18:15 Kelso Wed 18 September 2019
Bumper winner; had a very productive novice season over hurdles winning on four occasions twice over C&D (usually prominent). Rounded off the season with a good win at Ayr in handicap company (versus novices); career-high mark for an admirable sort.
Progressive handicapper; picked up his winning thread when landing his fourth consecutive completed start over C&D last time. Hard to crab his last performance against some sound yardsticks (produced further progress); tough to beat under a penalty.
Performed well for this yard since transferring from Alan King winning three small-field handicaps the latest in August at Perth in testing conditions. No match for a well-handicapped improver at Sedgefield last time; steps up in trip, stiff task.
Frustrating and quirky sort over fences (well fancied for several big chases) when with Gordon Elliott. Not able to come close to that sort of form for this stable; hard to quantify what sort of form he's in now; reportedly bled when last seen.
Last Year's Winner
|Go Another One||6||10-8||6/4|
|T: J C McConnellJ: S Bowen|
One Night In Milan (10/11), Aye Right (6/4), Nayati (7/1), Squouateur (22/1)
- One Night In Milan
- Aye Right
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