15:20 Market Rasen Thu 7 November 2019
Made return from a year off the track when a promising second at Musselburgh (2m7f; good to soft). However, failed to build on that when he was pulled-up at Stratford (3m3f; good) next time out. Makes seasonal return but comes with risks attached.
Looks to have had his problems over the last couple of years. Only had two starts last season, and he was disappointing on the second of those two runs. Difficult to know what to expect after 210 days off the track. Market may be informative.
Slightly underwhelming when fourth over C&D last time out, but this is slightly easier. Should be bang there off an unchanged mark. Slight concerns about what he finds when coming off the bridle however.
Six-race maiden over fences. Dropped a further 3lb after running another poor race when sixth of 10 at Wincanton (2m; good) when last seen. Very hard to enthuse over, so is best left alone.
0-11 under rules, but hasn't finished out of the placings in any of his last three starts. Drops back down to 2m5f after finishing third at Wincanton (3m1f; good) most recently. Place claims once more.
Suffered a pair of heavy defeats since hosing up by 12-length over C&D back in June. Was given a 10lb rise for that win, and is still 5lb above his last winning mark. Best to oppose him for the time being.
Last Year's Winner
|T: M C ChapmanJ: Rachel McDonald|
Tanrudy (9/4), Our Uncle Pat (7/2), Ask Paddy (7/2), Nomination Game (5/1), Pinch Of Ginger (8/1), Anti Cool (8/1), Midnight Owle (16/1)
- Our Uncle Pat
- Pinch Of Ginger
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