Was an eye-catcher on debut at Lingfield where he was carried wide around the bend. Stepping up to 7f should suit and he will be hard to beat.
James Tate’s yard is in cracking form at the moment and his two-year-olds are running well.
Richard Fahey’ two-year-old showed big improvement on his second run at Haydock over 6f and a repeat of that performance here would make him difficult to beat here.
Well drawn and stepping up in trip to 7f, he looks to have a big chance in a race where more than half the field are 33/1 shots or bigger.
There some very nice types in this 2m National Hunt race, but Carys Commodity, who is also bred to be decent, ran to a good level on debut at Newton Abbot last May.
With normal improvement after his summer break, he should take a bit of stopping for the father and son team of Jonjo O’Neill.
*Prices correct at time of publishing and a treble at the odds shown pays approximately 15/1 if all three win.