Magnanimity Could Be Treated For Wind Prob

Tue 4th Dec 2012, 12:24

Magnanimity (centre)
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Dessie Hughes may have to treat Magnanimity for a wind problem after the eight-year-old trailed home in the Hennessy Gold Cup.

The Gigginstown House Stud-owned gelding showed well for a long way until weakening totally out of contention at the business end to finish 12th, some 76 lengths behind the winner, Bobs Worth.

"He's OK, but he might have a wind problem, so we might have to do something about that," said the Curragh trainer.

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