14:05 Uttoxeter Wed 11 September 2019
His sole victory came at Taunton (2m½f) last November. He has been below his best in his two appearances this season, including latest where he was last of seven at Ffos Las (2m6f). Needs to improve on recent form.
Broke his maiden on his seasonal reappearance at Market Rasen (2m4½f). Has not been able to follow that up since. He was 14L behind last time at Market Rasen (2m7f). Has been eased 3lb but others are preferred still.
Has notched up three wins from his 18 starts over hurdles so far. He was third of seven over this C&D back in July. Is now off a 1lb lower mark. Does need to produce a career best to prevail but he has each-way claims .
Notched up three wins in 2018. Has not been faring badly recently but has yet to add to his tally this year. He was third of seven last time at Bangor (2m7f), beaten 8L. Drops down 1lb in the weights. Not to be discounted.
Was successful at Fontwell two starts ago over 2m5½f. Then appeared at Bangor (2m7f) where he was fancied to follow up but he had to settle for second place of nine. One for the shortlist off this mark.
Scored for the second time over hurdles at Southwell (3m) on his penultimate start in an eight runner field. He was third of 11 on his latest appearance at Bangor (2m7f). Remains off the same mark. One to consider.
Lightly-raced gelding who has had just the four starts in the UK under Rules. He was fifth of 10 at Worcester (2m4f) on his latest run. Stepping up in trip here but he has won over 3m in a point-to-point. May improve for this stamina test.
Has only won once in 31 appearances. His only success came at Fakenham (2m4f) back in June. Was fifth of 14 last time at Worcester (2m7f). Is now just 2lb above his last winning mark. Has to be respected.
Broke his maiden under Rules at Fakenham (2m7½f) three starts ago. Has run well without success in to two appearances since then, including latest at Market Rasen (2m7f) where he was second of 12. Leading player once again.
A winner on the AW on the Flat but has been a long way down the field on his three hurdles starts. He was seventh of 11 on the Flat at Chepstow last time over 2m2f. This will be his first run for his new yard. Others appeal more.
A C&D winner here back in June 2017. Has come close on a couple of occasions in 2019. Finished fifth of 16 on his latest effort at Newton Abbot (2m5½f). Has to be respected from this mark at this course.
Is 0-11 so far in her career. Has failed to beat a single rival in her two races since switching yards, including last time at Fontwell in a five runner field over 2m1½f. Needs to prove her stamina over this distance.
Remains a maiden after 12 starts. Has failed to finish in his last two appearances, with his latest attempt coming at Market Rasen (2m½f) when going off at 33/1. Down 4lb but needs to take a huge step forward.
Is 0-19 over hurdles. Hit the frame two starts ago when she was third of 13 at Southwell (3m). Finished 11th of 16 last time at Newton Abbot (2m5½f). Stepping back up in trip. Needs to produce more from this mark.
Has had 14 attempts to get off the mark over hurdles where she has hit the frame once. Came home 6th of 12 at Bangor (2m3½f) last time on her first run for her new yard. Is down 10lb in the weights but others are still preferred.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Dr R D P NewlandJ: Charlie Hammond|
West To Crossgales (4/1), Sinakar (5/1), Eddy (11/2), Farmer Boy (6/1), It's For Alan (7/1), Cottonvale (10/1), Mead Vale (12/1), Norwegian Woods (14/1), His Dream (16/1), Polished Rock (16/1), Realta Dawn (25/1), Our Nest Egg (50/1), Jonjoela (66/1), It's Buster (66/1), Crindle Carr (100/1)
- West To Crossgales
- It's For Alan
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