16:20 Newton Abbot Fri 21 September 2018
Won the Fred Winter at Cheltenham back in 2017 but found life a little tougher last season. Now switches to fences following wind surgery and could be capable of taking high rank over fences, although trip around here may be on sharp side.
Developed into a useful novice hurdler and finished last season by finishing second in a valuable race at Sandown on ground that was slower than considered ideal. Has the physique of a chaser and stable in form.
Failed to complete in both starts in point-to-points and a similar story on hurdling debut. Tailed off last of six a month ago and out of his depth here.
Chasing type who has landed a couple of minor hurdle races this year. Finds himself in a tough race for debut over fences .
Last Year's Winner
|Diego Du Charmil||5||11-2||2/5|
|T: P F NichollsJ: Sam Twiston-Davies|
Highway One O One (8/11), Flying Tiger (11/8), Divin Bere (3/1), Rainy Day Dylan (12/1), Mr Pippin (100/1)
- Highway One O One
- Flying Tiger
- Divin Bere
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