20:35 Uttoxeter Sat 19 May 2018
Faller in a bumper on debut for Neil Mulholland in December and well held on debut for this yard last month. Others make more appeal.
Unraced home-bred son of Black Sam Bellamy. Dam successful five times on the Flat and worth a check in the market with a tongue tie worn on racecourse debut.
Good effort in finishing runner-up in a point-to-point in Ireland in December and purchased for £75,000 subsequently. One to note for a stable who have had a few winners (5/32) of late.
Well beaten 12th when making his debut in a bumper over an extended 1m5f at Huntingdon (soft) in January. Likely to struggle once more.
Unraced son of Stowaway bought for €85,000 at the sales in June last year. Half-brother to a point-to-point winner and represents a stable in good form (5/30) at present.
Beaten 13½L when finishing eighth of nine in a bumper over 1m5f at Doncaster (good-to-soft) in December. Probably best watched at present.
Improved effort when finishing 5L fifth at Sedgefield (2m1f, good) on first start since joining this yard last month. Likely to find at least one too good in this however.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton|
Seven De Baune (15/8), Eyehaveagoodidea (2/1), Little Jack (9/4), Global Anchor (7/2), Cross Of Steel (10/1), Bachy Baby (12/1), Off The Beat (12/1), Yalla Habibti (16/1), Troy Dee Knee (25/1)
- Little Jack
- Seven De Baune
- Global Anchor
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