Eight-years-old Forest Bihan has reportedly been ruled of the rest of the season after succumbing to an injury during the Old Roan Chase last month, of which the horse won.

During the race where six of the fences were left out due to the low sun, Forest Bihan gracefully outrun his rivals towards the closing stages of the race at Aintree.

Bihan was trained by Brain Ellison, who took to the media to say via Racing Post: “Forest Bihan sustained an injury when he ran and is out for the season. It is desperately disappointing but we hope he’ll be back next season.”

However, this particular set did not discourage Ellison for Aintree, as he plans to return to the track next month with Definitly Red, who is ten years of age and stable favourite and like Forest Bihan, he is owned by Phil and Julie Martin. And is more likely to return to winning ways, in todays racing tips, we will like you to check out some interesting odds for you to keep on winning like Red.

Definitly Red, who won last season Many Clouds and Charlie Hall, didn’t make much of an impression in the Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup as he was brought down to tenth. He claimed that they have Randox Health Grand National as their primary target rather than the Cheltenham Festival, with the Becher Chase also in mind.

“Definitly Red is in great form and heads to Aintree next month. Either the Many Clouds Chase or the Becher but we are favouring the Becher Chase over the National fences with the Grand National the ultimate target.”

In other news, Jack Kennedy is eyeing a return to race-riding next week after successfully completed his exercise work on the saddle on Wednesday, according to Racing Post.

The 20-year-old jockey was seen to have fallen off his rides twice at the Punchestown, with the second fall said to have broken his collarbone while riding Swordsman.

The leading jockey has had to miss various of top stars returning to the game over the weeks, and from the looks of it will not be on the sidelines for long as he is yearning to return to the game.