14:25 Market Rasen Thu 6 December 2018
Will find this company easier than the one he kept at Bangor last time, where he ran a little better than his finishing position suggested. Useful for Willie Mullins previously and if he can be coaxed back by new yard, has chances here.
Rounded off last season with a decent second at Ayr (2m) and looks ready for this step up in trip to start off this one. Very well handicapped if you go back to bumper form, and this lightly-raced sort can go close if fit after absence.
Won a better race than this for Tom Lacey a couple of years ago, mainly moderate form since then but signs at Warwick latest that he might be on the way back. Yard going better now and he's too well handicapped to dismiss lightly.
Only had the three starts, coming good at Hereford in a maiden last time out. Hard to pin down what the form is worth but with top yard, likely to progress and looks one of the more likely winners.
Useful stayer on the Flat, twice a winner this season and looks nicely handicapped on return to hurdles today. Yard have a good record at the track (10 winners from 67 runners) and he must be taken very seriously, with this trip likely to suit.
Last Year's Winner
|T: A M HalesJ: Harry Bannister|
Renwick (8/11), Imada (4/1), Jam Session (9/2), Chase End Charlie (13/2), Steel Wave (33/1)
- Jam Session
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