14:20 Plumpton Mon 11 March 2019
Winner of his first three starts under Rules (bumper plus two novice hurdles) before losing his unbeaten record in a Chepstow Grade 2. Not seen since then and makes his comeback fresh from a break at a more suitable level.
Bumper winner at the third attempt when looking very much a stayer in the making. Left his underwhelming hurdles debut behind when given a better test in heavy conditions over 2m; likely to appreciate this 4f longer trip, more to come.
Looked to show some progressive form over hurdles in France winning his latest start at Nantes (2m3f, soft) in November. Joined a yard that do well here and looks a threat based on his French form if ready to go after a break; market useful.
Bumper winner who has shown much better form since he was sent into handicaps, winning from the front at Wincanton in January. Has since run two highly creditable races in defeat off higher marks; still in form, sets a good standard.
Maiden in Irish point-to-points who has made little impact in two starts under Rules so far with the race proving a struggle each time. Goes back up in trip this time but hard to see him making an impression versus some useful rivals.
Took six attempts to get off the mark in Irish point-to-points and now takes on some multiple winners on his Rules debut. Would have to be useful to go close in this and the current evidence doesn't suggest that he is.
Last Year's Winner
Myplaceatmidnight (4/6), Alrightjack (11/4), Espion De Saflo (8/1), Push The Tempo (9/1), Lisronagh Stone (40/1), Brandy Cross (125/1)
- Espion De Saflo
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