12:45 Kelso Sun 8 December 2019
Useful hurdler who made quite a taking transition to fences when taking a novices' handicap chase over 2m4f at Carlisle on his chasing debut. Jumped well and found plenty for pressure; open to further progress, useful staying chaser in the making.
Dual Irish point-to-point winner who has shaped well on a couple of occasions under Rules over hurdles first and then fences. Failed to make an impression when making his handicap chase debut last time off a stiff looking mark (pulled up).
Would have gone close in a decent handicap last time at Newcastle (2m7f) if he hadn't unseated his rider three out (yet to be asked for an effort). Produced some useful efforts over hurdles/fences, faces a stiff task, one to note back in handicaps.
Twice successful around here over hurdles in novice company he showed an awful lot more on his second chase start with his yard out of the doldrums. Faced a stiff task at Wetherby against two previous chase winners; has ability to make an impact.
Confirmed the promise that she had shown on her hurdles debut when taking a Limerick novice (2m3f) in April. Underperformed when last seen at Cork she's now makes her stable/GB/chase debut; looks to have a stiff task on hurdles ratings.
Last Year's Winner
|T: C GrantJ: Sean Quinlan|
Two For Gold (2/5), Aye Right (6/4), Coole Hall (5/2), Cairnshill (25/1), Gipsy Lee Rose (28/1), Ard Chros (28/1)
- Two For Gold
- Aye Right
- Coole Hall
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