20:40 Huntingdon Tue 21 May 2019
Winner of his last two point-to-points, although they have only been moderate affairs, in truth, and he meets some classier sorts today. Needs more.
Tends to blaze off in front and has made all last two, easy winner at Eyton last time clearly in good heart. This is tougher though, but not ruled out.
Took advantage of the misfortunes of others to score at Peper Harow last time, but overall level of form isn't that strong, and others readily make more appeal.
Nothing wrong with his second to Cheltenham stalwart Sam Cavallero back there last time, doing some good late work. These conditions fine and he looks a cut above most of these. Big chance.
Was only modest under Rules for Dan Skelton but has turned in some decent efforts in Open company in point-to-points this season. Never was the easiest to win with, but clear chances on form today.
Good jockey booking but there's little in his form to suggest he can challenge the best of these. Well beaten at Higham again last time, and hard to fancy.
Last Year's Winner
Saffron Wells (4/5), Bletchley Castle (5/2), Knockedoutloaded (13/2), Blackwood Rover (18/1), Sand Blast (28/1), Torran Na Dtonn (40/1)
- Blackwood Rover
- Bletchley Castle
- Sand Blast
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