Racing's most improved horse, Hunt Ball, has what it takes to go the extra mile of becoming a star of the jump racing season.
While being part of a training operation that has no gallops of its own, the horse's recent achievement is fantastic for owner Anthony Knott.
He has backed the horse to win £1million, an act that shows his confidence in the seven-year-old gelding.
The plan is for the Cheltenham Gold Cup to act as Hunt Ball's spring-board towards the season's two biggest titles, the King George VI Chase and the gold cup itself.
He currently stands as the second favourite for the gold cup and completing all would net a seven figure payout from bookmakers.
It would be a real fairytale for the the 'smaller' person and horse with countryside roots to come away with the major trophies.
I am really pleased to see how a modest horse and owner has created a big impact on racing. It proves that with hard work and determination a person, no matter how popular or high-profiled, can pull off an achievement similar to Knotts with Hunt Ball.
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