Hold Em set for Kempton spin

Keith Goldsworthy expects his stable star Hold Em to be out plying his trade again next month.

The Welshman’s gelding had a fine novice season where he won the informative Sidney Banks Novices’ Hurdle at Huntingdon before finishing down the field in the Ballymore Properties Novices’ Hurdle at the Cheltenham Festival.

He reappeared in late September to take sixth in a competitive handicap hurdle at Market Rasen.

Goldsworthy said: “Hold Em’s great and I am thinking of running him in a handicap hurdle at the next Kempton meeting.”

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