15:35 Ludlow Sun 13 May 2018
Smart front-runner but made far too many mistakes at Newton Abbot last time and ultimately paid the price when unseating the rider. Won at Musselburgh the time before and not out of this if bouncing back.
Won at Aintree last summer but has been struggling since. Another who likes to front runner but hard to fancy after he was tailed off last time.
Won at Uttoxeter in July and back to form with a fair second last time out. Two of his wins have come over C&D and respected on a fair mark here.
In good form last summer with a couple of placed efforts here before going on to win at Perth in good fashion. Ran well on first start since a wind op at Aintree last time and not ruled out here.
Impressive when winning at Worcester in September but has not been in the same form since. Has a first start since a wind op here and not out of this with the Champion Jockey booked to ride.
In a poor run of form when last seen at the back end of 2017 and not beaten a rival home in his last three starts. Entitled to need this on his return.
Won in impressive fashion at Sandown before Christmas but couldn't back that up one month later at Catterick. Freshened up since and not out of this if bouncing back.
Won at Worcester in 2017 and while he was tailed off when last seen at Bangon a month ago, he was entitled to need that run. May do better here.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Jonjo O'NeillJ: Aidan Coleman|
Mad Jack Mytton (5/2), Baby King (10/3), Marracudja (9/2), Workbench (9/2), Noche De Reyes (6/1), Theflyingportrait (15/2), Festive Affair (9/1), Altiepix (9/1), Pearls Legend (12/1), Vikekhal (20/1)
- Festive Affair
- Mad Jack Mytton
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