13:30 Warwick Sat 10 February 2018
Impressive maiden hurdle winner at Fakenham (soft) over 2m4f in December. Disappointed at that same venue when only second subsequently and he is one for the shortlist in this contest.
Point-to-point winner on yielding ground in May 2016 but absent for well over a year prior to finishing eighth in a Newbury (soft) bumper last month. Making his hurdling debut today.
Point-to-point winner on yielding-to-soft ground on the second of two starts in that sphere last spring and purchased for £45,000 subsequently. Making his hurdling debut today.
Point-to-point winner last April and followed up in a novice hunter chase the following month. Had a wind op since his latest outing and makes his debut for a new yard today.
Signs of ability on the second of three hurdling starts in December but well held subsequently and likely to be of more interest once tackling handicaps.
Ran well in three bumpers but well below that form on hurdles debut at Ludlow (2m5f, soft) last time out and probably best watched on this occasion.
Pulled up on racecourse debut and beaten 50L in a maiden hurdle at Uttoxeter (2m, heavy) subsequently. Others make more appeal today.
Last Year's Winner
|Aintree My Dream||7||11-10||1/1|
|T: D SkeltonJ: Bridget Andrews|
Rio Quinto (5/6), Victarion (9/2), Royal Tara (5/1), Louse Talk (8/1), Drovers Lane (16/1), Sartene's Son (22/1), Zebi Boy (40/1)
- Rio Quinto
- Louse Talk
- Royal Tara
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