Willie Mullins looks to have another nice juvenile on his hands this season with Blood Destiny landing the second race of his career over hurdles at Fairyhouse on Saturday.
Second in France back in April 2022 behind Bo Zenith for Gary Moore, he was then bought and sent to Willie Mullins and on both his starts to date looks an absolute weapon.
Sent to Cork on seasonal/yard debut back in December, he went on to win by five lengths but it could have been much more having never been asked to extend.
Seen again on Saturday at Fairyhouse he went on to bolt up by 18 lengths in a better event on soft/heavy ground and he now sees himself has the second favourite behind stablemate Lossiemouth for the Triumph Hurdle.
Having won at Cork in December he went from 40/1 into 20/1 for the race and having been backed since into 16/1, at the weekend he contracted even more now being a general 5/1 for the Grade One.