allen, Finawn Bawn, won twice and was third at Grade 2 level. Eldorado Allen was taken to Aintree with connections viewing him as an ideal type for the Grade 1 Tolworth but he unseated his rider and did not feature that season again. His trainer insisted the injury should not cause long-term damage and he could certainly prove something of a forgotten gem. He is suited by plenty of cut in the ground and he is worth monitoring during the winter. COLIN TIZZARD


ELIXIR DE NUTZ (FR) 5 gr g

This racy five-year-old proved a complete revelation after breaking his duck at Cheltenham's November meeting last season. The switch from Philip Hobbs to Colin Tizzard appeared to have worked the oracle as that was followed by another ready win back there in December, and he landed a hat-trick in the Grade 1 Tolworth Hurdle at Sandown the following month. Sadly, connections had to draw stumps due to injury, ruling him out of a crack at the Supreme Novices' Hurdle. However, such patience is expected to pay off as he dips his toe into an open-looking Champion Hurdle division. Most ground comes alike. COLIN TIZZARD


EMITOM (IRE) 5 b g

He enjoyed a fine season last year winning four of his five starts with a sole defeat coming to the hugely talented Champ in Aintree's Sefton Novices' Hurdle. Warren Greatrex took a patient approach with him but he defeated some progressive sorts on his rise to the top level, including Lisnagar Oscar at Ffos Las and Interconnected, who was then bought for £620,000, in a hot novice contest at Newbury. He improved with every run last season and his jumping became slicker with experience. Meanwhile, he is still a young horse so improvement is anticipated this season. Emitom is set to embark on a staying hurdling campaign and perhaps he could emulate the yard's former star Cole Harden, who landed the Stayers' Hurdle at Cheltenham in 2015. WARREN GREATREX


ENVOI ALLEN (FR) 5 b g

Envoi Allen maintains his place in this book having been selected last year, when unraced under rules, after a big-money purchase following a ten-length win in a point. Obviously at that stage he was in here on potential but it's fair to say Gordon Elliott and his team got their money's worth in the bumper arena. He was all the rage on his debut, winning in good style as a 4-9 favourite. Connections wasted little time stepping him up in class and 14 days later he picked up a Listed event at Navan. He won a Grade 2 next, with a 48-day break in between, before finishing an unbeaten campaign with a narrow success in the Champion Bumper at Cheltenham. He ought to be somewhere near the top echelons of novice hurdlers this winter over whatever trip connections decide. GORDON ELLIOTT


FAST BUCK (FR) 5 br g

After this two-time French Flat winner chased home smart Fakir D'Oudaries on his hurdling debut for team Mullins, when conceding best part of a stone, Fast Buck looked a certain winner. However, he flopped next time out and it wasn't until the summer that he broke through. That came in a weak affair, but he showed his true colours when following up at the Galway festival and is an interesting horse to follow this term. He could well be one for a big handicap. WILLIE MULLINS


FAUSTINOVICK 5 b g

Colin Tizzard is used to handling high-quality stock and he looks to have another potential star on his hands in the shape of this once-raced five-year-old. Clear second to a smart sort on his only start in a point, it was a similar story on his one run under rules. He made smooth and stealthy headway from off the pace in a Newbury bumper to chase home subsequent Grade 2 Aintree winner McFabulous, very much looking the sort to benefit from distances in advance of 2m once hurdling. He can start off steadily, with maiden hurdles a possibility, but it surely won't be long before he's competing at a higher grade and it would be no surprise were he to end up in something like the Ballymore. COI IN TIZZARD


FERNY HOLLOW (IRE) 4 bb g

Purchased for £300,000 by Harold Kirk for Willie Mullins, Ferny Hollow has the sort of price tag that means success is all but expected. He is out of the mare Mirazur, who is from the family of Champion Hurdle- winning brothers Morley Street and Granville

Again. In common with many expensive horses in this book, he did his impressing in Irish points, this one landing a 2m4f four-year-old maiden at Knockanard in February 2019 by 15 lengths, keeping on powerfully in the latter stages for then-trainer Colin Bowe. Expect this son of Westerner to be all the rage when making his debut in bumpers and there is little doubt he has the ability to rack up a few wins in that discipline. WILLIE MULLINS


