15:40 Fakenham Fri 19 October 2018
Made all to score on his hurdling debut at Huntingdon in May, doing it with some authority. Carries a penalty, but looks open to improvement and will take some stopping on this field.
Has shown some promise in a couple of bumpers. From a family of winners over both hurdles and fences, so looks bred to make a respectable start to his hurdling career.
Dual AW winner over 1m4f last winter. Received support before an 11½L fifth on his hurdles debut at Warwick last month. Should step up on that and a more competitive run looks on the cards.
Well held in a couple of bumpers on soft ground and also on his hurdles debut since then. Looks one to watch for the time being.
Well held in both starts over hurdles and can only watch at present.
Scored on debut in a bumper at Uttoxeter in July but found a penalty on good to soft a bit too much next time. Disappointed on his hurdles debut at Uttoxeter in October and arrives with a bit to prove.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Stuart EdmundsJ: C Gethings|
Mon Port (2/9), Fearsome (5/1), We've Got Payet (11/1), Let's Get At It (16/1), Bagan (20/1), Tenor (25/1)
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