15:15 Sedgefield Tue 12 March 2019
Made all and beat today's rival Roxyfet by 15L over C&D (good to soft) in January, but those placings were reversed next time around; rates as vulnerable off top-weight from 10lb above his last winning mark.
Took his revenge on revised terms with today's rival Jokers And Rogues over C&D (good) last month; 4lb higher in the weights for that narrow last time out success and not always easy to predict; the bulk of his wins have come at this track.
Soft ground proven and evidently back to her best for current handler Donald Whillans; 4lb higher than when making a winning chasing debut at Catterick (2m, good to soft) in December; very much respected.
Broke his duck at the 19th attempt when making all to score over an extended 2m3f here (soft) on his penultimate start; has produced a reasonable effort off his revised mark since; drops back to 2m; stablemate of Frankie Ballou.
Not the most reliable of mares and she has rather been around the block in terms of trainers; reverts to chasing for the first time since finishing sixth of 12 to Lightentertainment at Warwick (2m) on New Years Eve.
Prominent racing veteran; made all when beating Roxyfet by a neck in this contest in 2017 (soft) - also won the race in 2016. However, is 0-23 since and looks to be in decline.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Miss J E FosterJ: Henry Brooke|
Two Hoots (5/2), Roxyfet (11/4), Lucarno Dancer (3/1), Hurricane Rita (4/1), Jokers And Rogues (10/1), Frankie Ballou (14/1), Duhallowcountry (33/1)
- Lucarno Dancer
- Frankie Ballou
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