14:20 Plumpton Mon 18 March 2019
1-59 in the other code and pulled up here behind Triumph winner Pentland Hills on hurdles debut. Can only watch.
A 22L fifth to Pentland Hills here last time now looks like it was no disgrace, and certainly a step up on what had gone before. Appears to act on soft ground, and should be competitive in this line-up.
Refused to race on her only racecourse visit for Nicky Henderson and held in two bumpers and two hurdles for this trainer. Plenty more needed in this field.
Well held in all three Flat start for Richard Hannon and both hurdles outings since joining this stable. Can only watch until we see signs of ability.
Scored over 1m4f (good to firm) on the Flat for Ed Dunlop (OR 78). 16-1 and ran with credit on hurdles/stable debut at Newbury recently. Should be better for that experience and could finish much closer this time.
Has shown very little in either code so far. Others readily preferred.
Moderate on the Flat so far from 6f-1m4f and no jumps pedigree to speak of. Watching brief advised.
Last Year's Winner
Shut The Box (10/11), Vision Clear (11/10), Dream Machine (7/4), Avonmore (14/1), Given Name (33/1), Maytheorsebewithu (50/1), Singer In The Sand (66/1), Awesome Rock (100/1)
- Dream Machine
- Vision Clear
- Shut The Box
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