15:50 Sedgefield Fri 11 January 2019
Fair fifth in a bumper over an extended 1m7f at Catterick (good-to-soft) on debut 11 months ago. Worth a check in the market on debut for this yard.
Improving with racing and off the mark with an 11L victory in a soft ground bumper over 2m1f here last month. Likely to run well once more.
Raced prominently when pulled up in a 3m point-to-point at Bartlemy (soft) on debut in that sphere last May. Market support would be notable down in trip on Rules debut.
Unraced Flying Legend gelding bought for £800 as a three-year-old. Probably best watched for a stable who are 0/8 in bumpers in recent years.
Fair effort despite finishing 13th of 14 in an AW bumper at Newcastle on debut in April. More needed in this contest however.
Unraced daughter of Craigsteel and a full-sister to winning hurdler Slaney Craiglegacy. Others hold stronger claims on her first racecourse appearance.
Well beaten last of six in a 2m bumper at Worcester (good) on debut last June. Hood worn for the first time on debut for this yard.
Promising fourth in a 1m6f bumper at Carlisle (good) in November on second outing. Failed to back that up on soft ground at Newcastle subsequently however.
Unraced Jeremy gelding bought for €8,500 at the sales as a yearling. Half-brother to a dual Flat winner and hails from a stable who can boast a 26% strike-rate (27/102) in bumpers in recent years.
Last Year's Winner
|T: B EllisonJ: B S Hughes|
Dares To Dream (5/4), Beast Of Belstane (11/4), Ranskill Road (7/2), Adelphi Prince (11/2), Justcall'm John (22/1), Molly Whuppie (100/1), Combustible Girl (100/1), Mally Collier (125/1), Mutamayel (125/1)
- Ranskill Road
- Dares To Dream
- Justcall'm John
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