16:35 Uttoxeter Wed 19 June 2019
Lost his way for his former stable and plenty to prove after a very moderate effort before being pulled up last time out. Best watched on debut for a new yard.
Been successful on two raids on British prize-money already this month and looks a progressive type for a modest race like this. Will need to be just that under a double penalty but Richard Johnson knows him well. Bold bid for the hat-trick likely.
Been off for over a year but reverts to hurdles at a reasonable level; has gone close when fresh before and is 1lb below his last winning mark. One to note in the betting.
Feasibly on a competitive mark but well beaten in both starts since returning from a long absence and now has a lot to prove with regard to retaining interest in the game.
Well held in two starts at Newton Abbot last month and is another with a bit to prove as he's only made it to the racecourse twice since May 2017.
Set to race from just 2lb above his last winning mark over hurdles but he's been expensive and indeed frustrating to follow since he last tasted success. Well beaten the last time he raced at this course but should handle the conditions.
Out of the weights and form has been uninspiring of late. Needs a lot to go his way on these terms; hard to recommend on the back of a poor run at Warwick last month.
Last Year's Winner
|Ready And Able||5||11-11||3/1|
|T: Jonjo O'NeillJ: Aidan Coleman|
Darling Miss (4/6), Cougar Kid (5/2), Doctor Look Here (10/1), Brotherly Company (20/1), Grove Silver (20/1), Stolberg (28/1), Cliffside Park (100/1)
- Darling Miss
- Brotherly Company
- Cougar Kid
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