17:25 Huntingdon Thu 11 April 2019
Sir Percy gelding from an unraced dam; yard 0-24 with bumper runners previously and looks an unlikely winner on debut.
Given a tough enough introduction in a Listed bumper last time when well-beaten at Cheltenham on New Year's Day, couldn't improve in lesser event since at Chepstow. Lots of work to be done.
Sulamani gelding. Half-brother to modest hurdler Rosie Revenue and bumper winner/modest chaser Sheepclose. Second runner for trainer, yard 0-24 with bumper runners previously.
Half-brother to four winners including Genstone Trail (bumper/3m1f hurdle) and Plum Stone (AW bumper), out of 2m4f winning hurdler. Needs to build on January debut at Warwick to take closer role.
A £66,000 five-year-old Yeats gelding, he was twice placed in as many attempts in point-to-points, latest in February, and should be fit enough to do himself justice on rules bow. Watch betting.
Diamond Boy gelding, makes some appeal on breeding and trainer, who doesn't have many bumper runners, is 1-2 in 2019. May find a couple too strong however.
€15,000 three-year-old, Mustameet gelding. Half-brother to useful hurdler/chaser Listen Dear. Trainer has only modest record in bumpers, potentially best watched here.
Bonbon Rose gelding is a half-brother to three winners, including Deception Island and Worldly Wise, connections forked out €15,000 to pick him up as a three-year-old and need monitoring on debut run.
Home-bred (plenty of stamina in the pedigree) and well fended off on recent debut at Stratford, doesn't appeal as sort to come forward enough to land a blow now.
Fame And Glory mare with plenty going for her on paper, made a pleasing start last month at Wetherby in good-ground bumper and could build on that now.
Last Year's Winner
Willie Butler (2/1), Keen On (2/1), Overflow (11/4), Namib Dancer (7/2), West Coast Glory (6/1), Mr Perfect (8/1), Millstone (12/1), Idols's Eye (14/1), Feel The Pinch (20/1), Jetset Lad (28/1), Capla Grey (33/1), Happy News (80/1)
- Keen On
- Willie Butler
- Namib Dancer
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