Winner at Plumpton back in March by five lengths and returned to seasonal action with a third at the same venue, just over a fortnight ago. This will be a first attempt at three miles but a bit of generosity from the handicapper puts her right in the thick of the action.
(Daily Mirror, Newsboy. Racing Post, Spotlight. Weekender, Paul Kealy)
Followed a win at Exeter back in January, with some decent performances, including a fourth in a Class 1 at Warwick. Returned to action two weeks ago after a wind op and looked destined to take the victory, but for a fall at the last. Barring another calamity, has a big chance of taking the prize.
(Gloucestershire Echo, Melissa Jones. Irish Herald, Ian Gaughran. Racing Post, Postdata)
Winner of the Silver Bowl Chase at Kempton back in March of 2018 and finished second in the Grade 3 Caspian Gold Cup Chase at Cheltenham last December behind Frodon. Has not raced since, which could be a minor issue, but looks strong enough to win, even with a weight increase.
(Belfast Newsletter, Wise Owl. Yorkshire Post, The Duke)
A Nicky Henderson runner who is odds on favourite to take the victory here. Won the Champion Four Year Olds Hurdle at Punchestown, after winning the Adonis at Kempton previously. Grand Sancy offers the only competition.
(Daily Express, The Scout. Oxford Mail, Mark Edwards)
Won over course and distance back in May, whilst wearing a visor. Has not helped since mind, although a third here last time out does point to a love for this track. Has every chance, if they can find their top form.
(Cambridge Evening News, PicksFromThePaddock. The Sun On Sunday, Sirius)
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