14:15 Bangor-on-Dee Sat 18 May 2019
Ran well to finish fourth in a handicap chase over an extended 2m4f on good ground here last time out. Has run well over this trip in the past and cheekpieces tried for the first time.
C&D winner has finished third on both starts this year including over this trip at Uttoxeter (good) earlier this month. One to note off a mark 3lb higher than for his latest success.
Impressive 6L winner of a novices' handicap chase over C&D on good ground just over a month ago. Pulled up subsequently however and needs to put that effort behind him.
Good 6L second to Change Ur Tune over C&D on good ground on his penultimate start. Held over hurdles subsequently however and interesting on return to fences.
Placed in handicap hurdles on his last three tarts. Beaten 10½L over 3m1f at Plumpton (good) last month and is one to note on return to fences.
Winner twice over C&D last year including off a 2lb lower mark in this contest. Out of form in two starts this year however including when pulled up at Huntingdon (good) last month.
Pulled up in two starts since returning to fences and others make more appeal racing from out of the handicap in this event.
Nine race maiden has pulled up on both previous starts over fences. More needed racing from out of the handicap.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J GroucottJ: Lee Edwards|
Out For Justice (9/4), Pray For A Rainbow (11/4), Cruising Bye (5/1), Change Ur Tune (5/1), Heavenly Promise (7/1), Sartene's Son (11/1), How's My Friend (14/1), Tommy The Rascal (18/1), Againn Dul Aghaidh (20/1), Monty Massini (50/1)
- Pray For A Rainbow
- Cruising Bye
- Change Ur Tune
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