14:10 Market Rasen Sun 20 May 2018
Done well on AW last couple of seasons and has already shown ability obver timber, winning nicely over C&D last time on just his second start. This looks a fine opportunity to follow up as long as the ground doesn't dry out.
Stowaway gelding cost €64,000 as a three-year-old. Raceourse bow in March in Ludlow bumper, running green for much of the way and finishing down the field. Sure to have benefitted from the experience and a fair hurdles debut is quite possible.
Runner-up in three of four bumpers for Neil Mulholland before joined current yard last monthand made modest hurdling debut at Uttoxeter. More needed but clearly does possess some ability.
Drops back in trip having struggled to see out extra distance when runner-up here last month. Decent second at this track in November over 2m2f and has top jockey on board.
Shown nothing in three starts so far over timber and looks out of sorts. Won three-runner Yarmouth maiden last term on Flat but clearly flattered by that success and is readily overlooked.
Third in Perth bumper last July. Shaped with a modicum of promise on hurdles bow at Ayr recently, racing in touch until weakening 2 out. May do a little better but others are preferred.
Hasn't beaten a horse home in her last 8 starts and remains a maiden after 32 career starts. Long odds-on to still be a maiden after 33 starts.
Last Year's Winner
|I'll Be Your Clown||6||11-5||1/7|
|T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton|
L'inganno Felice (6/5), Tayzar (7/4), Mac Tottie (4/1), Best To Come (12/1), Lady Samback (50/1), Investigation (100/1), Rosie Hall (150/1)
- L'inganno Felice
- Best To Come
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