17:35 Kelso Tue 10 September 2019
Likes to bowl along in front and has been putting those tactics to good use this summer, twice a winner at Cartmel and lost little in defeat last time. Might need more off this mark but looks sure to run his race all the same.
Winner of three of last four, improving nicely over hurdles when last seen but that was last November and the suspicion is he might need the run. Progressive though, so chances if he is ready, and a look at the market should give a clue.
Won a handicap at Wetherby in May but has found life harder from his revised mark after that, and he gave up too quickly for comfort at Southwell last time, finishing tailed off. Others make more appeal after that.
Found a new lease of life lately, rattling off a hat-trick in just over a month in the summer and was very game at Cartmel on latest start. Only 2lb higher here and this versatile type ought to be thereabouts again.
Won a couple of good class handicap hurdles in the spring but form has taken a turn for the worse lately and connections now try some headgear after his tailed off effort at Market Rasen last time. Looks risky.
Possibly found the ground against her at Cartmel last time but had put in a solid effort in a Uttoxeter hurdle before that, form that gives her a decent chance here. Needs the rain to stay away but solid chance if it does.
Won a couple of handicaps last year and has probably needed both her runs this season to get her fitter after an absence. Looks on a workable mark and despite a likely big price, isn't totally discounted.
Last Year's Winner
One Night In Milan (2/1), Beeno (11/4), Stop Talking (5/1), Morraman (7/1), Ardera Cross (10/1), Ryedale Racer (10/1), Kick On Dottie (12/1), Cairnshill (12/1)
- Stop Talking
- Ardera Cross
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