15:40 Carlisle Mon 11 November 2019
Irish raider who ran with credit on Rules debut when keeping on into third at Tipperary last month having endured a few issues in-running. Respected and won't be far away.
Yard has won this race twice in the last eight years and this Muhtathir gelding is out of a winning French 1m2f mare. Could go well if market reflects positive feeling.
Sixthy of 13 on debut in Warwick bumper in May for Alistair Ralph but was only beaten three lengths in blanket finish so form might not be too reliable. Makes debut for new yard but could find a few too good.
£22,000 Yeats gelding out of well related unraced dam. Hard to assess, but yard does well here so worth a market check on racecourse debut.
Bought for 110,000 euros at auction last year, he is by Jeremy out of Irish dam who won Grade 3 staying novice chase. Looks the part on paper so quite likely to give a good acccount on debut for top yard.
Debut for gelded son of Kutub out of mare who won over just 6f in Greece. Yard not known for debut bumper winners and will probably need more time. Cheekpieces are a slight concern.
Stable companion of Jayaah. Plenty of stamina in pedigree by Presenting out of dam who was decent at up to 3m. Cost £20,000 last summer and pedigree suggests he can win races.
Yard has good 21% strike-rate in bumpers. Mahler gelding who ran OK in two starts so far without setting the world alight, looking rather green and hinting he may do better once going over hurdles. Not out of it but may again find a few too good.
Stable companion of Brother Pat. By Yeats out of dam who won seven times over jumps so appears to have plenty going for him and would not surprise to see him go well on this racecourse debut.
Last Year's Winner
|I K Brunel||4||11-0||5/2|
|T: Olly MurphyJ: Adrian Heskin|
One Fine Man (11/8), Arcadian Sunrise (3/1), Yorvik (6/1), Symphony Hall (13/2), Jayaaah (14/1), Small Present (16/1), Kearney Hill (20/1), Elusive Red (25/1), Brother Pat (25/1), Pentelitubby (100/1)
- One Fine Man
- Arcadian Sunrise
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