14:50 Southwell Sun 15 July 2018
Useful hurdler (rated 142) last seen finishing down the field in the Lanzarote Handicap Hurdle. Could be decent recruit to fences and could well prove good enough to win here at the first time of asking.
Decent over hurdles and not disgraced in two starts at Worcester over fences over further. Drops back in trip may help and champion jockey on board is no bad thing either.
Won a couple of minor point to points but beaten out of sight on Rules debut at Newton Abbot last month and appears well out of his depth at this level.
Showed nothing in three starts on the Flat for Paul Cole and no more since turning his attentions to hurdling. May do better in time once handicapped over fences.
Landed decent handicap hurdles last summer and looked to be returning to form with a fair effort over timber last time. Has potential to win races over fences and could go close with a clear round.
Unplaced in two point to points and looks to face a very tough task on his fencing debut over Rules and is hard to enthuse over.
One of the lowest rated horses in training and cannot be considered seriously in a race of this nature.Completely out of his depth.
Won a 2016 maiden point to point but has looked woeful under Rules so far and this looks to be tackling a task far above her station.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D SkeltonJ: David England|
El Terremoto (5/4), Gustave Mahler (5/4), Rossetti (3/1), Shady Oaks (20/1), Beyond The Glen (33/1), Intercooler Turbo (50/1), Sussex Road (150/1), Laughing Musketeer (150/1)
- El Terremoto
- Gustave Mahler
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