17:40 Huntingdon Wed 13 March 2019
Fetched £140,000 after winning lone point-to-point at short odds in November when showing a good turn of foot to land a slowly run race. Trainer has a notable record in bumpers but it stands at a more modest 2-21 here since 2014.
£12,000 purchase by Morozov with speed on the dam's side of the pedigree. Stable having a good year with their bumper runners and have gone close in the last three runnings of this. Hard to fault debut effort when a truer gallop would have helped.
£42,000 son of Dubai Destination related to three winners who have all needed at least 2m3f over hurdles. Stable 3-14 in last two weeks.
Son of Al Namix who fetched £13,000 at Goffs in August. Stable have had a couple of bumper winners this season.
Home-bred Black Sam Bellamy gelding out of a dam who won three 3m hurdles in these colours. Stable introduced a useful sort in this race two years ago, but likely one or two of these might have too much speed.
Cost $275,000 as a yearling but swapped hands for just £9,000 at the sales in July. Ordinary form in two bumpers so far and he appeared not to stay this far last time.
Related to five Flat winners including multiple scorers Homeric and Boychick. Took some pushing and shoving to reach third on debut, but should improve for the experience and gets a useful allowance.
Filly by Arc winner Rail Link out of a 1m Fibresand winner. First NH runner for yard since the 2011-12 season and likely to be at long odds to make a winning debut.
Last Year's Winner
|That's A Given||4||10-8||9/4|
|T: P J HobbsJ: T J O'Brien|
Beyond Redemption (1/2), Sadlermor (7/2), Tension Time (7/1), Soyouthinksoagain (14/1), Blackfinch (16/1), According To Alex (16/1), Ehmaj (33/1), Anahline (33/1)
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