15:55 Worcester Mon 9 July 2018
Three middle distance wins in France and made hot favourite to win on British debut for new connections here last month. Raced freely though and faded fast from two out. Chance if he has learned to settle.
Winning Irish point-to-pointer but disappointing in three starts in Britain for former yard. Debut for new trainer here but much more needed.
Formerly decent French campaigner made British debut with plenty of weight in Chester Cup in May. Has had wind op since then and makes hurdles bow. Interesting contender and has prospects if he can jump.
Modest point-to pointer has had two starts so far under Rules and made little impression from new connections May do better once handicapped but worth a market check representing good yard.
Won Catterick 1m4f maiden for Ralph Beckett last term. Runner-up in three out of six starts over hurdles so far, including last time at Cartmel. Looks a serious contender.
Won Irish 1m2f maiden for Willie McCreery last term before joining top jumps yard. Pulled up in good race on hurdles debut in December but better last time when third at Stratford last month. Going the right way and has decent claims.
Won a point-to-point in May at 15th time of asking but well beaten for new yard in both starts since under Rules and looks to face a very stiff task on evidence to date.
Maiden point-to-point mare bought cheaply last month by current connections for just £2,500. Hard to see her being good enough to figure on Rules debut.
Runner-up in 1m4f Kempton AW novice stakes in January but disappointed twice since prior to hurdles bow at Newton Abbot last month where faded from three out. May be better for that outing and improved show not out of the question.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Ian WilliamsJ: T J O'Brien|
Beach Break (9/4), Tommy Hallinan (9/4), Chef De Troupe (9/2), Out Of Style (6/1), Shadow Sadness (10/1), Firmage Burg (14/1), Morehurrylesshaste (25/1), Well Said (50/1), Aine's Choice (100/1)
- Tommy Hallinan
- Shadow Sadness
- Beach Break
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