Might Bite considered for Kempton
Might Bite, the extremely unlucky loser of the Kauto Star Novices' Chase, could be back on the track this week.
Might Bite: Has been schooling well since this incident
The eight-year-old may return to Kempton, where he fell at the final fence when well clear of the opposition in the Grade One over three miles on Boxing Day.
Trainer Nicky Henderson has given him an entry in the Matchbook Traders Conference Graduation Chase at Kempton on Friday.
Alternatively, Might Bite could wait for the Sodexo Reynoldstown Novices' Chase at Ascot on February 18 as he builds-up for a possible crack at the RSA Chase at next month's Cheltenham Festival.
"We might have him out at the end of this week," said Henderson.
"There's a Graduation Chase at Kempton on Friday or we could look at the Reynoldstown.
"He's been schooling well and he did a nice bit of work on Saturday morning.
"He is the one for the RSA if he goes there."
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