Go Millie Go sets a fair standard on last season’s hurdling form but WYNN HOUSE was second in a Listed bumper on her latest appearance and may be the answer. Get In Robin moves up in trip after finishing third here last month and also has a part to play.
After proving he can do the job last time, this could be a good opportunity for THE ROAD HOME to follow up from a mark that looks within his compass. Going Mobile is not ruled out despite a below-par latest effort, while Court Jurado and Now Children are considered too.
An interesting contest. Master Templar is a newcomer who looks worth noting in the market, while Isolate, Guard Your Dreams and Presentandcounting could all prove to be very competitive. However, EARL OF HARROW shaped with promise last season and is taken to get off the mark in a race that should throw up a few future winners.
Another very interesting division of this maiden hurdle. Kaproyale perhaps looks to be the newcomer most likely to make an impact, while Across The Line, Chazza, Maninsane and Minella Tara are all of interest. However, CHUVELO has useful bumper form to his name and, at a track where his trainer does so well, may be the answer.
Bold front-runner Bletchley Castle could take some pegging back if he gets into a good jumping rhythm but HENRY’S JOY is well handicapped on some of last year’s exploits and the form of his recent Sedgefield second was recently given a good boost by the winner. Dual course winner Packettotherafters is next on the list, ahead of Write It Down.
The Dan Skelton-trained FERROBIN has run well with these cheekpieces applied the last twice and gets the nod ahead of the reappearing Le Grand Fromage, an unexposed 5yo for whom the drop back in trip is a likely plus. Last month’s Newton Abbot novice winner Twin Star could also get involved.
Olly Murphy’s new recruit VOCALISER (nap) was good value for his narrow win here a month ago and it looks all the better now after the second went in at Market Rasen on Saturday. If taking Fergus Gregory’s claim into account, he is only 1lb higher this afternoon. Chatelier is entitled to improve on a fairly positive performance at Uttoxeter and he rates the main threat.
The mare Glimpse Of Gala has the best form but preference is for rules newcomer FUSIONICE. He showed promise in his sole maiden point in May 2019 and trainer Olly Murphy has a fine record in bumpers. Glory And Honour made all in a maiden point in February (subsequently disqualified due to banned substance in sample) and is also respected.
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