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THEATRE MIX isn’t an obvious chasing type, and still has room to improve in the jumping department, but she just about makes the most appeal here. She ran her best race to date in this sphere when beaten a short head over this course and distance last time, avoiding any serious mistakes. A repeat of that performance will see her go close again here.
VOODOO DOLL had the race at her mercy when coming down at the last at Sedgefield last month and was just touched off at Fakenham last week. He lost out only to another rival who was at the top of their game, so makes plenty of appeal off the same mark here.
Gavrocheka will be a threat if back to the form she showed when scoring at Market Rasen in 2020, but lightly-raced handicap debutant Fulgurix may emerge as the main danger.
There are a few in here on recovery missions, but that can’t be said of ART APPROVAL, who built on a solid handicap debut at Cheltenham when easily winning at Market Rasen back in January. He probably has more to offer and can come out on top again. A revival from course and distance winner Crooks Peak at this stage wouldn’t surprise, either.
FRISSON COLLONGES could have a bigger effort in him over fences, the weight of support in his two runs this season very notable. He has shaped better than the bare result on both occasions too, and he can come good up in trip with cheekpieces fitted for a yard and jockey combination that remain in top form. Finalshot is another to consider in a tricky contest.
A weak race that could go the way of WILDE SPIRIT, who is dropping in class here and is one of very few that arrive in form. She is often well found in the market and won’t need to improve to belatedly open her account. Midnight Aurora is an obvious danger if back to the form she showed when scoring at Plumpton on in February.
FALBERTO is proving a reliable operator this season, successful in a Ludlow novice claimer in December, and going in again in a seller at Stratford recently (on debut for new yard). He is a good operator at this level and looks the solid option to concede weight all round. Good Bye, under title chasing Harry Skelton, can provide the chief threat.
CHAMERON should be hard to beat back in calmer waters. He ran no sort of race in the Hunters Chase at the Cheltenham Festival, but is far better than that and this looks a good chance for him to get back on course. Wick Green is put up for the forecast.
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