14:55 Uttoxeter Wed 20 June 2018
Produced a big run after three years on the sidelines in February but has produced two disappointing efforts since. Admittedly a burst blood vessel did not help last time, but it hardly makes him an attractive proposition either.
Winner of a maiden point-to-point at Dromahane in 2017 and debuts for a good small yard here. One to note in the market for a race lacking quality.
Winner of three of his last four point-to-points and clear in the other when losing his rider. Looks interesting on rules debut with top pilot booked.
Beaten 41l when third here last time and weak as this race may be, he still does not look anywhere near good enough.
Had only shown modest form in point-to-points but was backed from 66's into 12's on rules debut and shaped better than his final position suggests. Comes from a good small yard and is one to consider.
Has his limitations and another error strewn round at Cartmel saw him do well under the circumstances to get as close as he did. Back to 2m and every chance in this lowly grade if nothing emerges from the pool of unexposed sorts.
Raced keenly before weakening at Ayr last month (2m good) on his first start for 17 months. No doubting that ability lurks within and he will be a lot straighter this time.
Has won two of her last six point-to-points but was pulled up in the others. Likely those victories came at a modest level, but this will take little winning so she needs watching in early trading.
Last Year's Winner
|T: T R GeorgeJ: A P Heskin|
Ilewin Geez (2/1), Stay In Touch (5/2), Keel Over (5/1), Some Can Dance (13/2), The Phantom (8/1), Out For Justice (18/1), Aine's Choice (33/1), Insufficient Funds (40/1)
- Keel Over
- Stay In Touch
- Some Can Dance
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