13:00 Hereford Tue 13 November 2018
Has ability and we are probably yet to see the best of the gelding. He posted an improved effort last time out and has the obvious merits of representing a top yard with the champion jockey booked for the ride. One to bear in mind.
Progressive and shown plenty of promise so far. Worth a try over this new trip and dangerous to underestimate. The betting can guide but looks one of the stronger candidates on this occasion.
Consistent bar a slight blip on his handicap debut on his penultimate start. Better last time but another step forward still required.
Showed promise at Huntingdon back in February but took a step backwards when last seen out (beat just one horse home at Warwick in May). Something to prove after his summer break.
Winner of a point-to-point before joining her current yard and has shown promise in a couple of mares only novice hurdles. Not over faced for her handicap debut but does need to step wind things up a couple of notched.
Modest form so far - was well held in finishing down the field behind a couple of decent looking individuals last time - and already has improvement to find. Respected on handicap debut but others look more convincing.
Best effort over hurdles when third at Huntingdon in May; below that level twice since and was well beaten last time out. Big improvement required.
Not beaten far when last seen out, which was a highly improved effort. However, he's been off since March 2017 and needs to reproduce and then better the effort now he steps into a handicap. Plenty to prove.
Kept busy at his former yard but still looks to be of modest ability after failing to get off the mark in seven previous attempts over hurdles. Best watched on debut for Milton Bradley.
Has C&D experience but yet to strike a serious blow and looks destined for a career in low-grade handicaps unless she can produce a dramatic amount of improvement.
Won a bumper at Towcester last February and has dropped a couple of hints that he can pay his way. Not disgraced on return after wind surgery when fourth of ten at Bangor in March but fitness to prove on first start since then.
Won a maiden hurdle at Sligo for her former yard and showed she retains enthusiasm when debuting for Dan Skelton and putting in a decent stint on her first start after wind surgery last time out. One to consider.
Last Year's Winner
Neachells Bridge (11/4), Ballygown Bay (9/2), Destined To Shine (6/1), The Go Tou Man (6/1), Almost Gold (7/1), Peur De Rien (12/1), Cock A Doodle Doo (16/1), Bomber's Moon (16/1), Global Ruler (33/1), Auld Sod (33/1), Kilcullen Bellamy (33/1), The Toojumpa (50/1)
- Neachells Bridge
- Ballygown Bay
- Cock A Doodle Doo
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