14:10 Haydock Wed 20 March 2019
Dual hurdle winner for Henry De Bromhead, including a comfortable success on his final start for that trainer at Galway in August. Well held here over C&D on stable debut. More needed from this mark, but entitled to respect.
Produced an improved effort when scoring at Catterick last time, in what was a decent novices' contest for the track. Penalised as a result, but handles soft ground and should go very close.
Has shown steady improvement in his last four starts, scoring at Exeter and twice running well under penalties since. Acts on soft ground and should be very competitive.
Triple Flat winner from 1m1f-1m6f, all on good ground. Has shown promise in both hurdles starts so far. Needs to improve on those again to win here, but no reason why he can't.
Last Year's Winner
|Kapga De Lily||5||10-7||66/1|
|T: Miss V WilliamsJ: Aidan Coleman|
Chambard (5/6), Captain Moirette (9/4), Skiddaw Valleys (6/1), It's Never Enough (12/1), Black Key (16/1)
- Captain Moirette
- Skiddaw Valleys
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