12:40 Wetherby Sat 8 December 2018
Returned from a break with a respectable effort over hurdles at Kelso last month. Should be well schooled by a trainer who has had a few winners of late. Could make a nice chase debut.
Has not been showing much over hurdles in three runs this autumn. Initial mark looks stiff enough for this chase debut. Interesting if supported, but otherwise one to watch this time.
Best form over hurdles has been on heavy ground, including when being brought down here earlier in the year, when looking like the winner. Was 0-4 over fences in France, but could do better now for trainer in good form.
Won a soft ground Southwell handicap hurdle when with Tom George. Best effort since was last time, on her stable debut, when ¾L second at Hereford (2m). Up 2lb and has a bit to prove now back up in trip, but respected.
Drops 3lb for this switch to chasing, but didn't show much over hurdles and arrives with plenty to prove.
Shown very little so far, but switches to chasing dropped 8lb and with a decent 7lb claimer up. In a weak race, don't be surprised if that enable him to show a fair bit better. Market support would fuel confidence in that.
Six-race maiden who has shown next to nothing. Can only watch on chase debut.
Has shown his best on good ground, so these slower conditions have to be a concern. Even so, his best efforts suggest that, in a weak race, he might have a chance of making the frame.
Last Year's Winner
Overawed (2/1), Benny's Secret (7/2), Dulce Panem (7/2), Lady Master (7/1), Early Boy (14/1), Another Day Done (16/1), Ruby Who (16/1), Younoso (18/1)
- Dulce Panem
- Benny's Secret
- Ruby Who
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