WILLIE MULLINS is set to unleash stable stars Al Boum Photo, Chacun Pour Soi, Allaho, Energymene, Appreciate it and Ferny Hollow this weekend.
Although his proven chasing stars hold multiple entries, Chacun Pour Soi is likely to target the Grade 1 Tingle Creek at Sandown on Saturday.
Dual Gold Cup victor Al Boum Photo is then set to face Henry de Bromhead's Envoi Allen in the John Durkan (Grade 1) at Punchestown on Sunday.
Allaho's destination remains uncertain. But Energymene, such an impressive novice last season, when unbeaten in four starts over fences, including two Grade 1 pots, is expected to reappear in the Hilly Way (Grade 2) at Cork on Sunday.
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