15:30 Plumpton Mon 2 December 2019
Was a winner of a point-to-point at Toomebridge (3m) on just his second racecourse appearance, where he was much better that his disappointing debut. Set for his opening start under Rules here. Worth consideration.
Sulamani gelding whose dam was unraced but is a half-sister to Ryde Back who prevailed in a bumper. Will wear a hood on his debut start. Likely to be better with experience on his side so others are preferred.
Dr Massani gelding whose dam was a winner of a bumper at this course. She also turned into a useful hurdler and chaser. Interesting newcomer who can't be ruled out on his opening appearance on the track here.
Failed to shine on his debut at Ascot (1m7½f) when he was 12th of 16 runners, beaten by 47L after weakening inside the closing stages of the race. Needs to take a big step forward this time to challenge for the placings.
Pasternak gelding whose dam was lightly raced but is a half-sister to Psychomodo who was useful over hurdles and fences at trips up to 2m4f. Stands out on paper from this leading yard. One to consider.
Finished sixth of 12 on her debut at Fontwell (1m5½f) back in October. She was hampered with 3f to go in that opening run but she was fading at that point after going off at 11/1. Others appeal more.
Was impressive when she prevailed in her sole appearance to date in a point-to-point at Inchydoney (3m). Set for her first run under Rules now after being sold for £75,000. Leading contender to score once again.
Bollin Eric filly whose dam was successful in a point-to-point. She is also a half-sister to a point-to-point winner. Market likely to speak volumes about her chances of success on this opening appearance here.
Last Year's Winner
|Eden Du Houx||4||11-2||6/4|
|T: D PipeJ: T Scudamore|
Kilconny Bridge (10/11), Annual Invictus (4/1), Russian Exile (9/2), Windswept Girl (5/1), Counteract (15/2), Jungle Prose (14/1), Bring The Bacon (20/1), Right Hand Of God (25/1), Wessington Park (100/1)
- Kilconny Bridge
- Russian Exile
- Windswept Girl
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