17:15 Huntingdon Tue 19 March 2019
Bumper winner at Senonnes-Pouance (1m7f, soft) in October last year but finished well beaten in two starts here last year, leaving Colin Tizzard prior to this season's return. Plenty to prove now.
Promise on debut, and seemed to benefit from wind surgery when winning on his third start in an AW bumper at Lingfield last month. Bit more required if he's to defy a penalty, but respected.
Stowaway gelding who is out of a half-sister to Grade 1 winner Outlander among other useful winners, although unraced dam's first foal was of little account.
Similar form when out of the frame in bumpers at Wincanton and Fontwell, although shaped better last time, and isn't without hope if seeing things out better.
Trans Island gelding from a yard which has more than its share of winners in this sphere, and worth a market check for all dam's previous foal to race was a poor performer.
By Presenting out of a half-sister to the high-class hurdle/chase winner Quito De La Roque, and shaped well despite inexperience when third on bumper debut at Bangor in December. Sure to improve, and sound claims for in-form yard.
half-brother to a fairly useful chaser in France, out of a lightly-raced Flat maiden. Saddle slipped when well held at Catterick on racecourse bow, and best not judged on that effort.
Homebred by Aussie Rules out of a three-time Fibresand winner (1m3f-1m4f). Tongue tied for debut, which raises concerns, but merits a market check.
Well held on first two starts, but fared much better when second of 12 to Lantiern at Lingfield (AW) last time. Needs to show she can carry that improvement back to turf now.
Last Year's Winner
Captain Ivan (2/1), Roque It (9/4), Redford Road (11/2), Parisian Affair (7/1), Lantiern (8/1), Folau (12/1), Mr Woolley (50/1), Darling Alko (66/1), Chesney Brown (66/1)
- Roque It
- Captain Ivan
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