15:25 Taunton Tue 19 March 2019
Gone well over the hurdles course here and returns on the back of a highly promising chase debut last time out. Well worth considering.
Won over this sort of trip at Exeter over hurdles two years ago but lost her way since. Chase starts since have been modest and although open to improvement, she's still got plenty to find.
Made a mockery of his 66/1 starting price when victorious at Bangor in October but has shown precious little since. Finished a well beaten third of six in modest company last time needs to be bettered by some way. This is another poor race though.
Solid run here last time and possible the drop in trip will be more to his liking. Not the most consistent though and rarely runs two races the same. Needs everything to go his way.
Out of the weights and plenty to prove on chasing debut (hurdles form leaves a lot to be desired).
Run above expectations twice lately and certainly seems to be better over fences than hurdles. Has a bit to find at the weights but has gone close from out of the handicap before, so dangerous to underestimate.
Form under both codes has been underwhelming over the last year and the mare has done little since returning from wind surgery; she is probably best watched as she makes her debut for a new yard.
Last Year's Winner
Flight To Milan (2/1), Tactical Manoeuvre (9/4), Drops Of Jupitor (5/1), Midnight Owle (11/2), Cnoc Sion (15/2), Kingston Mimosa (20/1), Opera Buffa (50/1)
- Flight To Milan
- Midnight Owle
- Cnoc Sion
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