Lycett's charge Well set for Showcase
WINNING chaser Wellforth has settled in well at Shaun Lycett's stable ahead of his run at the Showcase meeting.
The eight-year-old has joined the Lycett team after winning eight races, most recently at Bangor in August for his former trainer Paul Gilligan.
Lycett is hoping for a strong showing from his exciting new flag-bearer in the Ryman The Stationer Handicap Chase at Cheltenham tomorrow.
"Alain Cawley, who won on him in Ireland, has been in to ride him and he says the horse feels as well as he's ever done," said Lycett.
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"Paul has done a great job with him and he's settled in well.
"We've only had him a fortnight and we've not had to do too much with him."
Lycett is hoping to end the meeting on a high with Tinelyra in the Guy Knights Memorial Standard Open National Hunt Flat Race.
The six-year-old finished second in his three point-to-points in Ireland before joining Lycett.
"We've ironed a few problems he had and he's had a good MOT," he said.
"He seems in good order and his form is quite solid."