Any Second Now wins Kim Muir for McManus & Walsh

Thu 14th Mar 2019, 18:16

photoAny Second Now (far side)
©Healy Racing Photos
The J.P. McManus owned Any Second Now won the concluding Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Amateur Riders' Handicap Chase at Cheltenham today, securing a third Irish winner on the day.

Trainer by Ted Walsh and ridden by jockey Derek O'Connor, the 6-1 winner galloped all the way up the Cheltenham hill to hold off Kilfilum Cross and fast-finishing The Young Master.

Any Second Now was chalking up a third win on the day in the green and gold of McManus.

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