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The lightly raced eight-year-old DRAKES WELL has finished second on three of his four rules starts and this may be a good opportunity to go one better. Two-time bumper winner Ultimate Getaway retains potential despite being unplaced on his first two hurdle starts and is feared most, ahead of Barrowmount, who is bred to be suited by the step up in trip on his hurdle debut.
Most of these come with risks in a low-grade handicap. NEFYN POINT is making his debut as a chaser, but won his handicap hurdle off a higher mark and it was a welcome return to form he made at Bangor last time. For all that Bardd is frustrating, he is more likely to give his running than the majority in here. Sakhee’s Conquest was in the process of showing improved form when coming down at Wincanton.
Having won a handicap at Southwell on Monday when back over hurdles, PEPPER STREET is taken to defy a penalty with the promising Tom Midgley removing 7lbs. Mazikeen is unproven over hurdles, but showed ability on the Flat and her new trainer Jamie Snowden is in excellent form. She is feared most, ahead of Dolly McQueen and Happy And Content.
The topweight LE LIGERIEN should find this easier than contesting competitive handicap chases at Newbury, and he very nearly won an all-weather bumper in between. The last of his hurdle wins came off 5lbs higher. Getariver can race freely when there’s no pace on (could be the case), so Larch Hill may prove the chief danger.
The solid option is UNE DE LA SENIERE (NAP), who comes here in career-best form. My Lady Grey is the danger now returned to a more suitable trip. Madera Mist has been in good form over fences, including at Uttoxeter yesterday.
Dan Skelton’s EMBOLE may have done all his winning over hurdles, but he showed strong chase form in 2018-19. This belated return to fences can be a winning one, perhaps at the expense of Shaman Du Berlais.
The four-year-old filly BLUE COLLAR GLORY was a promising third on last month’s debut at Uttoxeter and that form reads well based on the exploits of the runner-up before and since. The newcomer Dusky Days is second choice for the in-form Jamie Snowden, with Plumpton winner Trevada also respected.
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