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Calipto: Heads the Triumph Hurdle entries
A total of 26 runners remain in contention for next Friday's JCB Triumph Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.
The big names towards the top of the market have all stood their ground with Calipto and Le Rocher representing Paul Nicholls and Nick Williams respectively.
Alternative targets have been mooted for both Activial and Goodwood Mirage but connections have left their options open by leaving their juveniles in the Grade One contest.
Willie Mullins has five runners to choose from as horses from his yard form the bulk of a 12 strong Irish entry that includes leading fancies Guitar Pete and Tiger Roll as well as Plinth from the Ballydoyle yard of Aidan O'Brien.
John Ferguson's impressive Musselburgh winner Broughton remains engaged while John Quinn could run both Rutherglen and Pearl Castle.