13:25 Warwick Fri 9 November 2018
Wears a visor after failing to make an impression in either of his two previous starts. Not hard to overlook on this occasion.
Showed improvement last time out and possible he'll find a little extra for the stepping up a couple of furlongs this time. Improvement still required.
Useful in point-to-points and, while his future probably lays over fences, the gelding has adapted well to racing under rules and, following a decent effort at Cheltenham last month, this course may bring the best out of him. Worth considering.
Plenty of experience in point-to-points but never yet managed a win in that sphere and was pulled up in his last three starts. Big improvement required on his debut under rules.
Weakening when the saddle slipped and he ran out in a point-to-point in May; lacks experience and a recent run since then. Best watched.
Winner of an Irish point-to-point before joining his current trainer; then made a highly satisfactory debut over timber at Bangor in April. Sure to have been primed fort this return and has to be of interest in an ordinary race.
Last Year's Winner
|T: K C BaileyJ: David Bass|
De Name Evades Me (10/11), Worthy Farm (9/4), Three County's (6/1), Captain Cargo (12/1), Balach Mor (50/1), Rainbow Stripes (100/1)
- De Name Evades Me
- Worthy Farm
- Captain Cargo
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