CHELTENHAM Gold Cup contender Kemboy could be back out on a racecourse soon after Horse Racing Ireland revealed they will be accepting entries for the seven-year-old.
Willie Mullins’ smart chaser has been caught up in the middle of an ownership dispute which saw all Supreme Horse Racing Club’s horses suspended from racing.
However, Horse Racing Ireland announced on Wednesday that they will now be accepting entries for Kemboy, Aramon, Cadmium, Defy De Mee, Harrie, Hybery and Robin De Carlow who have all been cleared to race after a new ownership syndicate was formed.
HRI said: “New registrations have been formed under new syndicates comprising members who have come forward as shareholders in those horses.”
Kemboy had been due to make his seasonal reappearance in the Champion Chase at Down Royal earlier in the month but was unable to run.
Noel Meade’s Road To Respect took full advantage of his absence that day defeating King George winner Clan Des Obeaux into second.