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Kauto Star and Ruby WalshSign up to FREE daily email alerts from dailyrecord SportSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailTHE Star has left the building but his show keeps on hitting the headlines.The greatest National Hunt horse in living memory took his leave from Ditcheat on Tuesday, his home of nearly nine years, and yes, floods of tears certainly flowed.What was not on the agenda was a bitter final chapter to Kauto Star’s epic career in the care of Paul Nicholls and his team at their Somerset base.Owner Clive Smith’s plan to have the recently retired horse move to Laura Collett’s yard, with a view to the 12 year old being trained for dressage, has put a strain on the relationship between owner and trainer.Not to mention other members of Team Ditcheat who were clearly distressed at the decision to remove their hero from the yard.Smith had revealed on Monday that Kauto would be leaving after a Boxing Day appearance at Kempton.But Nicholls decided to take the bull by the horns and fast forward his No.1’s departure after a meeting with staff, clearly not wanting to prolong what would have been an emotional couple of weeks for them.Read MoreAlan King hope for Stan James Champion HurdleSmith has been a very fortunate owner, with the mercurial Master Minded also running in his colours in Nicholls’s care, but many will be questioning the likelihood of another superstar rolling off the Ditcheat conveyor belt anytime soon in the wake of what has been said in a very public spat.The trainer is obviously raging that he and his valued team were never consulted, and Nicholls appears to have been under the impression that Kauto Star would live out his years with head lad Clifford Baker, closest of all the staff to the legend.Insiders, who have forgotten more about racing than I’ll ever know, claim Kauto Star isn’t bred for dressage, isn’t the best mover and doesn’t look like a horse who would take to the discipline.It’s a damn shame it has come to this for the Star but maybe the old boy might yet return to the home where he was so greatly loved.? Del Boy and Rodney’s Jolly Boys’ Outing to Margate was but a pale beano compared with the bus jaunt I enjoyed to Kelso Races last Sunday.Pick up points at Greenock Cricket and Partick Bowling Club ensured no shortage of drink, or thirsty punters to make the trip go with a festive swing. Well, maybe festive stagger would be more accurate in this case.