De Bromhead has Plan for England
Henry de Bromhead raised the possibility of a return to England this season with Some Plan following his successful Irish debut at Punchestown on Wednesday.
Henry de Bromhead, trainer of Some Plan
Snapped up by leading owner Roger Brookhouse following an encouraging bumper debut at Down Royal for trainer Brian Hamilton, the eight-year-old won twice over hurdles for Tom George, but failed to add to his tally after joining champion trainer Paul Nicholls last season.
Switched to fences for the first time on his first start for De Bromhead, Some Plan made every yard of the running under David Mullins and looks ready for a step up in grade.
"I've had him since July and he's a 145-rated hurdler who jumps well and strikes me as a chasing type," said the Knockeen-based trainer.
"It is no mean feat to jump around Punchestown at the first attempt.
"He has a few options now where to go next – we could look at England, which would suit the owner."
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