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Chicago Grey jumps the last on their way to victory Cheltenham 16.03.2011

Chicago Grey (near side) beats Beshabar in the National Hunt Chase


Luso records seventh winner in a week

LUSO has sired three winners in both Britain and Ireland in the past week and his six-year-old son Columbus Secret made it seven wins in that period when landing the Bill And Bunny Cadogan Memorial Handicap Chase at Perth on Thursday.

Trained by Keith Reveley, Columbus Secret has won three of ten chase starts and is a brother to capable chaser Bannow Strand.

Other recent winners by Luso were Estates Recovery at Newton Abbot on Saturday, Alta Rock at Market Rasen and The Big Boyo at Cork on Monday, Fresher Feeling at Exeter on Tuesday, and Bless N' Ject and Face Facts at Ballinrobe on Wednesday.

The son of Salse, who sired National Hunt Chase winner
Chicago Grey at the Cheltenham Festival, stands at the Southern Sport Horse Centre near Guildford for a private fee.





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