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Allaho ready to put on a show in King George VI Chase


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Despite an extended spell on the sidelines, former Punchestown Gold Cup winner has the ability to see off rivals

The balance of power in National Hunt racing has shifted remorselessly towards Ireland in general and Willie Mullins in particular in recent years, and Allaho (2.30) could underline the point when he runs for just the second time in 20 months in the King George VI Chase at Kempton Park on Boxing Day.

The racing world can move on swiftly when a horse is on the sidelines and Mullins’s Galopin Des Champs, the Gold Cup winner last season, has overtaken Allaho as the top-rated chaser in training since his last Grade One victory in April 2022.

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