13:35 Ffos Las Thu 28 November 2019
3-25 over hurdles, but remains inexperienced over fences after just two attempts. 2lb higher than his most recent hurdles success here, acts on soft and stays further than this. Not ruled out under 5lb claimer.
Bumper and maiden hurdle winner at up to 2m3f in Ireland, when with Noel Meade. Didn't race between November 2017 and December last year, by which time he had joined this trainer, and was pulled up. Best watched on chase debut.
Won here over the equivalent trip when hurdling (soft) in January, from 4lb lower. Ran well at Chepstow (2m, soft) on his second attempt over fences last time out. Should be more to come over this trip. Interesting.
Dual 3m1f winner at Carlisle over hurdles last season. 7lb higher than the better of those here. May have needed his reappearance, but does have a little bit to prove over this short, and after that run, now going chasing.
Triple winner on heavy ground, including when last seen in a Hexham mares' handicap hurdle in March. Goes well fresh, and there is stamina in her pedigree, so optimism she will stay on her chase debut. Not ruled out.
Last Year's Winner
Golden Whisky (4/6), Some Can Dance (7/2), Driftwood Haze (4/1), Llantara (8/1), The Rory Story (14/1)
- Golden Whisky
- Driftwood Haze
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