16:15 Kelso Wed 18 September 2019
Flattered by the way the race unfolded when winning a Sandown handicap hurdle on his second stable/GB start (pace collapsed). Faced a stiffer task when last seen (deeper race, different tactics; tried to make all); returns off break under a penalty.
Modest maiden over hurdles whose performed with credit of late in handicaps off lowly marks. Didn't quite get home over 2m7f when last seen, back in trip here but faces a stiff task at the weights, others make more appeal.
Left hurdles debut behind when catching the eye over 2m here last week (given plenty to do, kept on well without being knocked around). Sure to progress given that experience upped in trip, betting in relation to stablemate will be interesting.
Irish point-to-point winner who has progressed steadily under Rules returning from a break after winning a Musselburgh bumper to take a Bangor 2m1f novice hurdle. Produced a taking performance on that occasion, more expected even under a penalty.
Only modest in bumpers she made a low-key start to life over obstacles when given plenty to do on her Ayr debut over 2m. Finishing well held on that occasion she didn't look devoid of ability; one for handicaps once she has a mark.
Hurdling newcomer who was placed in a good ground Irish point-to-point in April. Cost £4,000; closely related to bumper winner/fairly useful hurdler Definitelyanoscar; likely to need the outing and best watched for now.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Mrs H O GrahamJ: Callum Bewley|
Le Milos (11/10), Glorious Lady (9/4), Gennady (4/1), Aurora Thunder (16/1), Farlam King (33/1), Princess Avery (80/1)
- Glorious Lady
- Le Milos
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