Kemboy clearance anticipated soon
Willie Mullins believes that he will have the ability this week to create entries for Punchestown Gold Cup winner Kemboy.
The Closutton trainer revealed discussions over settling the problems that have prevented him from creating plans for your Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup hopeful is going to be solved”in the following day or so”.
Kemboy and different horses have been banned from conducting because last month with a suspension placed on the ownership syndicate by Horse Racing Ireland.
When HRI announced all registrations of horses under the ownership of Supreme Horse Racing Club were voided after having a continuous failure to supply requested information that escalated.
The syndicate is no longer allowed to have or part-own horses registered under rules in Ireland.
“I understand there is a good deal of behind the scenes work going on,” said Mullins.
“From what I could gather, that could be sorted within the following day or so. It is very near being solved.”
The suspension of horses below the Supreme banner meant Kemboy could not make his intended debut from the Ladbrokes Champion Chase at Down Royal on November 2.
However, Mullins is hopeful that the issue will be sorted in time to allow him to give Kemboy an entry at the Savills Chase at Leopardstown on December 28.
Entries for the Grade One around three miles near on Wednesday.
“We are all attempting to make that deadline and at the moment I would say that looks good,” he explained.