19:15 Newcastle Wed 5 December 2018
Dual winner including over this trip at Wolverhampton in March. Well beaten in two subsequent starts however and is returning from a break.
Winner over 6f on soft ground at Newbury as a two-year-old. Well beaten over this trip on debut for this stable last time out and probably best watched at present.
Recorded a third career victory when winning over C&D last time out. Raised 3lb for that victory and looks likely to run well once more.
Winner over 6f at Redcar (good-to-firm) on final start for previous stable. Stepping up in distance following three mid-division finishes in sprints since joining this yard.
Followed up a good 6f victory here by finishing a short-head second over the same C&D last week. Step up in distance no issue and likely to run well once more.
Dual winner on turf and ran well on return from a break when finishing third over this trip at Wolverhampton last month. Worth a check in the market.
Winner of two of his four AW starts but could finish only sixth over this C&D just over a month ago. Races off a mark 1lb higher than when winning at this venue 12 months ago.
Three time AW winner this year including twice at this venue. Decent 5L fourth over 7f at Southwell last time out and can go well once more.
Placed twice over 6f here prior to finishing fifth over this trip here last time out. Remains on a mark 4lb higher than for his most recent success.
Last Year's Winner
Nick Vedder (5/4), Deansgate (5/1), Pickett's Charge (11/2), Equiano Springs (6/1), Thello (10/1), Rey Loopy (10/1), Fake News (16/1), Mudawwan (16/1), Final Frontier (28/1), Dirchill (40/1), Tathmeen (66/1)
- Pickett's Charge
- Nick Vedder
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