14:00 Plumpton Wed 16 January 2019
In good enough form last winter to earn consideration in this and has won here previously. However, poor on both starts this term and finished last in the most recent renewal of this contest.
2-10 over fences and has a good record in this grade. Will be fitter after two runs on the AW, but 2m around here may be on the sharp side.
Modest mare whose best efforts have come on a sound surface but would have a chance on her point-to-point form. Back down in trip with cheekpieces tried for the first time . Jockey booking looks interesting and a market check advised.
All three wins have come in this grade, over this trip and on similar ground. Two runs back from a long absence have yet to prove how much ability he retains.
Probably flattered by his proximity to more talented horses on chase debut, but entitled to respect on his hurdling efforts around here.
Can usually be found in these basement level events around here and Lingfield. Capable on his day and usually when conditions are more testing than this.
As difficult to win with as any other horse in training. Blew another golden opportunity when unbelievably throwing in the towel late-on at Fakenham before failing to mount a serious challenge last time.
Last Year's Winner
Maratt (2/1), Brother Bennett (5/1), Britanio Bello (5/1), Yourholidayisover (5/1), The Boola Bee (6/1), Very Live (7/1), Anti Cool (17/2), Edgar (12/1)
- The Boola Bee
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