14:10 Newton Abbot Fri 21 September 2018
Has shown little aptitude for chasing and sets the standard on his hurdling form, albeit a modest one. Stable 9-23 here with hurdlers but he remains vulnerable to a more progressive rival.
Point-to-point winner who is unbeaten in two starts for new connections including a C&D success two months ago. The runner-up has been beaten in a seller since, but he remains a viable option in a poor race.
Asian Heights half-brother to some moderate horses. Makes no appeal on pedigree as he makes his debut at the age of eight.
Third on stable debut over C&D last time out, racing keenly in the early stages. Not beaten all that far and could go closer if settling early on here.
Chasing type who shaped a lot better over the fixed brush obstacles at Worcester last time. The first two have been well beaten since.
Useful chaser on his day who has lost his way lately. Reverts to hurdles and the booking of the champion jockey looks positive as he bids to rekindle his enthusiasm. Receives a useful allowance if in the mood.
Well-beaten on all starts in bumpers and over hurdles and hard to work up any enthusiasm for her prospects.
Pulled-up in all three point-to-points and her jumping left a lot to be desired. Well-beaten third in a Worcester bumper and hard to find any positives.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M BlakeJ: H Cobden|
Quite By Chance (6/5), Push The Tempo (5/2), Super Scorpion (4/1), No Hiding Place (5/1), Heydour (5/1), Diligent (14/1), Getadollar (50/1), Serveontime (50/1), Cornelius Socks (50/1), Celtic Style (66/1), Roystory (N/A)
- Super Scorpion
- Push The Tempo
- No Hiding Place
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