17:20 Worcester Wed 15 August 2018
Former Kim Bailey inmate who was hit and miss when last seen over hurdles. Has undergone wind surgery, makes her chasing bow and represents a new stable, all of which makes her an interesting contender.
Remote third of five on chasing debut at Stratford. Should improve, is down 2lb and has a positive jockey booking. Each-way claims.
Behind Burrows Lane when last of four finishers on his chasing bow at Stratford. Needs to show much more if he is to get involved at the business end.
Bumper and hurdle winner for Harry Whittington, but was tailed off on his only start over fences at Bangor. Starts out for a new yard with something to prove.
Off the mark over fences when winning under the champion jockey at Southwell on his latest outing. He retains the ride and this gelding can get involved again off 4lb higher.
Point-to-point winner who landed a handicap hurdle at Ffos Las in February. Not seen since March, but is interesting on his chasing debut.
Not much to shout about in three maiden/novice hurdles. Early switch to fences, but her ability to prosper for the change of code has to be taken on trust.
Has been struggling in hurdles this year and now tries her luck over fences with cheekpieces fitted for the first time. Showed some promise in a point-to-point so not without hope.
Pulled up over hurdles on first run for this trainer following a long spell in point-to-point company. Unplaced in five starts over fences, so has plenty to prove.
Record of 0-7 over fences, but has not been totally without promise in three runs since joining this yard. Handicap mark is falling and she could run well at a decent price.
Last Year's Winner
Master Sunrise (15/8), Burrows Lane (9/2), Hillary View (13/2), Mirs Choice (15/2), Boss Mans Ladder (9/1), Gnarly (10/1), Lee Side Lady (10/1), Pulling Power (14/1), Jennifer Juniper (22/1), Hoke Colburn (50/1), Cnoc Sion (100/1)
- Hillary View
- Master Sunrise
- Pulling Power
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