14:15 Exeter Tue 5 March 2019
Built on solid third on hurdles debut at Huntingdon when landing a 15-runner Ludlow novice contest at 20/1 latest. Still highly unexposed so of plenty of interest as he goes handicapping with further improvement still likely.
Won three times in a busy 2018 and gained first success this year latest when winning a three-runner contest at Musselburgh over 3m. This trip sharp enough off career high mark but boasts among the most persuasive form nevertheless.
Won twice in 2107 for previous connections but yet to find her feet since switching to this yard. At least finished for the first time for them latest but well beaten eighth of nine still short of her best.
Almost three years since last win over hurdles but started this campaign with three good thirds in highly competitive contests. Slightly below that level more recently but hard to think he can't at least make his presence felt here.
Won a Wincanton novices handicap two starts back, his first success before finishing sixth of 15 at the same venue latest. Must prove capabilities then off this mark but has time on his side and therefore improvement remains within grasp.
11-race flat maiden has arguably improved for the switch to hurdling with fair thirds the last twice in novice events at Ffos Las and Lingfield. Enough ability to win races and handicapper not made task impossible.
Last Year's Winner
Smarty Wild (9/4), Midnight Midge (3/1), Mere Anarchy (5/1), The Kings Baby (5/1), Field Exhibition (6/1), Karakoram (9/1)
- Smarty Wild
- Field Exhibition
- Midnight Midge
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