19:30 Southwell Tue 15 May 2018
Maiden point-to-point winner last May but yet to beat a horse home in three starts over hurdles. Hard to see how he does any better here.
Some promise in a couple fo bumpers but some shoddy hurdling cost him on hurdles debut and he unseated early. Needs a clear round if he's to take a share of the prizemoney home.
Not beaten all that far by the top-class Willoughby Court in a bumper back in 2015 but only seen twice since then, and has shown nothing. Hard to fancy.
Purchased for £110,000 after winning debut at Market Rasen and has by far and away the best hurdles form in the race after a neck second at Ascot last time. Faces the simplest of tasks here and a clear round should suffice.
Just a modicum of promise in a couple of bumpers but last on hurdles debut, weakening out of things quickly. Can't be considered the likely winner here.
Last Year's Winner
Settie Hill (1/14), Delirious Love (8/1), Circuit Court (12/1), Simply Mani (16/1), Golden Sandstorm (40/1)
- Settie Hill
- Delirious Love
- Golden Sandstorm
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