18:40 Huntingdon Tue 21 May 2019
Always look like the type to make a chaser, from a good family and already a winner over hurdles at Uttoxeter last October. However, other efforts nowhere near that good, and was tailed off when last seen, so possibly needs this after a break.
On a good mark on best of hurdles form, and turned in a decent effort at Ludlow last time out, and seemed to just about get this trip. This is winnable, so may not need much more than a repeat of that to be on the premises at the business end.
Crying out for fences, and connections wasting little time with him over hurdles. Has shown ability on more than one occasion and you can expect him to leave previous form behind now seeing fences. Yard going well, and looks a player.
Is improving a little with each run over fences, and found a little race to win here last time out, finishing off well to score with a bit in hand. This is a bit harder, but chasing experience puts him in good stead, and not discounted.
Mark falling pretty quickly after a series of moderate efforts, never in the hunt at Warwick on latest start and eventually pulled up. Plenty to prove at present and needs to find improvement from somewhere.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M BradstockJ: Nico de Boinville|
Vaxalco (6/4), Net De Treve (9/4), Nesterenko (7/2), Lord In Red (8/1), Court Out (16/1)
- Court Out
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