Bradley for Mysilv

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Mysilv, one of the leading Champon Hurdle candidates, is likely to have a new riding partner at the Festival in Graham Bradley. Alan Hill, the organiser of the Elite Racing Club which owns the mare, said: "Mysilv is raring to go for the Champion. We wanted Richard Dunwoody to ride but he will probably be committed to Fortune And Fame."

Raymylette looks set to sidestep the Gold Cup in favour of the Cathcart Chase. Nick Henderson, his trainer, said yesterday: "The Gold Cup is pretty unlikely unless the going is good. He took a long time to get over his last race."

n Monday's meeting at Plumpton is in doubt due to waterlogging. The track will be inspected at 10am today.

n Ray Cochrane yesterday lost his appeal against a six-day suspension for irresponsible riding imposed by the Wolverhampton stewards last Saturday."It was a fair hearing," Cochrane said.