18:05 Uttoxeter Sat 19 May 2018
Impressive winner over an extended 3m1f at Southwell (good-to-soft) last December and has run well twice since including when fourth at Huntingdon (good) last month on his return from a break.
Struggled since winning over 2m5f at Fakenham (heavy) in January. Cheekpieces worn for that success return here having been replaced with blinkers last time.
Point-to-point winner ran well to finish 4L second over an extended 2m3f at Sedgefield (good) last October. Had wind surgery since and worth a check in the market with a useful amateur booked to ride.
Well held in two completed starts since finishing third in a novice hurdle at Carlisle (2m1f, soft) last October. Pulled up at Towcester (2m4f, soft) on chase and handicap debut last time.
Dual winner over fences but most recent win was over two years ago now. Races off a mark 9lb lower than for his most recent chase success and has a leading jockey in the saddle on this occasion.
Registered her first victory on her first appearance since wind surgery when winning a 2m5f handicap hurdle at Ludlow (good) earlier this week. One for the shortlist on just her second start over fences.
Plumpton winner over an extended 2m3f on good-to-soft ground in March 2017 but absent since finishing fifth at Newton Abbot in June of that year. Worth a check in the market on return to action.
Well held since finishing third over an extended 3m1f at Southwell (good-to-soft) in February last year. Races from out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A DunnJ: R P McLernon|
Just A Feeling (11/8), Between The Waters (9/4), Silent Man (7/1), Little Windmill (11/1), Thoonavolla (14/1), Goonjim (16/1), Tequila Secret (22/1), The Jugopolist (25/1), Midnight Owle (33/1)
- Just A Feeling
- Between The Waters
- Silent Man
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Richard Mann previews an interesting day of racing with a couple of young Alan King-trained hurdlers of particular interest and Supreme Racing Club taking on the big boys in Ireland.
It's all-weather racing all the way for Richard Mann on Thursday with the Sporting Life Daily Nap running at Southwell.
David Clough makes Anycity his best Thursday bet at Southwell and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.