16:50 Market Rasen Sun 20 May 2018
Won well in both November and December for Jonjo O'Neill beofre joining current yard. Fell at 1st at Doncaster in February on debut for new connections then pulled up last time over hurdles at Ffos Las. Better ground should help but looks risky.
Last two successes have come at this track over 2m5f (back in 2016) but went close at Southwell last month and runs off the same mark. Shouldn't be too far away from the action.
Better known as a hurdler and has fallen on two of his three career starts over fences. Connections gve him another chance in this sphere and runs off 9lb lower than his last hurdles rating. Interesting if market support comes for him.
Won a Southwell bumper for Tom Lacey in November 2016. Joined current yard in October and has been a beaten favourite on both occasions. Step up in trip worth a try but looks a risky proposition.
Scored at Worcester in October off a mark of 113 and was outclassed in listed event at Cheltenham last month. This is more her level and 2lb drop in wieghts will help the cause. Should give her amateur rider a good spin once again.
Won over this trip at Southwell in October and patently failed to stay the marathon trip at Warwick last time. Drop back in distance should help and may strip fitter so is not out of it.
Yard been among the winners of late. Rattled off a fine four-timer last spring but went up 37lb in the handicap as a result. Could do with a little help from the assessor but may stage some sort of a revival with the sun on his back.
Second start for current yard having been very lightly raced over last 18 months. Not disgraced when third over hurdles last time out, but on balance others make more appeal in a competitive race.
Last Year's Winner
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Agamemmon (2/1), Cusheen Bridge (10/3), Beneficial Joe (11/2), Aunty Ann (7/1), Chantara Rose (7/1), Amber Gambler (12/1), Clubs Are Trumps (12/1), Powerful Symbol (12/1), No Such Number (28/1)
- Cusheen Bridge
- Aunty Ann
- Beneficial Joe
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