12:45 Bangor Wed 14 November 2018
- Friends Of Maggie's Sir John Hanmer Trophy (Handicap Chase) (Class 4)
- 2m 4f 72y,
- 6 Runners
- Surface: Turf
At least managed to complete the course when supported last time, but still finished tailed off in last place. Has a 2-2 record here and 2-5 in this grade.
Highly tried over hurdles following his Lingfield success. On a handy mark if jumping better than was on the case on his Kempton chase debut.
Showed a more willing attitude last time when cheekpieces were tried. Has since joined a top yard for £18,000 and worth a check in the market.
Fairly useful in his prime but worrying he passed through the sales ring for just £2,600 having been pulled up on his last start.
Has won two of his three starts since resuming after a significant absence for his new yard. Has an excellent record fresh although the yard have been quiet lately.
Appreciated the drop to this trip when opening his account over fences in July. This looks tougher but yard's runners always command respect here.
Last Year's Winner
|Siruh Du Lac||4||10-10||11/1|
|T: Nick WilliamsJ: Lizzie Kelly|
Steps And Stairs (SP), Vinnie Red (SP), Just Minded (SP), Thyne For Gold (SP), Coologue (SP), Jabulani (SP)
- Just Minded
- Thyne For Gold
- Steps And Stairs
Next Race Off
Matt Brocklebank has a 33/1 selection for the Ladbrokes Trophy at Newbury in his latest antepost feature.
Anita Chambers looks ahead to the day's action with a strong word for Regular in the juvenile event at Chelmsford on Tuesday evening.
Ben Linfoot heads to Exeter for the Sporting Life Daily Nap on Wednesday while he also has selections at Ayr and Bangor.