Racing News: Aintree Grand National Meeting sees fresh setback for Clan Des Obeaux, ruled out of return.

Clan Des Obeaux Misses Aintree Due to Injury

Get ready for some bad news for everyone who was eagerly waiting for the return of the dual King George VI Chase winner. Paul Nicholls has announced that Clan Des Obeaux will not be participating in the Grand National Meeting due to a suspensory injury.

Owned by Paul Barber, Ged Mason, and Sir Alex Ferguson, the 11-year-old was supposed to defend his Aintree Bowl title at the Grand National Meeting. However, the rehab process has not been smooth for him, and he will not be back on the track until next season.

The five-times Grade One winner was showing signs of improvement, but Nicholls felt they had run out of time to make it to Aintree. He said: “We have run out of time to get him ready, so we will just have to wait until next season.”

The latest flare-up might be disappointing news for all the fans, but it is the best decision for Clan Des Obeaux’s long-term health.

Sir Alex Ferguson holds aloft the Betway Bowl trophy after Clan Des Obeaux's victory at Aintree
Co-owner Sir Alex Ferguson holds aloft the Betway Bowl trophy after Clan Des Obeaux’s victory at Aintree

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