13:40 Bangor-on-Dee Fri 2 August 2019
Career best effort in finishing third in a maiden hurdle over an extended 2m5f at Newton Abbot (good) last month when returning from a break. Leading contender dropping slightly in distance.
Placed three times in bumpers and finished fourth on both previous starts over hurdles. Beaten 12½L over an extended 2m5f at Newton Abbot (good) two months ago and is of interest once more.
Finished a promising 10½L fourth in a 13 runner bumper over 2m when debuting at Worcester (good) a month ago. Worth a check in the market on hurdling debut.
Placed four times from nine point-to-point starts and showed decent form when 5L second over an extended 2m7f at Uttoxeter (good) on last months hurdling and Rules debut. Drops in trip with a top jockey booked to ride.
Placed in a copule of Fontwell bumpers but finished a well held 28L third over an extended 2m4f at Southwell (good) on hurdles debut last month and more is needed on this occasion.
Winner of a four runner bumper at Ffos Las (good) on her penultimate start. Beaten 16½L when fourth over 2m at the same venue on hurdling debut last time out and interesting to see how she fares.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Tom LaceyJ: R Johnson|
Eleanorofaquitaine (1/1), Quivvy Lough (3/1), Cut And Run (4/1), On The Quiet (12/1), Perfectly Honest (14/1), Winter Holiday (25/1)
- Cut And Run
- On The Quiet
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