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Cristoph Star Syndicate 86-9239 RPR 88h Was placed in a few bumpers over the summer and has one good run over hurdles too, so we'll head back over hurdles.
Reprinted with permission -- The Toronto Star Syndicate.
The daughter of Overbury is leased by the Star Syndicate, made up of members of the Star Racing Club and represented by the Irish Daily Star's racing correspondent Brian Flanagan, whose smile masked the fact that he hadn't invested.
Auspicious Outlook gave the Star syndicate and trainer Jessica Harrington victory in the concluding bumper on Friday, while the Pride & Soul Syndicate celebrated the win of Prospectorous in Saturday's Charity Stakes, the concluding event of the festival.
The Ulster trainer Colin McBratney has an interesting bumper horse in Sydney Des Pictons, owned by the Northern Star syndicate, who took the bumper at Fairyhouse on Wednesday.
Edward O'Grady trains the seven-yearold, who returned 7-2 joint-favourite, for the Star Syndicate, which is made up of readers of the Star newspaper, who pay an annual subscription of pounds 20 which entitles them to discounted admission to a number of racecourses plus a share in two horses.
Future All Star 5g Fourstars Allstar - Live It Up Ten Star Syndicate 6 Ran a bit green on his debut, and I'd say he won't be seen at his best until he runs over a trip.
Gleaming Light 5m Deploy - Selshion Moss Your a Star Syndicate 5/3 An exciting filly who's had two runs in bumpers.