15:10 Perth Thu 16 May 2019
Course winner who scored twice in a week at 2m4f in December. Not as good in defeat since including on the Flat last time though a return to more forcing tactics could help him.
Has taken well to this game and may well be unbeaten in three goes over hurdles but for been hampered at Musselburgh on New years day. Fit from the Flat, likes this ground and more to come in this sphere so has to be respected
Rare runner over here for Irish yard. Point-to-point winner and impressive on hurdling debut at Catterick in weak contest in December 2017. Ran to similar level when third the following month but not seen since.
Took a while to get to get off the mark but did so over C&D last month on good to soft in first time cheek pieces when beating subsequent winner. Up 8lb but trainers runners here always command plenty of respect.
Inconsistent since joining current yard but was travelling well when falling five out at Ayr last time, and although too far out to say how he would have fared, could be capable of better.
5-19 at the track and ground is fine but usually found in lesser company (Newcastle win in December was a 0-100) and may struggle in this better grade.
Last Year's Winner
Load Up Time (11/10), Kajaki (3/1), Green Zone (7/2), Golden Jeffrey (9/1), It'll Do Rightly (20/1), Beau Et Sublime (22/1)
- Load Up Time
- Golden Jeffrey
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