14:15 Sedgefield Tue 23 April 2019
Comes here in great form after wins at Newcastle (2m4f) and here (2m5f). Up 7lb for latest win but that far from harsh for comprehensive success and every chance she can land the hat-trick.
Won twice at Market Rasen last season but then lost his way. Not reached anywhere near that level either this season with two non-descript efforts so others make greater appeal.
Eight-race maiden and while she ran one of her best races so far when third latest even a further 4lb ease from the handicapper only maker her of place appeal here.
Unsuccessful in 20 chases for Philip Rothwell in Ireland and will certainly need to step up his game here for new connections. Fell when last seen.
Two from three here this season and second in-between. Won over C&D earlier in campaign and over 2m½f latest. Handicap rise leaves him a little more vulnerable but bold bid still very much expected.
Three-time chase winner returned from 346 days off when a remote seventh of 10 at Newcastle latest. Hopefully come on for that but surprise if enough to get competitive.
Over a year since his lone chase win and little hints that he will change that soon despite running to a relatively consistent level. 6lb below aforementioned success and cheekpieces tried.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Micky HammondJ: Miss Becky Smith|
Chasma (7/4), Two Hoots (3/1), Paddling (7/2), Lucky Robin (13/2), Expresstime (16/1), Burning Issues (20/1), Harleys Max (28/1)
- Two Hoots
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