13:20 Musselburgh Mon 15 October 2018
Two fair runs in nurseries since being gelded and handicapper has given him a chance by dropping him 3lb. Each-way claims.
Fifth of nine in a Kempton nursery last time, but was beaten only 1L. Down 1lb and has to enter calculations.
Off the mark at the eighth attempt when scoring by a short head over C&D last month. Has nothing to spare off 3lb higher, but is in good heart and will handle the lively ground.
Touched off by Jordan Electrics last time and it should be mighty close between the pair of them once again. Has been knocking on the door and deserves to get his head in front.
Winner over C&D before going up 7lb and finishing down the field behind Jordan Electrics and Primeiro Boy back at this venue. Fluffed the start that day and can do better.
Third to Jordan Electrics last month, but failed to build on that effort at Catterick last week although there were excuses as he stumbled after a furlong. Down 1lb and is not out of it.
Last of nine behind Jordan Electrics last time and previous efforts were not particularly encouraging. Has dropped 4lb and may yet come good for his shrewd yard.
Has failed to hit the frame in six starts, including behind Jordan Electrics in first-time blinkers which are dispensed with. Hard to fancy despite falling mark.
First run for this stable after leaving Richard Hannon's yard when fourth to Jordan Electrics, but was not beaten that far. Has fair claims on these revised terms and is one to consider.
Down the field in three starts in maiden/novice company. First run in a nursery after being gelded and is fitted with cheekpieces. Interesting contender.
Last Year's Winner
Primeiro Boy (9/2), Four Wheel Drive (9/2), Staycation (9/2), Northern Society (11/2), Lang Toun Lady (7/1), Jordan Electrics (8/1), The Grey Zebedee (14/1), Tick Tock Croc (14/1), Popping Corks (20/1), Slieve Donard (25/1), The Defiant (40/1), Liberty Diva (50/1)
- Northern Society
- Primeiro Boy
- Jordan Electrics
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