16:35 Fontwell Sat 16 March 2019
Hasn't built on promising fourth at Chepstow in the autumn but not knocked about in two runs since and almost certainly has more to come with connections having found a weak maiden.
No sign of ability having been pulled up at huge prices in three hurdles and impossible to fancy on that evidence.
A glimmer of ability in Bumper and Point-to-point when seen in 2017 and trained in Ireland. Only of interest on English debut if the market speaks positively.
Went off short on debut here last summer but showed very little and hasn't improved in two further bumpers. Wind surgery since last seen but huge improvement needed for this hurdling debut.
Big improvement on his debut in this country when front running here last month and second to a smart juvenile. Meets nothing of that calibre today and similar tactics should pay off.
Tailed off both starts over hurdles and has miles to find with Flaminger from their run here last month.
Poor form in six career starts split between bumpers and hurdles and needs to take a dramatic step forward to play a role.
Last Year's Winner
Cilaos Glace (1/1), Flaminger (11/10), Solar Glory (10/1), Kenny George (25/1), Minnie Escape (33/1), O'rahilly (40/1), Further North (66/1)
- Cilaos Glace
- Solar Glory
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