13:35 Doncaster Wed 9 January 2019
Has improved on both runs for this trainer, winning at Musselburgh (3m, good) and bettering that over shorter last time, despite a 10lb rise. Up another 4lb, but considered back over 3m on good ground.
Has won from 7lb higher, but inconsistent since then. Best efforts would give him a squeak, but carries risks.
Cork bumper winner who has been unable to match that form on five runs over hurdles. Steps up in trip and now tries headgear, but both need to induce a major upturn in fortunes.
Might have won last time at Hereford, even if his chief rival had not fallen at the last. Either way, he arrives in good form and should go close again from the same mark.
Took plenty of coaxing to get up in the closing strides at Market Rasen (soft) and break his duck last time. Up 3lb for that, but extra furlong a plus here, and he has claims again if he goes as well on good ground.
Aside from a respectable effort at Huntingdon last spring, she has not shown a huge amount over hurdles so far. That includes on her handicap debut at Bangor last time. 3lb drop and good ground could help, but plenty to prove.
0-9, but has looked as though he could win races and was not beaten far at Fakenham last time. Up 2lb for that, but winner and third have both made the form look solid enough since. Not ruled out.
Shaped a bit better at Ludlow last time, when beaten 3½L from this mark. Needs to step up a bit more on that, but can't rule him out.
Has shown little under rules so far. Steps up in trip on good ground, which could help (won her Irish point on good), but looks to have a tough task from this initial mark.
Not seen since a point-to-point run last March, nor under rules since April 2016. Can only watch on stable debut.
0-15 under both codes. Best effort was on good ground last year, but that was over 2m. Well held from 4lb higher latest. Others make greater appeal.
Well backed when pulled up at Warwick two starts ago, and well beaten again last time. Plenty to prove, but first-time cheekpieces on and up in trip. Interesting if supported again.
Last Year's Winner
|Cheque En Blanc||6||11-9||2/1|
|T: G L MooreJ: J E Moore|
Diggin Deep (7/2), The Manuscript (4/1), Uno Mas (9/2), Young Phoenix (11/2), Jaycols Star (14/1), Cangodemayo (14/1), Damier (14/1), Katie Connell (20/1), Dauphiness (20/1), Stonemadforspeed (22/1), Top Man Tim (25/1), Grand Enterprise (40/1), The Junior Man (50/1), Tennewrow (50/1)
- Uno Mas
- Young Phoenix
- Diggin Deep
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