17:35 Exeter Thu 10 October 2019
Only one in this field with chasing experience. Ended last season rated 146 as a hurdler so should really be considered one of the major players. Perhaps not open to as much improvement as his rivals though.
Makes seasonal comeback, and interesting that he is sent chasing on first run of the season given the progress he made for his trainer last season. Only a five-year-old, and should have plenty to offer in this sphere. Player.
Reached his ceiling over hurdles and now makes chasing debut. Slight concern that he is tackling the bigger obstacles for the first time out after a fall most recently. Place claims at best.
Makes chasing debut after follow-up bid over hurdles was foiled last time out. Stables runners tend to improve once sent over fences (Erick Le Rouge a recent example of this), and he is a likely contender.
Last Year's Winner
Padleyourowncanoe (1/1), Monbeg Theatre (13/8), Rococo River (4/1), Tea Time On Mars (16/1), Point N Shoot (33/1)
- Tea Time On Mars
- Rococo River
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