14:15 Musselburgh Mon 3 December 2018
Front-runner who has twice won here over 2m (fair form both times) although he's still 5lb above his last winning mark. Has failed to really sparkle since but will be dangerous with a soft lead and the yard are in better form now; best right-handed.
Flat maiden (had three runs for Sir Mark Prescott) 0-11 overall in that sphere. Novice hurdle form hasn't really suggested that he's a winner waiting to happen switched to handicaps off what looks a stiff looking mark.
Attracted support on his handicap debut (had the look of an improver) but failed deliver on earlier promise (pulled up; jumped poorly). Showed much improved form 5 months on taking a Stratford handicap in good style; up 5lb for that victory.
Bumper winner for former yard who has yet to click over hurdles finishing well held on most of his starts. Handicapper gave him a harsh mark to begin with (100) and he's struggling to live up to those expectations; well held over 2m1f last time.
Plenty of attempts around here on his CV but just one win to show for them in 15 tries; losing run dates back to May 2016. Not disgraced of late though and 14lb below his last winning mark and could grab another place on a track he knows well.
A winner on handicap debut for Dan Skelton back in April 2017 off a 17lb higher mark he's shown very little for this yard. Not seen to best effect last time (held-up; plenty to do) he continues to tumble down the weights with little effect.
Last Year's Winner
Come On Charlie (6/5), Nendrum (9/4), Urban Kode (11/2), Sierra Oscar (15/2), Patience Tony (22/1), Single Estate (50/1)
- Come On Charlie
- Urban Kode
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