13:10 Uttoxeter Tue 10 December 2019
On for a hat-trick of successes here. She was victorious over this C&D last month and then followed that up at Bangor (2m7f). Has been raised 12lb for that large margin of success last time. Will enjoy the ground. Leading contender.
Still a maiden after six runs. She was fourth of 13 on her last start at Southwell (2m4½f). Hood and tongue-tie will be on for the first time in what is set to be her opening start for her new yard. One to consider on her return to action.
Is still looking for her first win after 17 appearances. She performed quite well in her three starts earlier this year, finishing third on each occasion, including latest at Ffos Las (3m). Has had a wind-op since. Worth consideration.
Dual-purpose filly who is still a maiden. She had just one horse behind her on her latest effort in a seven runner Flat race at Southwell (2m½f) on the AW. This will be her first run in handicap company over hurdles. Others are preferred.
A point-to-point winner who is 0-8 under Rules. She has gone close to her first success on her previous two starts, including last time at Plumpton (2m4½f) when she was second of 11 runners. Has gone up just 2lb. One for the shortlist.
Showed no signs of a maiden success over hurdles in Ireland. Moved yards last month before finishing seventh of 10 runners at Newcastle (2m4½f) after going off at 40/1. Will need to improve to be in the mix here.
Produced her best run yet last time when she was second of seven over this C&D, albeit she was 15L off the winner. She has been eased 2lb in the weights by the handicapper. Has each-way claims on the basis of her last run.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Jennie CandlishJ: Jonjo O'Neill Jr.|
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