15:05 Fontwell Fri 8 November 2019
£82,000 purchase after winning her sole Irish point-to-point, Fame And Glory mare was a bit disappointing on debut here in February but ran better at Worcester (2m4f, good to soft) in May. Hood sported then is left off; should progress soon.
Ran well in all four bumpers last season, including a win at Plumpton in February; likely to make impact in this sphere before long and yard amongst winners lately.
Mahler filly, made winning start in Irish point-to-point in May and subsequently changed hands to join this trainer. Well worth betting check on rules introduction.
Disappointed in two maiden hurdle starts in May, given market prominence, twice won on Flat at Salisbury and Chepstow over 1m6f in September and may prove better-equipped for jumping returned to this sphere.
Nicely-bred Flemensfirth mare, ran well enough in bumpers at Taunton and Newbury early this year and could have a role to play now returning to action and commencing jumping career.
Off the mark at the third time of asking when landing a Cheltenham bumper in April; ought to be able to make his mark over timber quickly and sets the standard for this event.
Beaten 3L into third in C&D novice in June on hurdles bow; the form of that race hasn't exactly prove strong so may need to improve after a break to better placing.
Last Year's Winner
Deja Vue (2/1), Mystic Dreamer (5/2), Early Morning Rain (7/2), Giving Back (15/2), Glasha's Peak (11/1), Fantasia Storm (14/1), Tara Niece (25/1)
- Giving Back
- Mystic Dreamer
- Glasha's Peak
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