14:30 Plumpton Mon 2 December 2019
Scored on his debut over fences back in December 2016 but has been unable to follow that up since. Made his return to action after a year off the track at Wincanton (3m1f) back in March where he was pulled up. Has been eased 3lb. Worth respecting.
A two-time C&D winner who has prevailed by a large margin of success in both of his two victories at this track. He was third of nine at Chepstow (2m7½f) on his only start last season. Is worth thinking about on his return this course.
Both of his two wins have come at this course over 3m4½f, including on his latest start when he won a seven runner contest. Has been raised 5lb by the handicapper and is down in trip now. Leading contender to follow up.
Has been in great form since switching to fences, with two victories coming from his three starts. His latest success came over this C&D where he blundered the last fence but was still able to get up at the finish. Has gone up 4lb. One to consider.
Is still a maiden after seven appearances. Was third of nine at Southwell (3m) two starts back, while last time he could only fifth of 13 at Exeter (3m). Drops down 2lb in the weights. Needs to improve.
His sole success came over this C&D back in December 2018. He was fancied to run well last time over this C&D but he had to settle for second place of nine, after going off as the 9/4 favourite. Has gone up 5lb so will need to find more.
A winner over hurdles but is 0-21 over fences. He has been running consistently well recently without success, including last time over this C&D when he was third of eight. Down 2lb in the weights. Has each-way claims.
Has been successful twice in her last three appearances on the track. She was victorious at Fontwell (3m2f) on her latest outing where she stayed on well in the closing stages. Has gone up 7lb for that success. Can't discount.
Last Year's Winner
|The Tin Miner||7||11-2||20/1|
|T: D G BridgwaterJ: Tom Cannon|
Tractor Fred (7/2), The Tin Miner (9/2), Kiwi Myth (11/2), Mystical Knight (6/1), Uallrightharry (6/1), Cheque En Blanc (13/2), The Lion Dancer (17/2), Tzar De L'Elfe (16/1)
- Cheque En Blanc
- The Lion Dancer
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