20:00 Ffos Las Tue 14 May 2019
Winner of two of his last three starts most recently in a novices' handicap chase over 2m at Hereford (good-to-soft) in November. One to note on return from a break.
Struggled in two starts since joining this stable and was beaten 31L in a 2m handicap chase at Taunton (good-to-soft) in March. Has won off higher marks in the past.
Ten race maiden has placed on each of his last two starts. Beaten 1½L over an extended 2m at Newcastle (good-to-soft) in returning cheekpieces (retained) early last month and is interesting despite a 1lb rise in the weights.
16 race maiden beaten 27L when finishing third over an extended 2m at Huntingdon (good) last week. More needed if he is to take this event.
Sole success in 16 starts came in a maiden on the Flat at three. Beaten 21L in a handicap chase over an extended 1m7f at Soutwhell (good) last month and others make more appeal.
13 race maiden finished 18L third over an extended 2m7f at Huntingdon (good) last month. Dropping markedly in distance and worth a check in the market.
13 race maiden beaten 14½L when finishing third over an extended 2m at Newton Abbot (good-to-firm) in July 2016. Probably best watched on first start since.
Dual chase winner in 2016 but out of form over hurdles in three starts since joining this stable. Others hold stronger claims on chase return.
Last Year's Winner
Alltimegold (5/2), Babytaggle (3/1), Kilmoganny (3/1), Centreofexcellence (8/1), Mutoondresdashorse (8/1), Patsio (10/1), Thats Yer Man (12/1), Triggywinkle (25/1)
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