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Rising stars all look set to make their mark

By Gallops Reporter.   Last Updated: 07/11/12 12:39pm

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Henderson: Set for a promising week

Henderson: Set for a promising week

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The Gallops Report for Wednesday comes from Lambourn and includes Celtus, Thanks For Coming and others.

Nicky Henderson should do well with his bumper and novice chase runners during the remainder of the week, with several of that number working well at Seven Barrows.

YOUR TEPEE OR MINE landed an ordinary bumper at Ffos Las in the summer but has done well and could go to Sandown on Saturday.

KARAZHAN has also worked nicely since landing a Bangor bumper at the end of last month and this Dr Fong gelding is earmarked for an identical race at Wincanton.

RIVER MAIGUE has schooled adequately and will soon have his attention turned to novice hurdling.

The gelded son of Irish Derby winner Zagreb won a point-to-point in Ireland as well as an Ayr bumper on his second start for Henderson last season.

In the popular colours of Michael Buckley, River Maigue looks a progressive type and one to follow.

CELTUS hasn't been the easiest to train, suffering with wind trouble since coming over from the south of France.

However, he has the size and scope to be a better chaser and has schooled promisingly.

THANKS FOR COMING lost out narrowly to Creekside on his debut over fences but that was a solid first run in a chase and he'll be fancied to go one better at Sandown.

SPARTAN ANGEL is inexperienced but after some efficient schooling can go well in a novice hurdle, while ONE LUCKY LADY and FOXBRIDGE are worth noting for handicap hurdles soon.


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