17:00 Doncaster Wed 20 February 2019
Good level of form to win and finish second at Wincanton. Plenty to do under his penalty, but has to be respected.
Fell in his only point-to-point and was well held on bumper debut at Bangor. Needs to improve, but is in good hands,
Fair level of form in three bumpers, latterly when third of nine at Warwick. Likely to give another good account for last year's winning stable
Promise when second of nine on his only start in an Irish point-to-point. Shrewd stable has gone a bit quiet, but he is worth a market check nevertheless.
Jamaican Flight gelding who finished third of nine, beaten some way, on his only start at Catterick. Should come on for the run.
Full-brother to the very smart hurdler/chaser Irish Saint. Evens favourite when only fourth of seven on soft ground on debut at Bangor and can surely do better for leading stable.
Mastercraftsman gelding who attracted a little market support before finishing down the field at Newcastle on debut. The winner of that race has scored again, but this gelding may need more time to develop.
Last Year's Winner
|Two For Gold||5||11-9||9/4|
|T: K C BaileyJ: M Hamill|
Now Look At Me (6/4), Fubar (11/4), Welsh Saint (3/1), One More Fleurie (15/2), Brookevale (18/1), Pingley Lad (18/1), Master Newton (50/1)
- Welsh Saint
- Now Look At Me
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