FUSIL RAFFLES (FR) 4 b g

Fusil Raffles arrived late on the Triumph Hurdle scene last ter in, only making his British debut at Kempton in February, but such was the impression he created when storming to success in the Adonis that he jumped straight towards the head of the market for the Cheltenham event. Unfortunately, he failed to make it due to an injury picked up at the final flight of his Kempton win. He did manage to recover in time for Punchestown and offered a case of what might have been as he breezed to a first Grade 1 success. Highly regarded and very much expected to be a better horse with a clear run this upcoming season, he's certainly an interesting Champion Hurdle candidate in a division lacking depth. NICKY HENDERSON


GALVIN (IRE) 5 b g

Gordon Elliott does particularly well at keeping all of his owners happy, no matter what level their horses operate at, and Ronnie Bartlett must have been pleased with how Galvin was placed last season. Unraced before his rules debut, he started off in a bumper in July 2018 and won that event. He followed that up with another win in that company before picking up a maiden and two novice hurdles, two of which came in Scotland. It was easy to begin thinking that the gelding was merely useful without being anything special and connections were just targeting weak events to build up a winning profile. However, he soon dispelled that theory when he looked unlucky not to finish closer in the Grade 1 Ballymore Hurdle at Cheltenham in the spring. Conditions were too sharp for him on his final run before a summer off and it's not difficult to envisage the son of Gold Well landing plenty more races this season. GORDON ELLIOTT


GARDENS OF BABYLON (IRE) 4 b g

Joseph O'Brien enjoyed a productive juvenile hurdling campaign with this son of Camelot, winning two races before a promising third behind Pentland Hills in the Triumph Hurdle. That placed effort was quite eyecatching as he made up a fair bit of late ground, suggesting he may be better over an extra half-mile this year. He then raced in Grade 2 company when beaten half a length by the useful French Made, but he jumped poorly that day so to even go that close shows he is a horse with plenty of natural ability. Gardens Of Babylon was disappointing when last seen in the Galway Hurdle but there should be much more to come from him this season, and if he can improve his jumping there's no reason why he can't become a smart hurdling prospect. JOSEPH O’BRIEN


GET IN THE QUEUE 5 b g

This unbeaten son of Mount Nelson will always be remembered for being the last winner ridden by top jockey and the now-retired Noel Fehily but he could have a bright future too now stepping out of bumpers. He made a huge impression when winning by nine lengths on his debut at Uttoxeter and followed it up with a similarly comfortable win at Exeter. While his Newbury win, at odds of 1-3, was somewhat of a novelty, it is worth remembering the Harry Fry yard target that prize with their better bumper horses and he drew clear of the talented Prince Llywelyn in good style. Though not the strongest renewal of that particular bumper, Get In The Queue remains a hugely exciting prospect especially now he tackles hurdling. HARRY FRY


GLORY AND FORTUNE (IRE) 4 b g

It shows the regard in which Glory And Fortune is held that Tom Lacey tested him in a Cheltenham Listed race on his debut and he duly delivered with a superb four-and-a-half length win. It had been reported that Glory And Fortune was impressing his trainer before the run on New Year's Day and his class prevailed as he drew dear from two horses (Cascova and Book Of Invasions) who had won previously. He is a big horse and Lacey has taken a patient approach with him, missing the spring festivals of Cheltenham and Aintree. He may start his hurdling career at a low grade before slowly rising up through the ranks but he remains an outstanding novice hurdling prospect who could make his presence felt at Graded level, TOM LACEY


GOOD BOY BOBBY (IRE) 6 b g

Nigel Twiston-Davies has taken a patient approach with this exciting chasing prospect but he did little wrong in four starts over hurdles. He won fairly ordinary races at Carlisle, Southwell and Ffos Las but shaped with improvement on each start and this could be the year he competes at Graded level. He was last seen defeating the 127-rated Quoi De Neuf by seven lengths at Ffos Las when carrying 12st lib, which was a very solid effort. His sole defeat came to the talented Remastered but a line can be drawn through that effort as he never quite travelled with his usual imposing class. He seems to handle all grounds, is a naturally talented horse and remains a top-class prospect as a novice chaser this season. NIGEL TWISTON-DAVIES


GYPSY ISLAND (IRE) 5 b

Gypsy Island made it four wins from as many starts in bumpers when romping home in a Grade 3 at the Punchestown festival on her final outing last season. The classy mare has a serious engine and is settling better these days. Racing too freely was the mitigation offered for her sole defeat, when making her hurdling debut at Navan, but trainer Peter Fahey has always maintained she'd make up into a top jumper. Her pedigree suggests stepping up in trip won't be a cause for concern, and she is definitely one for top honours as the campaign develops. PETER FAHEY


