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It could pay to side with the experience of Chris Gordon’s gelding who finished a good second on his debut under rules at this course last time out.
The son of No Risk At All and the winner, who placed under a penalty next time out, were well clear of the rest of the field and things now look a bit simpler in a smaller field with lesser-raced rivals.
Fergal O’Brien’s Call Me Tara looks the obvious danger following her Newbury third in December, with Paddy Husseys Taxi having a point or two to prove after his well-supported debut here ended in disappointment.
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Anthony Honeyball’s six-year-old is still relatively lightly-raced given his age and should have more to give in this sphere following a string of recent performances.
His Newton Abbot second now looks better with the winner going in again last weekend and he bumped into a couple of better-handicapped sorts at Worcester a week ago.
However, he remains on a right-handed track which historically will suit and given he won a point-to-point, there should be no real issues over the trip going forward.