18:50 Uttoxeter Thu 13 June 2019
- Remembering Lisa Oldham Novices' Hurdle (Class 4)
- 1m 7f 168y,
- 6 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Was only low-grade on the Flat and has been well beaten in two hurdles starts. Plenty to find with the principals here and can only be watched.
Not the worst debut for his new yard when beaten 10l at Bangor last month, and point-to-point form suggests he might handle this ground. May want further but this isn't strong, and he can't be discounted.
Winner at Fakenham in March but was a beaten favourite again at Market Rasen last time, hard to find an excuse for that (had his own way in front) and isn't progressing. Clear chance again on form but is beatable.
First start for this yard, who have great success with these French imports, not seen out since September (although did take part in a charity race recently) so needs to prove fitness, but looks one of the main protagonists.
Did spring a 25-1 surprise on Southwell 's Fibresand last December but the rest of his form is nowhere near that standard, and although his hurdles debut at Huntingdon wasn't a write-off, he's plenty on here.
No more than glimmers of ability in four starts, three bumpers and a maiden hurdle, and although she's likely to do better at some point, this simply looks too hard.
Last Year's Winner
|T: I JardineJ: Ross Chapman|
Boltissime (11/10), Swaffham Bulbeck (11/8), Iconic Hero (6/1), Handsome Bob (25/1), Caracas (33/1), Misu Bula (66/1)
- Iconic Hero
- Swaffham Bulbeck
Next Race Off
Roger Fell is clearly keen to win the AGMA Stablemate Carlisle Bell, and Anita Chambers fancies Tadaawol to score.
Archie Perkins can claim his third win of the year, according to Anita Chambers - she has a tip for every race on Tuesday.
Ryan Moore is fancied to be among the winner aboard Nicklaus at Salisbury on Wednesday.