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- Barrier Peaks is likely to prove popular after completing a double at Uttoxeter recently, but there may be some value in taking him on off this 10lb higher mark. ESCOBEDO shaped with promise on his handicap debut over an 1m7f at Wincanton and appeals as the type who could improve for this step up to an extended 2m4f. In-form duo Lone Star and Calidad are others to consider in what looks a competitive opener.
- Hugos New Horse is respected in his quest to the land a four-timer after notching his third consecutive win over hurdles at Exeter on New Year's Day, but he may prove vulnerable conceding more weight to his rivals today. TIGHTENOURBELTS ran his best race to date when finishing runner-up at Taunton in December and, with improvement a distinct possibility on this third start over the smaller obstacles, he may make the most of the weight concession. Last-time-out winner Pearly Island can chase that duo home.
- TAKE CENTRE STAGE wasn't disgraced when failing to make all and weakening into third at Kelso last month, and he may see his race out better now returned to a sounder surface. Asa is entitled to improve on her stable debut when finishing fourth at Hereford and is feared most off a 3lb lower mark. Lipa K may have more to offer now entering handicaps for the first time and warrants inspection in the market.
- In an open event, a chance is taken on REPUBLICAN. The gelded son of Kayf Tara is without a win since his novice campaign, which his sliding handicap mark reflects, but recent signs suggest he might be able to take advantage. Shighness bolted up from a 6lb lower mark over C&D in November and a return to this venue could see her back in the winner's enclosure. Here Comes McCoy might not be far away either.
- GERYVILLE ran with great credit to finish second in the Lincolnshire National on Boxing Day, his first outing following wind surgery, and he's fancied to go one better from just 3lb higher today. Jaytee has been largely consistent over the larger obstacles and he looks set to mount another bold bid, along with Jessie Lightfoot, who was unfortunate to have been brought down at Fakenham last month. African Dance has been absent since making a winning chase debut in November 2021 and the market can prove the best guide on his return.
- This is fancied to go the way of Champion Bumper hope QUEENS GAMBLE, who hacked up in a Listed event at Cheltenham in November. The daughter of Getaway must saddle a penalty for that success, but she looks highly progressive and it's unlikely we've seen the best of her yet. Alfie's Princess ought to be in the thick of things once again, having struck the woodwork at Huntingdon on her debut under Rules, along with Dysart Enos, who impressed when landing a Ludlow bumper last time out.
- The drop in trip did not appear to suit BEAT THE EDGE at Sedgefield last time, but his previous form suggests that he could be hard to stop in a race of this nature. Sindabella has some decent form to her name and she should not be discounted on her chasing debut, while Sir Apollo and Ribeye are others to note.
- MILADYGRACE failed to complete at Warwick last time but she was second off this mark at Leicester two starts ago and a reproduction of that level of form may well be good enough to take this. Emorelle showed some promise when fourth at Ffos Las on her latest outing and she could make the frame, while Imperial Pride edges out Stamina Chope to be the pick of the remainder.
- HOLETOWN HERO was last seen gaining a first success over hurdles when winning over an extended 2m at this course and, despite shouldering a 7lb winner's penalty on this rise in trip to 2m3f, he looks the one to beat. Future Investment found a class 2 maiden hurdle at Cheltenham too hot to handle, but he's feared most now dropped into a class 4 contest and the sharper nature of this course expected to suit. Bold Reaction may put up a bolder showing on this first appearance after a wind procedure and is another to note.
- HALF DOZEN proved a different proposition when recently winning on his handicap debut at Hereford and, if in the same form on this quick turnout under a 7lb penalty, the Paul Nicholls inmate is expected to take all the beating. Give Me A Cuddle looks the main threat after coming good at the second time of asking in handicaps at Doncaster and a 5lb rise in the ratings unlikely to prevent another bold bid. Three-time C&D winner Amelia's Dance has a career-high mark to contend with but she can't be discounted on her return to this venue.
