14:30 Chepstow Sat 13 October 2018
Winner on bumper debut at Market Rasen before running well under a penalty at Newbury. Clearly has ability and interesting on first attempt over timber.
Stepped up on Exeter hurdling bow when second of eight at Kempton in March. Still green there and more can be expected with another summer on his back.
Promise in bumpers before finishing third of eight on his first attempt at hurdling last month. Should come on for the outing and get involved.
Gelding by Jeremy who fetched €42,000 as a three-year-old and whose dam won a point-to-point. Represents a top stable and the market will be the best guide to his chance on debut.
Beaten a long way on both starts over hurdles at the start of the year. Probably capable of better and is worth a check in the betting.
Gelding by Ask who won an Irish point-to-point in April. Hurdling/stable debut and is one to watch with the future in mind.
Created a good impression when winning a bumper at this venue in February. Represents a prolific team and jumping pedigree suggests this new test will suit.
Last Year's Winner
Lord Duveen (13/8), Benny's Bridge (11/4), Supremely Lucky (3/1), Baddesley Knight (7/1), Rocco (10/1), Reserve Tank (10/1), West To The Bridge (14/1), Primal Focus (25/1), Shanroe Smooch (100/1)
- Baddesley Knight
- Supremely Lucky
- Lord Duveen
Log in for access to this exclusive content.
David Ord returns to the nap hotseat on Monday with a Jamie Snowden charge that has been on his radar for some time.
Ok Corral is Nick Robson's best bet for Monday and he has a tip for every race at the three meetings.
A look at how the Sporting Life recommended bets have performed in December 2018.