20:20 Worcester Tue 17 July 2018
Off the mark in a weak race at Southwell (3m, good) latest. Won as easily as he liked there but life will be tougher under a penalty in a stronger race here.
Winner of back-to-back handicap chases at Kempton earlier in the year before finding rise in the weights too much at Uttoxeter last time. Reverts back to hurdles and novice company today and doesn't have a great deal to find to go close.
Firmly on the upgrade over fences when last seen back in October winning off marks of 109 & 118 with some comfort. Switches back to hurdles here but will be a big danger to all if in the same form as when last seen.
Debut for this yard was a fairly weak one over hurdles at Ffos Las. that mirrored earlier bumper form and needs a large step forward to be involved here.
Won an Irish point when last seen back in May and was subsequently purchased for connections for £30,000. Makes rules debut today and market a good guide to expectations.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Jonjo O'NeillJ: Aidan Coleman|
The Devils Drop (11/8), Cuirassier Dempire (13/8), Bugsie Malone (10/3), Sad Eyed Dylan (25/1), Dollnamix (66/1)
- Cuirassier Dempire
- The Devils Drop
- Bugsie Malone
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