Envoi Allen set sights on Drinmore Novice Chase

Envoi Allen, which is being trained by Gordon Elliott, has now secured two Cheltenham Festival victories in his belt while also keeping an unbeaten of nine race, with his eyes now on the Grade One Baroneracing.com Drinmore Novice Chase at Fairyhouse.

Having to marvel at Envoi Allen’s recent races of victories, his owners could be said to be nervous and also looking forward to his performance at the Drinmore Novice Chase at Fairyhouse, as www.cancasinos.ca have dropped the odds ahead.

The Cheveley Park Stud-owned horse will be seeking to increase his impressive unbeaten record in the Grade 1 Novice Chase, which is set to hold on Sunday despite having two Cheltenham Festival winning under his belt.

Envoi Allen had no troubles transitioning to fences at Down Royal, and he seems to have adapted flawlessly thanks to those victories he acquired. That won’t stop his owners from praising him when he pulls up an impressive performance.

Speaking to the media, managing director of Cheveley Park Stud, Chris Richardson said: “He’s a pretty special individual and barely put a foot wrong – if he did put a foot wrong – at Down Royal.

“He’s the ultimate professional, a very intelligent horse, and is a joy to be involved with. We’re fortunate to have him and he’s giving Mr. and Mrs. Thompson a huge amount of pleasure.

“The Drinmore at Fairyhouse is next and hopefully he can continue in his current vein.”

He continued: “He takes everything in his stride, he’s perfectly balanced, he’s a horse who just knows what he’s got to do.

“It’s all a bit nerve-wracking really, you are up on a pedestal waiting to be knocked off, but at the moment we’ll enjoy it. The longer this unbeaten run goes the harder his first defeat will be to stomach I imagine!

“It’s just frustrating we can’t go at the moment, it’s a great shame but that’s the way it is – thankfully racing is on and we can watch on TV.”

In other news, Aidan Coleman revealed excitement as he renews his partnership with Epatante for the Betfair Fighting Fifth Hurdle at Newcastle this Saturday, which has been well within the predictions of some high roller casino online with many punters knowing this for a fact.

The Irish Jockey has reportedly been up to ride Epatante, who won the Champion Hurdle last season in the Grade One event, following the retirement news of Barry Geraghty, who was her usual jockey, was announced in the summer.

Last year, she was able to secure victory in the Gerry Feilden at Newbury despite facing a huge challenge from Nicky Henderson’s horse, and now Coleman will be looking to repeat the same feat on Saturday.