17:10 Huntingdon Mon 22 April 2019
Built on a respectable effort on debut when winning over C&D last month; the gelding made all and won well despite hanging to the left near the finish. More to do under a penalty but has to merit an interest in an ordinary contest.
Well beaten in all three starts and already has a lot of improvement to find. Bred to get further than this and possible a step up in trip will suit when obstacles are in the way further down the line.
Posted a couple of respectable efforts at Wincanton and Lingfield but never really got close to the winner on either occasion. Still learning but is another who is likely to appreciate a longer distance judging by his pedigree.
Cost €45,000 and is a brother to classy Cheltenham Festival winner A Plus Tard, the gelding makes plenty of appeal on pedigree and is well worth noting in the betting. One to consider for sure.
Cost €48,000 as a three-year-old, the Authorized gelding has winners in his pedigree and should have no issues with the trip. Yard can ready a horse of his type; another to bear in mind.
Makes limited appeal on pedigree and has to be a concern that the mare is blinkered for this racecourse debut. Hard to recommend on this occasion.
Last Year's Winner
Mister Coffey (8/11), Sadlermor (5/2), Kap Auteuil (13/2), Mr Woolley (14/1), The Darley Lama (18/1), Dinnerlady (50/1)
- The Darley Lama
- Kap Auteuil
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