17:00 Perth Sun 9 June 2019
Not one to set the clock by, but ran well over C&D last time. Up 1lb for that, and entitled to respect again.
Won a Carlisle novices' handicap hurdle (2m4f, good to soft) in 2017, but hasn't gone on from there in three runs since. Plenty more to do.
Six-race maiden and former Charlie Mann-trained. Well beaten on debut for this stable and can only watch.
Likes to get his toe in, and any further rain would be positive. Ran well over C&D from this mark in April. Latest effort was in a hunter chase, but not ruled out back over this C&D.
Placed in big field handicaps at both Tipperary and Thurles this year. Stays well and no surprise to see her get heavily involved.
Didn't show any consistency as a novice with Nigel Twiston-Davies and has since changed hands. Makes debut for this trainer here, with a watching brief suggested.
Scored at Kelso (3m2f, good) in October, and ran well from this mark at Hexham next time. Pulled up at that track over 4m last time, and forecast rain won't play to his strengths.
Well beaten at long odds in four maiden hurdles. Now makes handicap debut off lowly mark, up in trip and with headgear on. Market check advised.
Last Year's Winner
Darling Miss (7/4), Presence Felt (3/1), Always Tipsy (5/1), Chanceiton (13/2), Oscar Ceremony (7/1), Opechee (12/1), Golan Warrior (14/1), It'll Do Rightly (18/1), Eyreshill (50/1)
- Darling Miss
- Presence Felt
- Always Tipsy
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