15:25 Wetherby Sat 8 December 2018
Seventh foal. Half-sister to winners Cleve Cottage (2m7f hurdle/3m1f chase) and Monbeg Legend (2m4f-2m6f hurdle/chase). Dam 2m-3m hurdle/chase winner. Stable 0-24 in bumpers over five seasons, so probably one to watch on debut.
Out of a multiple hurdle/chase winning mare from 2m3½f-2m7f, who acted on soft. Pedigree hints at stamina. Trainer 11% over five seasons in bumpers, so market check prudent.
Showed a bit or promise in a couple of bumpers at Market Rasen and Carlisle, but hard to believe that she won't find at least a couple to beat her here.
Half-sister to three winners over hurdles/fences, the best of whom was Chablais (2m-2m5f). Dam well beaten in sole bumper start. Stable going reasonably well, is 8% in bumpers over five seasons. Market check with useful 7lb claimed.
Third foal. Half-sister to two winners, the unbeaten four-time bumper winner Longhouse Sale and dual 2m hurdle winner (on soft) Long House Island. In very good hands and trainer 17% in this sphere, so should go well.
50-1 and not disgraced on debut at Warwick last month. Likely to need a lot of improvement on that to figure here.
Sixth foal. Half-sister to two winners, one of them in 2m4f hurdles. Dam unraced. Stable 9% in this discipline. Hooded on debut, and worth a market check.
25-1 and made a promising debut when beaten just over 6L into fifth at Huntingdon (1m5½f, good) last month. Can improve on that and could take a hand if handing soft ground.
40-1 and beaten 17L on debut over 1m6f (good) at Carlisle last month. Can probably improve for the experience, but needs a lot of that to figure here.
33-1 and finished just behind Montelimar on debut at Warwick. Similar improvement required to take a hand.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Kenneth SlackJ: Colm McCormack|
Mergeela (9/4), Sorbet (3/1), Artichoke Heart (5/1), Conchita (9/1), Absolute Jaffa (9/1), Feetronie De Kervi (9/1), She's Blorenge (14/1), What About Barb (25/1), Villiersdorp (33/1), Montelimar (33/1)
- Feetronie De Kervi
- She's Blorenge
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