He has made a good start to his racing career, with 3/5 wins under rules and this is only his second start in handicap company which shows just how unexposed he is. He left a good impression on his hurdling debut when scoring with plenty up his sleeve in a Warwick novice hurdle back in the Autumn and after a couple of fair efforts in defeat since he made a winning start to life in handicap company. That came over the extended 2m3f at Doncaster, where he galloped through the line to score by three-lengths and he now takes the step up in both trip and grade, but being a son of Yeats he should be fine with this slightly longer trip and there’s every chance he can be a better horse than his current rating of 128 shows. He needs to show improvement again here but off a nice weight in this field he might be able to do so and with six/seven places on offer for each-way terms he’s worth backing each-way in my opinion.
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