16:35 Chepstow Sun 14 October 2018
3-4 over hurdles and improved throughout last season, concluding with win in £1000,000 Sandown handicap hurdle. Starts this term on 7lb higher mark but remains on the upgrade and should go well.
Progressive form last two seasons and only narrowly beaten over 2m3f when last seen in May. Looks handicapped to the hilt but is respected for top team.
Not out of the first two in his last five starts, winning three times including on final outing at Plumpton in April. Starts new season on 3lb higher mark but bold show cannot be ruled out if picking up where he left off last term.
Lightly raced and has won 3-6 to date. Still unexposed and though appears on face of it to have something to find, he may well improve this term for top team. Interesting contender.
1-5 over hurdles but has run well in defeat including over longer trips. Drop back to minimum distance shouldn't be an issue but has tended to need a run to reach peak in the past so may be best watched this time.
Last Year's Winner
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Ballymoy (6/4), I'm A Game Changer (3/1), Honest Vic (4/1), Vado Forte (6/1), Not That Fuisse (7/1), Lovato (15/2), Whatmore (10/1), Red Hot Chilly (11/1), Zalvados (11/1), Scheu Time (20/1)
- Not That Fuisse
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