14:40 Uttoxeter Wed 11 September 2019
Has finished a long way down the field in his three starts to date. He was fifth of 10 on his last run at Market Rasen (2m½f). Needs to improve on what he has shown so far. Others make more of an appeal.
Lightly-raced gelding who has had just the four starts in the UK under Rules. He was second of 10 on his latest appearance at Warwick over 2m. Back up in trip where he should not have any issues. One for the shortlist.
Yet to be competitive in his four starts on the track. He finished ninth of 12 on his last run at Warwick (2m) after going off at 66/1. Back up in distance. Hard to make a case for on the evidence of what we have seen from him.
Has had four attempts to get off the mark over hurdles. He was second of 16 at Clonmel (2m3½f) back in January, but could only finish seventh of 12 at Downpatrick (2m3f). First run for new yard here. Leading contender.
Is a two-time winner in point-to-points. Made his debut over hurdles under Rules at Bangor (2m½f) last month, finishing eighth of 10 runners. Needs to take a huge step forward on his latest start.
Has hit the frame on a couple of occasions, including two starts back when he finished third of 12 at Market Rasen (2m½f). Stepping up in trip now and has a tongue-tie on for the first time. Worth consideration.
Former Flat raider who won twice on the AW. Appeared for the first time over hurdles on his latest appearance where he had just one runner behind him in a six runner field. Needs to improve.
Has come home a long way down the field in his two starts over hurdles. Was back on the Flat on his latest start at Lingfield (2m½f) where he was last of 12. Hard to make a case for over obstacles.
Showed some promise in bumpers last year, however, she has yet to progress over hurdles. She unseated her rider at Bangor (2m3½f) two starts ago and then came home last of Worcester (2m7f). Down in trip. Others stand out more.
Last Year's Winner
|T: G McPhersonJ: Sam Twiston-Davies|
Mason Jar (4/6), Champagne Mist (2/1), Cotswold Prince (9/2), Neil The Legend (5/1), Winter Holiday (20/1), Don't Do It (33/1), Castleplunkett Kid (33/1), Push Ahead (50/1), Dorado Dollar (66/1), Duration (100/1)
- Mason Jar
- Champagne Mist
- Cotswold Prince
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