Another Many Clouds? Colin Parker Memorial runners out to take Carlisle by storm
A big day for Carlisle, where the Colin Parker Memorial Intermediate Chase (3.45) takes centre stage on Sunday and the runners have plenty to live up to as recent winners include Waiting Patiently and Many Clouds.
Mister Whitaker is perhaps the most high profile runner in the race as he won the novice handicap chase at the Cheltenham Festival, but Rene's Girl is well regarded by the prolific Dan Skelton, while Cyrname represents Paul Nicholls, a trainer who knows a thing or two about classy chasers.
Huntingdon also races in Britain, while Ireland's champion jumps trainer Willie Mullins has ten of the 20 runners in the feature handicap (3.00) on the Flat at Naas.
Naas (first race at: 12.20)
Good, good to soft in places
Good to yielding (hurdle course), yielding, good to yielding in places (chase).
Good. Rail movements: 1.10 & 1.45 +35y, 2.20 +41y, 2.50 +36y, 3.25 +37y & 3.55 +53y.
1.30 Carlisle Risk And Roll 9-1 (from 10-1)
2.30 Naas Vocal Music 8-1 (from 9-1)
3.45 Carlisle Thomas Patrick 4-1 (from 9-2)
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