14:15 Huntingdon Mon 22 April 2019
Has ability over fences and is open to a bit more improvement. Had just come under pressure when he fell last time out but can be expected to be wiser for the experience. Needs to up his concentration levels.
Has won over fences and is on a handy mark in comparison. Wasn't beaten far at Southwell latest and sound claims in this company if he can dig a little deeper.
Has C&D experience and was still in with a chance until the latter stages here earlier in the month. He did hang under pressure on that occasion but this is weaker and he may have more to offer. The betting can guide.
Finished just in front of Fenjack over C&D earlier this month and has to be respected on the face value of that effort. A more patient ride might help him get home today.
Has a poor completion rate and is very difficult to recommend even though he's now 5lb below his last winning mark.
Rated equally over hurdles and fences but has yet to win a chase from 11 previous attempts. Very little from his last start suggested he would get lucky at the twelfth time of asking.
0-41 over fences and makes very limited appeal from so far out of the handicap. Others much more likely winners than this fellow.
Last Year's Winner
Kilmoganny (13/8), Fenjack (9/4), King Vince (11/2), Arboretum (7/1), Gentleman Moore (15/2), Sgt Bull Berry (22/1), Sussex Road (80/1)
- Gentleman Moore
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