19:05 Ffos Las Fri 13 July 2018
Sounds efforts in all three efforts in bumpers so far. Makes hurdling debut today and every chance there will be improvement to come going over timber. Leading player.
Lost his way slightly over fences of late and is dropped back in to a maiden hurdle here in an attempt to get some confidence back. Has the ability to get involved if on a going day.
Apple Tree gelding. First foal, dam is an unraced half-sister to useful hurdlers and chasers Violin Davis & Synthe Davis. Hasn't shown much in two bumper starts to date but could improve now tackling hurdles.
Shaped with some promise in Aintree bumper in May. Didn't get any further than the second flight on hurdling debut at Worcester and then jumped poorly at Stratford last week. Needs to do much more to be involved.
Average flat maiden who makes a switch to hurdling now for a new yard. Tongue-tie goes on for the first time and interesting to see what the market makes of him here.
00/1 for hurdling debut at Exeter last month when shaping like this step up in trip would help. Has potential in this sphere and interesting to see what the market makes of her.
Has some quirks and ran out at Newton Abbot two starts back before a much better effort at Worcester last time. Still well beaten there and hard to know which side of her will turn up.
Been well beaten on all three starts so far including on hurdles debut over C&D last time. Needs a lot of improvement to be involved here.
Last Year's Winner
Joueur Bresilien (6/4), Massini's Dream (15/8), Court Royale (2/1), Equus Pandora (10/1), Scaffold (14/1), Go On Mayson (20/1), Celtic Style (20/1), Nowheretoexit (33/1)
- Court Royale
- Go On Mayson
- Joueur Bresilien
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