20:20 Ffos Las Fri 12 July 2019
Well beaten on his hurdles debut he came back to racing under Rules vis a fall in his only point-to-point with a creditable effort over C&D (fourth). That race was a muddling affair (home straight hurdles omitted); needs The Cashel Man to falter.
Took an Irish point-to-point by 5L but his Rules form has so far failed to come anywhere near that level. Well beaten in a Chepstow bumper (stable/Rules debut), his hurdles debut wasn't any better struggling from early on.
Certainly not straightforward but has shown himself to be useful on the Flat on occasions (last run in May was well below-par). Arguably better form over hurdles despite not winning as yet and ought to accomplish a simple task here.
Flat form consists of three low-grade AW wins at up to 2m but made an indifferent start to his hurdling career for when with Sean Lycett over a couple of different distances. Shaped like a non-stayer at 2m7f, now back from absence with a new yard.
Couple of point-to-point runner-up spots to his name this spring (started favourite both times) before he made his Rules debut over hurdles here over 2m. Given a considerate introduction by today's rider; should show a little more today.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Miss R CurtisJ: Adrian Heskin|
The Cashel Man (1/8), Diamond Reggie (4/1), Carpool (16/1), Volturnus (20/1), Norwegian Woods (33/1)
- The Cashel Man
- Diamond Reggie
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