He has grown and grown, and he is turning out to be a fine big horse. Everyone who got off him last season loved him, but said he was just very weak and backward. I'd say you've only seen a shadow of his ability. He is a brother to Lisdoonvarna Lad, and despite not living up to our expectations, I still like him. He hasn't been given the nicest handicap mark (110) for a horse who was weak last season. Whereas I'm not 100% sure if I'm going chasing or hurdling with his older brother, this horse will go chasing, even though he is a year younger. This is because jumping is what he loves and what he is good at. He has developed and strengthened up a huge amount since last season and I look forward to seeing him over a fence.
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