16:20 Uttoxeter Fri 18 October 2019
Won a point-to-point in March and then purchased by current connections for £28,00 at Cheltenham sales the month after; watch the market for support, as local yard do get winners here.
Winner of a point-to-point last October, but hasn't shown a great deal in two starts for new yard and looks one more for handicaps after today.
Related to a couple of winners, showed plenty of ability on only start at Auteuil in April and looks a very likely type for yard getting into the full swing of things now. Must take high rank.
Hasn't shown a lot in three point-to-point starts so will need a lot more on hurdles debut here. Others readily preferred.
£6,000 purchase at Doncaster sales last year, bred for the job and should do well once seeing a fence, but yard's tend to need the experience on debut and on that, is best watched today.
£70,000 purchase at Doncaster sales this May, that coming after debut bumper win at Kelso; related to numerous classy winners and looks a potentially useful hurdler this season. One of the main protagonists if fit today.
Bred for the job but last of 11 at Huntingdon on debut in March and faces a stiff task here.
Bred to do well now he sees some obstacles, will want further in time; good debut (for another yard) at Ayr last November but most disappointing on only start for this yard in March, and can only be watched today.
Looked a real galloping type when winning a Ffos Las bumper back in April, that coming off the back of an excellent debut at Newbury; should easily progress this year and if ready to go after summer break, one of the main players here.
£110,000 purchase Aintree sales this spring, runner-up in only point-to-point start (third from that a winner next time, also a point-to-point) and has joined top yard. Another to consider in what could be a hot little race.
Debut winner at Ffos Las last November, and then far from disgraced when highly tried in two Grade 1 bumpers after that, including midfield finish in Champion Bumper; clearly held in some regard and yard get winners here, so of obvious interest.
Winner of a little bumper on Southwell debut last November, didn't really progress as expected, but Huntingdon second in a Listed bumper a good effort; may need more against some totally unexposed types here.
Sister won a bumper, and she too has shown ability on both her starts to date, although had Prudhomme in front of her on debut; interesting to see what market says in relation to her stablemate, Emmas Joy.
Last Year's Winner
Fidelio Vallis (9/4), Emmas Joy (5/2), Prudhomme (7/2), Thor De Cerisy (6/1), Royal Crown (8/1), Holly James (14/1), Donnytwobuckets (14/1), Molly Ollys Wishes (33/1), Frimeur De Lancray (50/1), Fourtout (66/1), Nothing Man (66/1), Brandy Pad (80/1), Donatello Mail (100/1), Maxi Jazz (100/1)
- Fidelio Vallis
- Thor De Cerisy
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