13:55 Kelso Sun 12 January 2020
Mud-loving and largely consistent handicap hurdler who has run well here in the past, though whose best efforts have been at Haydock. Up 1lb for another good run there last time, and should prove tough to beat.
Scored twice here as a novice last season, and also made the frame here in a Grade 2 contest. Comfortable winner on his return to action at Ayr (soft) in November. Below par at Newbury latest, but a big player from this mark if bouncing back.
Flat winner over 1m4½f. Scored here by 15L on hurdles debut in October (soft), but below par both over hurdles and on AW since then. That leaves him with plenty to prove on his handicap debut.
Maiden after seven starts, but is improving gradually and has been placed in four of those runs. Decent effort on handicap debut at Wetherby last time, Goes up in grade, but will need a fair bit more to be beating a couple of these opponents.
Last Year's Winner
|T: Miss P RobsonJ: Sean Quinlan|
Elvis Mail (11/8), Chti Balko (13/5), Kaizer (4/1), Dublin Four (9/2)
- Elvis Mail
- Chti Balko
- Dublin Four
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