16:40 Huntingdon Sun 17 February 2019
3m2f stretched his stamina when last seen in April though did win over this trip at Southwell in March. Tends to jump right so going this way around could bring about improvement.
One time decent handicap chaser but generally struggling these days. A further hefty drop in the weights since last seen but others preferred.
Won a Point-to-point last spring but moderate under rules and pulled up when last seen at Warwick having raced too keenly.
Fortunate winner of a Point-to-point last spring. Didn't run too badly back under rules at Hexham in December though bit more needed here.
Back to best when bumping into an unexposed type over C&D last month. Doesn't seem to have any such type amongst his rivals today and this offers him a big chance to get back to winning ways.
In good heart when winning twice at Market Rasen this time last year but struggling of late and both runs this tern have offered little.
Comes here off a long absence and looked a hard ride when last seen. Does at least have few miles on the clock for his age and drying ground is in his favour.
Runner up at Towcester last March appears his best piece of form for a while but only three finished that day and his most recent win three years ago was in a race where nothing else completed.
No evidence of any ability under rules and very hard to make a case for. 9lb out of the weights to boot.
Last Year's Winner
Global Domination (11/8), Sands Cove (9/2), Coopers Square (7/1), Call Carlo (7/1), Cottonwool Baby (10/1), Dan's Wee Man (11/1), Big Bang De Loire (16/1), Try It Sometime (33/1), The Last Bridge (40/1)
- Global Domination
- Call Carlo
- Sands Cove
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