12:20 Kelso Sun 12 January 2020
Made a good start over hurdles when third here (2m) on debut earlier in the season, before winning easily over that trip (soft) back here last month. Step up in trip ought to suit. Big player.
Wide margin scorer at Hexham (2m4f, heavy) in November and performed with credit in a Cheltenham Grade 2 last time (3m, soft). This is not as deep-a-race and he looks the one to beat on that latest evidence.
Was pulled up on his debut in an Irish point in November and can only watch him in this field on his rules debut.
150-1 and never got in a blow on debut at Ayr (2m, soft) in October. Step up in trip should help, but can only watch this time.
Well held in all three starts in bumpers and also both, so far, over hurdles. Impossible to recommend until we see signs of ability from her.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Tim VaughanJ: Charlie Price|
Kiltealy Briggs (1/4), Elf De Re (2/1), Folks Like Us (40/1), Pentelitubby (66/1), Lissen To The Lady (125/1), Schiehallion Ridge (125/1)
- Kiltealy Briggs
- Elf De Re
- Folks Like Us
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