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Gordon Elliott: Saddles Roi Du Mee
Roi Du Mee bids to put a moderate run at Haydock behind him by defending his title in a decent renewal of the Holden Plant Rentals Chase at Tramore on New Year's Day.
Gordon Elliott's inmate thrashed Tranquil Sea in a four-runner event 12 months ago and has won three more times since, including the Champion Chase at Down Royal.
However, he was eventually tailed-off when challenging the cream of British staying chasers in the Betfair Chase at Haydock as Cue Card led the field home.
"He's in good form and he'll love the very soft ground," said Elliott.
"We're hoping he'll run a nice race. He won it last year and he got back from England okay."
Champion trainer Willie Mullins has two runners. Marito's promising novice season was derailed when he came down at Cheltenham, but he made a most encouraging reappearance to chase home stablemate Hurricane Fly in the Morgiana Hurdle.
Bishopsfurze is a useful dual-purpose performer but has not been seen since unseating his rider in the Thyestes Chase.
Mullins' son, Patrick, said: "Marito is fit and well and he ran very well the last day. He was running a cracker in Cheltenham when he came down.
"It's a very competitive race for a race down in Tramore and Roi Du Mee is going to be very hard to beat.
"We'd be hopeful, though, that our fella might be a little better than his rating (147) but he's 10lb out with Roi Du Mee, which will make it very hard to win the race.
"I'm not sure why Marito didn't go for the Paddy Power (at Cheltenham) - we didn't bring anything over in the end. We're happy with him now anyway.
"Bishopsfurze on his first run since the Thyestes last year is getting a bit of weight, but just a clear round and to come home sound would be his main objective."