15:50 Worcester Thu 10 October 2019
Gained second hurdles success in his third race latest when scoring at Newton Abbot in May(2m5½f, good). Biggest threat there unseated at the last so hard to gauge the form but he's clearly a leading contender despite the double penalty.
Wincanton maiden hurdle winner was already struggling when blundering and stumbling badly at the last when only third as a 1/2F at the same venue subsequently last March. Likely to improve this season and highly respected.
Maiden who has been pulled-up on each of his last five starts. Impossible to fancy on the basis of what he has shown so far, despite the addition of a first-time tongue-tie.
Winning chaser unseated over fences when last seen in March. Winless over hurdles although placed in five of his seven starts over them but his 115 rating is 15 and 16lb below the top two so he is up against it.
Ex-point-to-pointer ran with promise on hurdles bow at Warwick last March so his subsequent tailed off effort at Ffos Las was disappointing. Hopefully fare better now after the summer off but can't be fancied.
Fine jumps pedigree being by Milan out of a Supreme Leader mare and he was bought for £60,000 by connections after winning a Loughbrickland point-to-point last April. Interesting debutant the danger to the top two.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Olly MurphyJ: Aidan Coleman|
Storm Arising (8/11), Dolphin Square (7/2), Mossy Fen (4/1), Shanroe In Milan (10/1), Sunday Session (66/1), Henchard (150/1)
- Storm Arising
- Dolphin Square
- Mossy Fen
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