13:25 Worcester Thu 11 October 2018
Highest rated of these over hurdles and walked over last week on scheduled novice chase bow incurring 6lb penalty. Stays well and sure to have been well schooled by last season's winning connections.
Two wins over timber at up to 2m6f so no stamina doubts. Dam from family of good chaser Young Spartacus so may improve for the larger obstacles and is respected on seasonal return.
Unexposed mare who won two of her final four starts last campaign, ending with a fine second in a Grade 2 mares event at Newbury in March. Progressive and culd porve a big danger if taking to fences.
Hacked up in Worcester handicap hurdle in August incurring 12lb rise, and disappointed off new mark at Uttoxeter last month. Debut over fences and it will be inetersting to see if she attracts market support.
3-12 in point-to-points and makes her Rules debut here for respected jumps trainer. Looks to have been thrown in at the deep end unless market indicates otherwise.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton|
Kalahari Queen (5/4), Majestic Moll (13/8), Desirable Court (6/1), Black Tulip (15/2), Our Henrietta (50/1)
- Kalahari Queen
- Black Tulip
- Desirable Court
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