13:50 Newton Abbot Wed 15 August 2018
- Archive Playlists Available On attheraces.com Maiden Hurdle (Class 4)
- 2m 2f 110y, Good (Good to Soft in places)
- 15 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Moderate individual who has failed to impress in point-to-points and also both bumpers when beaten at least 40L on each occasion.
Five-time Flat winner on a sound surface rated in the mid-50s. Usual cheekpieces are removed for hurdling debut.
Well beaten in both bumpers but entitled to have needed last start after a long layoff. Yard do well on their raids here so worth a market check.
Won both his starts in bumpers in France including Group 1 Prix Jacques de Vienne at Saint-Cloud. Held up and raced keenly on debut in a race where it paid to be in the front rank. Wears a hood for hurdling debut.
Out of form lately and well beaten in an uncompetitive contest on hurdling debut. His losing streak looks set to be extended.
Beaten by wide margins in two bumpers when last seen in the second half of 2016. Up against it on hurdling debut.
Rated in the high 70s at peak on the Flat, though scored just once in 20 starts. Made his hurdling debut after a long absence and was unsuited by the uneven pace. Will make his presence felt granted a stronger gallop.
Fair Flat performer rated in the 70s who has shaped well in two similar races at Worcester. On both occasions he has left the impression he would do better over slightly further and has a chance to prove it today.
Modest Flat maiden who was beaten by a wide margin on his hurdling debut and needs to improve significantly.
15-race maiden under both codes. Officially rated 109 and that sets the standard in a weak contest. Handles any going.
Tailed off last of four on hurdling debut for Harry Fry and now has first run for a new yard.
Landed an AW handicap 18 months ago. Out of form on the Flat lately and best watched on hurdling debut.
Has failed to make the frame in 28 previous starts under all codes. Beaten 36L on hurdling debut and hard to see her being a threat.
Refused once in a point-to-point before winning a weak Open maiden point-to-point before going to her current yard. Has looked of little account in three starts under rules.
Midnight Legend filly who has been comprehensively beaten on all three starts and she is probably of no account.
Last Year's Winner
American History (7/4), Delirant (2/1), Marettimo (4/1), Winter Spice (12/1), D'gentle Reflexion (14/1), All Hands On Deck (20/1), Go On Mayson (25/1), Maraakib (40/1), Avocadeau (40/1), The Boola Bee (50/1), Vanderbilt (66/1), Outsmartin (66/1), Iona Island (100/1), Rubheira (100/1), Auld Sod (100/1), Princess Midnight (250/1)
- Winter Spice
- American History
After nailing a 7/2 winner on Tuesday, David Ord looks to follow up with a nap selection at Salisbury on Wednesday afternoon.
Chris Wilson feels Sir Michael Stoute is the trainer to follow and he has a tip for every race in the UK and Ireland.
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