Kemboy is qualified to race after Horse Racing Ireland announced it will take entries to the Cheltenham Gold Cup contender along with six horses possessed from the Supreme Horse Racing Club.
HRI has agreed registrations from a possession syndicate for seven horses previously under the Supreme bannerads.
The horses include Aramon, Cadmium De Mee, Harrie, Hybery and Robin De Carlow.
Kemboy can consequently be entered to your Savills Chase at Leopardstown – last year he won, as well as taking the Betway Bowl and the Punchestown Gold Cup.
Trainer Willie Mullins said on Monday he hoped the issue could be solved in time for the entry deadline of Wednesday to the Grade One 3 kilometers.
On Wednesday morning, a statement which recorded the Supreme horses which can be enrolled was issued by HRI.
It included:The new registrations are formed under new syndicates comprising members who have come forward as shareholders in these horses.
The new syndicates have consented that any prize money earned will be held inside their Horse Racing Ireland syndicate account, and no withdrawals will be allowed until at the end of the 2019/2020 National Hunt season.
This will allow members the time to take additional steps, such as finalising the shareholding in every horse.
Horse Racing Ireland anticipate added horses, formerly registered under Supreme Horse Racing Club, to be enrolled through a similar process in the forthcoming days.
All horses possessed by Supreme are barred from conducting with a suspension originally placed on the syndicate by HRI since last month.
That escalated this month when it was declared all registrations of horses beneath the possession of Supreme were voided, following the syndicate failure to supply requested information.
Supreme is no more permitted to possess or part-own horses.
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