Murphy hoping Roque returns quickly
Quito De La Roque
(Healy Racing Photos)
The nine-year-old, owned by the Gigginstown House Stud, was a late absentee from the Grade Two contest over three miles and a furlong.
The race was won by another Gigginstown horse Roi Du Mee that Quito De La Roque had beaten in the Kinloch Brae Chase at Thurles last month.
"It doesn't seem serious and hopefully we'll have him back in action later in the week," said the County Wexford-based Murphy.
"I'm not sure where he will run next. I didn't look beyond the Bobbyjo.
"If he's back on the track later this week then we'll see what the owners want to do about him running at Cheltenham.
"He's in the Grand National and we have options everywhere."
Upsie looked an another smart French recruit for Willie Mullins when running out a cosy winner of the opening maiden hurdle at Naas this afternoon.