Warrior up twenty pounds over hurdles

Mon 3rd Dec 2012, 16:13

photoThe Tom Mullins trained King Of Queens is up ten pounds for his win at Fairyhouse on Saturday
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By Donal Murphy
The handicapper has raised Bog Warrior a massive twenty pounds after his easy eight length success over hurdles at Fairyhouse on Saturday.

The Tony Martin trained gelding is the biggest mover in this weeks revised National Hunt Ratings and he is now on a mark of 143 over hurdles.

Monksland has been upped twelve pounds to a mark of 157 for finishing second in the Hatton's Grace Hurdle at Fairyhouse yesterday.

King Of Queens and Midnight Game both won at Fairyhouse on Saturday and they have both gone up ten pounds to marks of 136 and 149 respectively.

Zuzka is another significant mover in the ratings and she has gone up seven pounds to a rating of 137 after her good run in the Grade 1 Royal Bond Novice Hurdle.

Voler La Vedette and So Young have seen their marks decrease after disappointing in the Hattons Grace.

Voler La Vedette is now rated 154 (down three pounds) while So Young is down four pounds to 153.

Over fences Whiskey And Red is the biggest mover. The Colin Bowe trained gelding is up twelve pounds to a rating of 94 after he won at Thurles on Thursday.

Mares Lead Kindly Light and Avondhu Lady are both up seven pounds to a mark of 128 after they won on Saturday and Sunday at Fairyhouse.

Significant movers over hurdles

* Bog Warrior ( 20) now 143

* Monksland ( 12) now 157

* King Of Queens ( 10) now 136

* Midnight Game ( 10) now 149

* Rating Queen ( 9) now 94

* Zuzka ( 7) now 137

* Lough Roe Lady ( 7) now 113

* Liszt ( 6) now 109

* High Class Show ( 5) now 94

* Sherika ( 5) now 85

* Voler La Vedette (-3) now 154

* So Young (-4) now 153

Significant movers over chases

* Whiskey And Red ( 12) now 94

* Saoirse Dun ( 8) now 103

* Lead Kindly Light ( 7) now 128

* Avondhu Lady ( 7) now 128

* Murchu ( 5) now 113

* Far Away So Close ( 4) now 134

* Optime ( 4) now 84

Monksland may step up in trip at Christmas

Noel Meade will consider stepping Monksland up to three miles on his next appearance following a fine run in defeat in the Hatton's Grace Hurdle.