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Paul Flynn, recently crowned champion amateur in Britain, hopes to be fit to ride at Huntingdon this evening.

Flynn, who partnered 41 winners in the campaign which ended last Saturday, got off the mark on Rovestar at Towcester on Monday before giving up his two remaining rides as he was still suffering the effects of a fall from Flaked Oats in the Whitbread Gold Cup.

He sprung a rib and was bruised in the incident.

Philip Hobbs, the Minehead trainer who is Flynn's boss, said: "He's been riding out and schooling here this morning.

"He's going for precautionary X-rays this morning but he hopes to be OK for Huntingdon."