19:50 Uttoxeter Thu 13 June 2019
- ST14 Construction Maiden Hurdle (Class 5)
- 2m 3f 207y,
- 7 Runners
- Surface: Turf
Seemed to have little idea of what was required of him at Worcester on debut last month, but was getting the hang of it late and stayed on well enough. Different ground conditions to cope with here, but should improve.
Well beaten in two starts, sent off a big price on both occasions, and hard to see why he should do any better here.
Second on both starts, latest effort at Southwell coming after a long absence and he looked a surefire winner on that. Seemed to handle soft on debut and in a weak event, looks one of the bigger players if he can repeat latest effort.
Has joined Dan Skelton (formerly with Ronald O'Neill), looks to have a big chance if he can repeat his third to the useful Speaker Connolly from last year and new yard are very good at getting these sorts ready first time, Must have chances.
Point-to-point winner last year and showed a little bit of promise here last month. Yard have been among the winners and improvement can be expected, but this may just be a bit too tough.
Second on last two starts reads well enough, but he's starting to look a bit exposed and he's not really improving as yet. Clear chance on form, but this ground a question mark and others make more appeal.
Tailed off on both starts and hard to see where the necessary improvement is coming from today. No realistic chance of success.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D SkeltonJ: Harry Skelton|
Topofthecotswolds (13/8), Bold Record (9/4), Masteen (5/2), Teddy's Acre (8/1), The Cattlejobber (25/1), Gotaloton (66/1), Ian's Gift (66/1)
- Bold Record
- Teddy's Acre
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.