18:00 Ffos Las Tue 14 May 2019
Victorious three times on the Flat most recently at Windsor (1m2f, good) 12 months ago. Well beaten on seasonal return at Newbury (1m2f, good-to-soft) last month and worth a check in the market on hurdling debut.
Placed in a maiden point-to-point in Ireland in April 2017. Best effort in two Rules starts when beaten 6L in a match over 2m at Chepstow (good) last time out. Blinkers worn for the first time that day are retained.
Finished runner-up in maiden hurdles the last twice including when beaten 8L in a 16 runner contest at Wetherby (good) last month. Strong claims of going one better in this contest.
Well beaten in two starts since joining this stable including over an extended 2m3f at Chepstow (good) last month. Returning from 13 months off the track that day and others make more appeal.
Maidena fter seven starts and registered a first completion over hurdles when beaten 22L at Ludlow (2m, good) early last month. Showed ability prior to falling on two starts prior to that and is interesting for a top yard.
Held in both starts so far most recently when 80L third of four on hurdling debut at Fontwell (good) last month. Others hold stronger claims.
Dual Flat winner but struggled in both starts over hurdles in December. Changed yards since and likely to be of more interest once tackling handicaps.
Last Year's Winner
Isaac Wonder (11/10), Dream Machine (5/2), Dieu Benisse (11/4), Show Of Force (20/1), Barcalona (28/1), Tilson (50/1), Peltwell (66/1)
- Isaac Wonder
- Dieu Benisse
- Dream Machine
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