- With solid form thin on the ground, a tentative vote goes to FRENCHY DU LARGE. The Venetia Williams-trained gelding shaped better than the beaten distance of 22 lengths at Ludlow in December suggests and, off the same mark as his last victory, he may return to winning ways. Milan Bridge was unlucky when getting brought down at Wincanton on Boxing Day and can't be ruled out with a smoother passage. Le Cameleon must prove his stamina over this 2m7f trip, with Dead Right making more appeal in the first-time cheekpieces.
- HIDDEN BEAUTY readily accounted for Passing Reflection when scoring at Doncaster a month ago and the daughter of Kapgarde sets the standard once again, despite having to carry a 5lb penalty. Parikarma was not disgraced on her hurdling debut at Lingfield and she could prove to be the main threat to the selection, ahead of the aforementioned Passing Reflection and Inspiratrice.
- In a moderate contest it is hard to oppose LETSBE AVENUE, who is only 3lb higher than when scoring over C&D shortly before Christmas. Imperial Joe was well held in fourth on that occasion but is more than capable of making the frame here. Heavy ground may have been against Ambion Hill on his most recent outing and he should not be discounted based on his encouraging effort at Wincanton two starts ago.
- PLEASANT MAN was narrowly denied on his handicap debut at Exeter six days ago, but the son of Galileo, who remains unexposed in this sphere, is fancied to go one better today. Just Loose Change bolted up from a 9lb lower mark in October and he merits consideration on his return from a break, while Clay, who was an eye-catching third at Doncaster last month, is another to consider.
- ISSAR D'AIRY was said to have benefitted from a return to quicker ground when bolting up at Lingfield last month and with conditions set to be similar here, a 7lb penalty might not be enough to stop Gary Moore's charge from following up. Let's Go Amigo has some interest pieces of novice form and an opening mark of 102 might underestimate him. Others to note include Fame And Fun and Almost Gotaway.
- WALKING ON CLOUDS has found his stride since joining Grant Tuer's North Yorkshire yard, winning four of his five starts, and given the manner in which he won at Southwell last month, a further 5lb rise in the handicap might not be enough to stop the progressive four-year-old. Algheed and Intervention appear likely to be in the thick of things, while Ballyare has dropped back to his last winning all-weather mark and shouldn't be discounted.
- BOBBY DASSLER showed a fair level of ability when trained in Ireland, and he was far from disgraced in handicap company on his stable debut last month. The son of Awtaad sets the standard now back in a novice contest and he looks set to relish the return to sprinting having weakened late on over 7f last time out. Angel Amadea heads the remainder, and Okeanos completes the shortlist.
- Military Two Step has been in decent form of late and although he demands respect, it is BLAZEON FIVE who edges the vote. Her winning run came to an end at Kempton last month, where she only just found one too strong, and a repeat of that effort can see her go one better in what appears to be a good opportunity to regain the winning thread. Fleurman can follow them home.
- JILLY COOPER improved her fine record over this C&D with another win in late January and the filly holds leading claims off just 3lb higher. Keyser Soze proved a different proposition in the first-time blinkers when last seen winning at Kempton, but he's not certain to produce the same performance with that headgear now discarded. Therefore, In-form duo Tylos and Revolutionise both enjoy it here and they may give the selection most to think about.
- PLUMETTE overcame a 186-day absence when getting up to win in the dying strides over C&D last month and is fancied to go in again off only 1lb higher. Smiling Sunflower recently won over an extended 1m at this venue, which was her stable debut for Mick Appleby, but a 5lb penalty and the drop to 7f may be enough to prevent her from following up. Piffle recorded two runner-up efforts in January off similar marks and makes most appeal of the remainder.
- The in-form Tennessee Dream merits plenty of respect having completed a hat-trick last time, but she faces a tougher test now and preference is for STAR OF MAYO. Andrew Balding's colt got off the mark at Lingfield a month ago and that form suggests that a rating of 73 should be workable on his handicap bow. The consistent Emperor Zen edges out Silver Nightfall to be best of the rest.
- A chance can be taken with SPIRITOFTHENORTH, who has made the frame in both previous starts at this venue and was successful when last seen at Ripon in August. The consistent Dinoo was not disgraced when trying this trip for the first time at Kempton recently and he could well play a leading role here. The shortlist is completed by Bit Harsh and Percy Willis.
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