16:10 Wincanton Sat 9 November 2019
Half-brother to Bumper winner and moderate chaser but yard not associated with first time winners and not hard to look elsewhere on debut.
100/1 when tailed off last of 15 on soft ground Cheltenham debut last month and can't be fancied on that evidence.
€150,000 three-year-old. Related to five winners with this stables El Bandit been the best of them. Top yard has won this twice in the last five years and makes plenty of appeal on paper.
Seventh foal. Half-brother to Bumper winner French Rustic. Has had wind operation ahead of this debut and market should reveal what's expected.
12/1 when fifth on Newton Abbot debut in May but that form has taken some knocks and would need to step forward to take this stronger contest.
Second foal of a maiden. Yard 0-24 in past 5 years in such events and only of interest if market speaks in his favour.
£55,000 three-year-old. Closely related to The Last Day who won a Bumper and stable always to be respected in these contests. Well worth noting in betting.
£58,000 as a three-year-old. Half-brother to smart chasers Terrefort and Vino Griego. May want further in time but makes some appeal on paper and interesting to see if money comes for him as yard have decent record in such races.
20/1 for Huntingdon debut in May but tailed off then and would have to take a major step forward to get involved.
Good ground Bumper winner in the spring and sold for £82,000 shortly afterwards. That form has taken some knocks and yard enduring quiet spell at present.
Hooded on debut at Chepstow last month. Showed a modicum of ability but more needed and others make more appeal.
£18,000 three-year-old. Half-brother to soft ground hurdles winner. Stable have the occasional winner in this sphere but only of interest if market speaks in his favour.
€22,000 three-year-old. Third foal of dam who didn't make the track. Stable going well and capable of getting one ready first time out so worth monitoring in betting.
Fifth foal, half-brother to Bandsman who won five times for this yard from 2m to 2m4f. Interesting newcomer and more so if the market speaks positively.
Won 17 runner Point-to-point on second start and sold afterwards for €62,000 but that form has been let down by those in behind so others more convincing.
Showed little when unplaced in pair of Point-to-points in the spring and makes little appeal now switching to rules.
Half-sister to minor winners on the Flat but debuting for small trainer who is 0-52 in past five years so not hard to look elsewhere.
Tailed off last when sent off at 50/1 on recent Taunton debut and hard to see her faring much better today.
Last Year's Winner
|Flic Ou Voyou||4||11-2||5/2|
|T: P F NichollsJ: H Cobden|
Confirmation Bias (3/1), Millbank Flyer (3/1), Talk Of Fame (5/1), Mont Segur (7/1), Forever Des Long (9/1), Writteninthesand (10/1), Pens Man (12/1), White Walker (16/1), Sizable Sam (20/1), Howaboutrightnow (33/1), Noble Savage (33/1), Saint Arvans (33/1), Arc Of Bubbles (100/1), Alkademon (100/1), Cheeky Perry (100/1), Lindisfarne (100/1), Millie's Flying (100/1), Thegreymarestail (150/1)
- Confirmation Bias
- Millbank Flyer
- White Walker
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