I rode him when he finished third at Wetherby last month, where he shaped well for me over an extended 2m3f, and he again looked like he was ready for this step up in trip at Leicester last time. I think he will improve for the extra distance, and give a very good account of himself in this maiden hurdle, for all it is a decent race of its type.
He is another horse that Malcolm Denmark kindly sent us in the summer and he looks fairly weighted on some of his Irish form, notably his heavy-ground third over 2m at Tramore last season. He was also running a big race at Down Royal when falling afterwards. He has pleased us in the build-up to this race and, if seeing out the 2m4f trip in the ground, then I hope he will be competitive off a mark of 118.
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