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Cheltenham May Sale moved to May 5

BRIGHTWELLS has announced that its Cheltenham May Horses in Training and Point to Point Sale will this year be moved to run inconjunction with the course's Hunter Chase Meeting on Wednesday May 5.

Last year's sale brought an average price of £15,510, when David Pipe's useful-looking youngster Chartreux and Rebecca Curtis's The Jigsaw Man, both winners of bumper and hurdle races since, went through the ring.

The Hunter ChaseMeeting Sale will have a late closing date and will be limited in the number of horses taken which will also include wild card entries.

Entries may be sold as they stand or subject to veterinary examination.

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