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Bristol De Mai has options at Kempton, Haydock and Ascot in the coming weeks.
Bristol De Mai has no shortage of options
The Nigel Twiston-Davies-trained six-year-old was a Grade One winner as a novice last season but has finished second on both outings this term.
He chased home Seeyouatmidnight at Carlisle in October before finishing runner-up to Otago Trail in the Rehearsal Chase at Newcastle.
"Bristol De Mai has got targets in January," said Anthony Bromley, racing manager to owners Simon Munir and Isaac Souede.
"He might have an entry at Kempton on Lanzarote Hurdle day (January 14) but he's more likely to wait until the week after.
"There's the Peter Marsh at Haydock or a £70,000 handicap over two-mile-five at Ascot.
"I imagine he'll go that weekend and we'll decide where nearer the time."
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