14:45 Sedgefield Tue 23 April 2019
Belied 200/1 odds to be third of seven in C&D hurdle debut before a shade disappointing next at Kelso when fifth of 12. More needed here but has place prospects.
Irish point winner (second start) who has run well over hurdles twice, without success. Below par last twice but wind-surgery may cure the issue and best form would put him in the thick of things for sure.
£18,000 purchase won Irish mares maiden point-to-point in last start between the flags. Well beaten on Rules bow at Wetherby (3m) and will have to step up on that effort to play more than a minor role.
Pulled up on first two hurdles starts here before latest tailed off eighth of 11. Can't be confident.
Irish raider ran her best race so far latest when third of 18 at Limerick in a maiden. Surprise if this race as strong as that so looks to have very sound claims today.
Midfield effort at Wetherby latest when beaten 41L one of her best but still well short of what's required here.
Yet to make the frame and beaten 39L and 42L in two hurdles to date. Better can be expected once handicapping. Hood worn here for the first time.
Dual Flat winner for Kevin Ryan had two starts for Gordon Elliott before joining this yard. Stable bow a running on third here over 2m1f and only beaten 3L. Longer trip will suit and has very strong claims here.
Beaten 45L (43L by Savannah Moon) when returning to Rules racing latest after unsuccessful stint in point-to-points. Impossible to fancy.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Kevin FrostJ: Aidan Coleman|
Late Again (11/10), Savannah Moon (2/1), Thelongwayaround (4/1), Go To Court (17/2), Mahler Supreme (25/1), She'sasupermack (50/1), Mrs Davies (66/1), Molly Whuppie (100/1), Jo Cashflow (250/1)
- Savannah Moon
- Late Again
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