14:45 Newton Abbot Mon 29 July 2019
Unreliable type who has slipped back below his last winning mark following wind surgery; followed a good run with a below-par one last time (pulled-up). Record already an inconsistent one but capable off this mark if the mood suits him.
Capable of winning over fences as a 6-34 record proves but isn't the most straightforward and is prone to having his off and well as on days. Very much off the pace last time but capable of bouncing back although this mark remains a tough one.
Looked rusty last time after a 12-month break and without his usual blinkers (they return here) when a distant fifth at Worcester earlier in the month. Capable of winning something like this bit needs to make a considerable step forward.
One of the more reliable types in his and a C&D winner to boot he's won twice since recording that victory last summer proving himself over staying trips. Seen to advantage last time but second suggested he could cope with this sort of mark.
Hurdles winner over staying trips who had looked rather unfortunate not to add to his tally in that sphere this year (second twice). Made an appalling start to his career over fences at Ffos Las looking laboured and hesitant; can only be watched.
One of a number of quirky types in this who despite two wins over fences in the spring that came via an ease in grade and an easy contest has failed to convince since. Returns to fences after a spin over hurdles last time; has some convincing to do.
Back to winning ways off the back of a break over hurdles at Fontwell in May under today's rider but has run deplorably twice since returned to fences. Lower in the weights in this sphere but failed to complete last time; faces pace pressure.
Last Year's Winner
|T: J ScottJ: Nick Scholfield|
Fifty Shades (9/4), Our Reward (7/2), Exxaro (5/1), Little Windmill (5/1), Gamain (13/2), Flying Verse (8/1), Forever My Friend (33/1)
- Fifty Shades
- Little Windmill
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