14:10 Stratford Sun 15 July 2018
Fair third beaten 22L when debuting over hurdles at Market Rasen (good) last month. Cheekpieces worn for the first time that day are replaced with a visor (first time) for this event.
Unraced son of Universal and a half-brother to multiple Flat winner Haidees Reflection. Probably best watched on his racecourse debut.
Fair third on hurdling debut at Hexham (2m, good) in June. Failed to build on that with the hood (retained here) returning at Aintree last time and others hold stronger claims.
Won over an extended 7f at two but well beaten on sole start at three. Wears cheekpieces for the first time and worth a check in the market on stable and hurdling debut.
Winner on the AW over 1m in January and placed since. Rated 80 at his best on the Flat and worth a check in the market on hurdling debut.
Decent second on hurdling debut at Hexham (good) last month. Well beaten at Aintree subsequently and wears cheekpieces for the first time.
Shown ability in handicaps over 1m4f-1m6f on the turf and AW during the spring. Represents a good yard and is one to note now switched to hurdling.
Came within a neck of breaking her maiden when second over an extended 1m3f at Bath (firm) earlier this month. Interesting to see how she fares now switched to hurdles.
Last Year's Winner
|T: K DalgleishJ: Finian O'Toole|
Adams Park (6/4), Parmenter (9/4), Red Miracle (5/1), Weinberg (8/1), Sheriff (14/1), Go Now Go Now (16/1), Denis (25/1), Enforcement (40/1)
- Adams Park
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