18:40 Bangor-on-Dee Mon 19 August 2019
Won three on Flat for Richard Hannon and in good form over hurdles for current yard with recent wins at Cartmel and over C&D. Makes handicap bow and appears stable first-string so should make a bold bid for the hat-trick.
Won three of her last five starts but found step up to Galway Festival level beyond here last time following two month break. This looks more realistic and is only 4lb higher than last success at Warwick in May
Won at Ludlow and Worcester a few seasons back but didn't show too much in recent spin over hurdles when distant fourth at Southwell in June. Dropped 2lb but hails from top yard and has to be respected..
Stayed on well to just and the spoils over C&D last time having gone close at Perth a few weeks earlier. Seems in fine form and 2lb raise looks fair so should again be right in the mix.
Six wins on the Flat and only win from nine attempts over hurdles came over C&D back in May 2017 off 9lb higher mark. Not disgraced here last time over 2m3f but needs to raise his game to score dropping back in trip.
Stable companion of See The Sea. Landed Catterick 2m h'cap hurdle on New Year's Day off 4lb higher mark. Ran well for a long way over C&D last time on first run following break, only fading on the run-in. Fair shout off 2lb lower mark.
Last Year's Winner
|T: D McCain JnrJ: B S Hughes|
See The Sea (5/4), Outcrop (7/2), So Lonely (7/2), Zenafire (9/1), Solstalla (10/1), Inn The Bull (12/1), The Herds Garden (14/1)
- The Herds Garden
- See The Sea
- So Lonely
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