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    For Non Stop : Chaser trained by Nick Williams

    For Non Stop (IRE)

    7-y-o (02May05 b g)
    Alderbrook (17.0f) Lost Link (IRE) (Shernazar (11.4f))

    Report: Betfred Monet's Garden Old Roan Chase (Limited Handicap) Grade 2, 2m4f, 4yo+

    FOR NON STOP ran away with the Old Roan Chase to leave trainer Nick Williams considering a crack at next month's Paddy Power Gold Cup.

    For Non Stop looked a smart prospect as he left more experienced rivals toiling in his wake and Williams said: "That was a good performance. He's carried on from last season, he seems to improve each season. Entries close on Tuesday for the Paddy Power and we'll consider it."
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    Tanya Stevenson

    Over jumps For Non Stop was awesome at Aintree and it is hard at this point to see who can beat him at Cheltenham if he is directed at the Paddy Power Gold Cup.

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    Last season's Ryanair third and runaway Old Roan Chase winner, For Non Stop, bought by Matt Coleman for 175,000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Super Bobs View Post
    Last season's Ryanair third and runaway Old Roan Chase winner, For Non Stop, bought by Matt Coleman for 175,000.
    Off to the Us for American National - Hunt Ball over there now too.

    THE second and final session of the DBS August Sale brought with it the dispersal of the successful owner partnership of Jared Sullivan and Chris Giles. Eight of the pair's horses entered the ring, including Grade 1-winning chaser For Non Stop, who topped proceedings when knocked down to Matt Coleman of Anthony Stroud Bloodstock for 175,000.

    The eight-year-old has been a consistent performer for Nick Williams and is now set for a career in the US.

    "He has been brought for Sean Clancy, who is a friend and bloodstock agent in America," said Coleman. "He's going straight for the American National at Far Hills in October.

    "He has a good record fresh and was impressive when winning the Old Roan Chase first time out last season."

    The Alderbrook gelding finished third to Cue Card in the Ryanair Chase at the Cheltenham Festival this year. For Non Stop will be following a similar path to that of high-class chaser Hunt Ball, who was also recently sold to the US.

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