Organisedconfusion for the Dan Moore Chase

Wed, Jan 16, 2013, 00:00

RACING: FairyhouseOrganisedconfusion hasn’t won since the 2011 Irish Grand National and will have to shoulder topweight if he is to change that statistic in Sunday’s Fairyhouse feature.

The star stayer is one of 14 left in the €75,000 Dan Moore Memorial Chase, a race with significance for trainer Arthur Moore, who has also left Lastoftheleaders in a contest named after his father.

Organisedconfusion also holds an entry in the following weekend’s Leopardstown Chase, a longer race than Sunday’s extended two-mile event.

No cross-channel horses are left in the Dan Moore, which also contains the Willie Mullins-trained Lambro who could have his first start in a handicap.

Mullins has five of the 13 remaining mares left in the Listed Solerina Hurdle on Sunday, including Grade Three winner Zuzka.

The six-time Grade One winner Solwhit will have the second start of his comeback in Saturday’s Limestone Lad Hurdle at Naas.

“The intention is for him to run at the moment. Fingers crossed all goes well between now and Saturday,” said trainer Charles Byrnes yesterday.

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