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Fourteen Declared for Listowel Hunters Chase

Fourteen horses have been declared for the Listowel Supporters Hunters Chase on Monday evening. 
The €10,000 contest is for horses that have been placed in a point-to-point or hunters chase since September 2015, but have not won under rules proper since March 2018. 
There are host on interesting contenders amongst the declarations included last years winner On The Fringe, with Aine O’Connor booked to retain the partnership.  
Timmy Hyde’s All Hell Let Loose has been second in a host of opens this season and Drawn and Drank is another with plenty of open form. 
Mount Colah was highly rated under rules in his prime and the 13-year-old ran well on his reappearance at Loughanmore recently finishing second to Kruzhlinin and Noel McParlan certainly has a great partnership with the gelding.
The Shark Hanlon – trained Rewritetherules also comes into this contest in fantastic form having won his last two hunter chases under Tom Hamilton. 
Flirting Lesa was a winner at the Punchestown Festival recently while Top Question is also one to watch having recorded a wide margin maiden win recently. 

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