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Noel Meade: Saddles two runners
Noel Meade is keen to see how Mullaghanoe River fares in Saturday's Boylesports.com Killiney Novice Chase at Leopardstown before deciding on whether he will be part of his Cheltenham Festival team.
The six-year-old got off the mark over fences at the fifth attempt when striking at Punchestown a fortnight ago and now steps up to Grade Two level against three opponents.
One of those rivals is stable companion Road To Riches, who is officially the highest rated of the quartet but was pulled up in the Grade One Racing Post Novice Chase at Leopardstown last month.
Meade said: "Two miles was too sharp for Road To Riches the last day. He was put on his head the whole way, ended up making a mistake and Paul (Carberry) pulled him up.
"This trip might suit him better and we'll see how he goes. Hopefully we'll be able to work out better which direction we're heading with him after this run
"It's a similar story with Mullaghanoe River. He has been in good form since the last day and came out of the race well.
"How he runs this weekend will tell us a bit more about where we should go with him and help make up our minds about Cheltenham and things like that.
"He needs to get his jumping together a little bit, but hopefully he'll do that."
Willie Mullins is represented by Djakadam, who looked a smart prospect when winning on his chasing debut at this track and receives weight from his three elders.
The quartet is completed by the Dessie Hughes-trained Bright New Dawn.