HAZZAAR (IRE) 5 b g

Hazzaar never quite reached the heights expected of him last season having made just two starts but he certainly looks a novice hurdler to keep onside this season. He made a big impression on his debut in an Ascot bumper when running out a comfortable winner, and the form has worked out well with Prince Llywelyn, two lengths behind in second, going on to finish the same spot at Listed level Hazzaar, meanwhile, would then be sent off favourite in Ascot's typically competitive December Listed bumper. He disappointed when seventh, although he pulled hard and was reported to have been too free by Aidan Coleman. He did not run again that season but should be better suited to going over hurdles this term. TOM LACEY


HONEYSUCKLE 5 b m

Not many had the mare Honeysuckle on their list of horses to follow around a year ago, plenty wouldn't have even known her name, but the daughter of Sulamani may well be one of the stars of the 2019-20 season judged on what we've seen so far. She was a 15- length winner of a four-year-old mares' maiden point-to-point in April 2018 and changed hands four days later for 110,000 euros. New connections didn't bother with bumpers and she won a 2m4f mares' maiden hurdle on her opening start for them by 12 lengths. Then followed a mares only 2m Listed novice event before a six-length Grade 3 success in similar company upped to 2m2f. She concluded that campaign with a five-and-a-half-length victory in the top company for her sex, impressing again with the manner of how she destroyed her rivals over 2m4f. One would imagine that it will be Grade 1s all the way now and she is easily one of the most interesting mares to follow this winter. HENRY DE BROMHEAD


IF THE CAP FITS (IRE) 7 b g

Harry Fry's gelding bounced back from an injury that curtailed his novice hurdle season with pretensions of being a Champion Hurdle contender. However, he ran into the smart Verdana Blue in a couple of races over a sharp 2m and looked more of a stayer when having to dig deep to take the Ascot Hurdle in between. He then struggled around Fontwell's sharp turns in the National Spirit Hurdle, which resulted in him bypassing Cheltenham. It was no surprise to see him stepped up in trip on his final start, when contesting the Grade 1 Ryanair Stayers' Hurdle at Aintree, and he was also fitted with cheekpieces for the first time. He travelled much better this time as a result and proved very game, overcoming a last-flight blunder to just get the better of Roksana and Apple' Jade in one of the races of the season. That performance marks him out as a potential Stayers' Hurdle candidate, unless connections decide to go chasing this season, The only question is how he will handle the undulations when tackling Cheltenham for the first time. HARRY FRY


INDEFATIGABLE (IRE) 6 b m

The mares' division is more competitive these days, but Paul Webber's likeable six-year-old has already established herself as one of the best around, finishing fifth in the mares' novice at Cheltenham, and her final outing back at the same venue in April saw her improve for the step up to 2m4f, winning with ease despite a poor round of jumping. There will be a plethora of opportunities for her over hurdles this term and she should prove to be a real money-spinner. PAUL WEBBER


JON SNOW (FR) 4 br g

Having got off the mark at the third time of asking over 1n4f on the level in France, Jon Snow was subsequently gelded and snapped up for a hurdling campaign in the pink and green silks of Susannah Ricci, under the expert tutelage of Willie Mullins, Out of a half-sister to Champion Hurdle winner Binocular, he should stay no bother and winter ground isn't expected to pose any problems. WILLIE MULLINS


KALASHNIKOV (IRE) 6 br g

The winner of a Betfair Hurdle and runner-up in a Supreme Novices' Hurdle during his novice hurdle season, Kalashnikov was immediately switched to fences last term. He made a good start, winning at long odds on in ordinary contests at Warwick and Plumpton, but was subsequently beaten in Grade 2s at Kempton and Ascot, which rather dented his reputation. He was deprived of a chance to restore it in the Arkle at Cheltenham, as he was badly hampered when Ornua fell and he lost his rider. Stepped up in trip for the Grade 1 Manifesto Novices' Chase at Aintree, he showed his true colours when beating a field of talented rivals. He seems much happier going left-handed, as he has yet to score in three tries on right- handed tracks, and the Ryanair Chase is a sensible aim. AMY MURPHY


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