Mullins lin­ing up Kem­boy for De­cem­ber come­back

Scottish Daily Mail - - Tennis -

CHEL­TENHAM Gold Cup favourite Kem­boy could be racing again by the new year, ac­cord­ing to one of the men hop­ing to sort out the dis­pute over his own­er­ship. The Sav­ills Chase at Leop­ard­stown on De­cem­ber 28 is be­ing lined up for Kem­boy’s come­back. The Wil­lie Mullinstra­ined chaser is one of the horses that car­ried the colours of the Supreme Racing Club. They are cur­rently barred from racing in a dis­pute con­cern­ing over-sell­ing of shares. Horse Racing Ire­land have voided all reg­is­tra­tions of the Supreme Racing Club and its share­hold­ers are now try­ing to thrash out an agree­ment to get the 29 horses that ran in Supreme colours racing again. US busi­ness­man Brett Gra­ham, who claims he has pro­vided proof to HRI of his 40-per-cent stake in Kem­boy, said he hoped ex-Supreme horses could even be re-reg­is­tered this week. Gra­ham said: ‘We were ready to roll before HRI made their an­nounce­ment and now we are in full im­ple­men­ta­tion mode as far as re-reg­is­ter­ing the horses, start­ing with Kem­boy. ‘Wil­lie is look­ing at all the horses and the en­try cal­en­dar.’

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