Never a Word rushed back from a fall at Stratford after filling the place at Fontwell final Thursday. Oliver Greenall’s gelding might have more to offer stepping up in distance, but his entire record over hurdles (0-18) leaves him vulnerable once more. Therefore, will be. Canford Thompson completes the shortlist back on good ground for the first time since finishing second at Cartmel at June.
Prediction : 1st Richard Strauss 2nd Never A Word 3rd Canford Thompson
So the drop in distance on her return to newcomer company may watch her regain the winning thread, BANNIXTOWN GLORY appeared to not watch 2m6f in a Cartmel handicap out on her latest start. Tomorrow’s Angel placed in a maiden hurdle at Newcastle in January but she will need to bounce back from a poor effort on the amount last time, and so the most important threat might prove to be mathematically Honest, a stable companion of the choice that has experienced end surgery since her hurdling bow at Bangor.
Prediction: 1st Bannixtown Glory 2nd Perfectly Honest 3rd Tomorrows Angel
ISAAC WONDER was moving nicely when falling two-out at a novice hurdle at Ffos Las on his most recent start and that he makes plenty of appeal switching to the obstacles. A useful weight-for-age allowance is received by the four-year-old and appears on a fair mark. Mac Cennetig has to enter calculations , together with Precious Bounty, that was unsatisfactory and won on his chasing debut in Market Rasen in July latest but submitted a strong put effort at Ffos Las.
Prediction : 1st Isaac Wonder 2nd Mac Cennetig 3rd Precious Bounty
NAYATI returned in Perth to winning ways after fighting to land a blow in the Summer Hurdle in Market Rasen the time before. A 2lb rise seems reasonable and Donald McCain’s gelding could defy a career-high markers. Chieftain’s Choice went 4lb at Stratford in July and is honored, together with the Ingleby Hollow, who has enjoyed a decent period of items in both stocks.
Prediction: 1st Nayati 2nd Chieftains Choice 3rd Ingleby Hollow
MY RENAISSANCE gained his course victory when a winner over an protracted 2m here last week and steps up in trip with a probability of making it back-to-back victories below a 7lb penalty. Chimes Of Dylan was a winner within this space at Ffos Las in June and must be satisfied by cutting back in trip while Alderbrook Lad and Up To appear set to battle it out for third, having fought over 3m last time.
Prediction : 1st My Renaissance 2nd Chimes Of Dylan 3rd Alderbrook Lad
A week HEPIJEU continued his fine run of form with an easy win over fences in Worcester and he makes plenty of appeal reverting to obstructions off a marker 6lb lower. Although Allelu Alleluia looks the selection of the J P McManus-owned set jacks Last Hope is a stayer and warrants lots of respect after his moment at Southwell and he switches to wood off a score that is dangerous.
Prediction: 1st Hepijeu 2nd Allelu Alleluia 3rd Jacks Hope
Preferred backers were obliged by TOSHIMA over distance and course when creating it back-to-back hurdle triumphs and Robert Stephens’ four-year-old has plenty in his favour looking to complete the. Dounyapour, his only rival, appreciated the step up last month when scoring in Worcester and he’s entitled to run well after again now fitted with a tongue-tie.
Prediction : 1st Toshima 2nd Dounyapour 3rd
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