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Willie Mullins has won three of the last seven renewals and can strike once more with BURROWS SAINT. He beat Flawless Escape off levels in November, yet is more than double the price of that old rival off the same weights. He wasn’t given a hard time of things last time, looking well in on this opening handicap gambit. Flawless Escape looks his biggest rival once more, with both Early Doors (if his stamina holds) and Carter McKay looking others for consideration.

Lough Derg Spirit
J: Ned Curtis T: Nicky Henderson
Pulled up the only time he tried this trip as a novice, he shapes as if he needs it now. Best form has come on sharper tracks and better ground than he is going to face so although the potential is there, he has too many questions to answer for comfort.
Burrows Saint
J: Lizzie Kelly T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Travelled well for a long way last time out, not beaten up when his chance had gone. Beat Flawless Escape half a length off levels when they met in November, from level weights again here so should be little between them. The gulf in prices looks far too big here and has to be supported.
Diese Des Bieffes
J: James Bowen T: Nicky Henderson
All his form on tight tracks so far, looking in need of further when staying on well close home in the Lanzarote. Finished on the tail of Topofthegame on that occasion who ran a mighty race in Wednesday’s Coral Cup. This very different track is the question.
Flawless Escape
J: Jonathan Moore T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Steadily progressive in limited action, he ran a huge race at Leopardstown last time chasing home the thrown in Total Recall. This step down in trip should be fine for him, especially on deep ground. May struggle to reverse form with the selection from November.
J: Daniel Sansom T: Seamus Mullins
Bred to be a miler on the flat, he has shown plenty of aptitude for hurdling at the minimum trip. He will have no issues with soft ground but the step up in trip on such a stiff track has to be a serious concern.
Amour De Nuit
J: Stan Sheppard T: Paul Nicholls
Decent dual purpose performer, the best of his form has come on a sounder surface. Should relish stepping back up to this trip given how well he stays on the flat and has been placed from this mark in the past. The ground is too big a concern to recommend however.
Melrose Boy
J: Kieron Edgar T: Harry Fry
Progressive hurdler, his stamina just gave way behind Topofthegame at Sandown last time. Has a little to find with Diese Des Bieffes on a line through that rival, but acts on the ground and has won at this track so needs each way respect.
Brave Eagle
J: Alan Doyle T: Nicky Henderson
Won despite the desperate surface at Newbury in December, a break since was always the aim. This is a considerably deeper contest for him now, would make more appeal at a later spring festival when the surface has dried up.
J: Dylan Robinson T: Paul Nolan, Ireland
Not far behind Burrows Saint two runs back, the drop in trip a massive negative last time. He was under pressure a long way from home when meeting the selection, something he can’t afford to do in this company. Place squeak if he can travel kinder through the race.
Poppy Kay
J: Sean Houlihan T: Philip Hobbs
Dual heavy ground winner, she picked up a Listed race against her own sex in January. Never sighted in the Betfair Hurdle last time, this is no easier a contest, it’s a task that looks beyond her.
Deal D'estruval
J: L. P. Gilligan T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Only a minor contest he won at Tramore but backed that up in style in a strong two mile handicap at Leopardstown. He lacked the turn of foot of the winner there so the step back up to this trip will help. A nine pound hike in the weights makes this no easy task but still needs consideration.
Mr Big Shot
J: Michael Heard T: David Pipe
Really smart recruit, has dotted up on all three career starts. Off the track for nearly a year, he was last seen giving six pounds and a seventeen length beating to a horse now rated 113. 138 looks a perfectly feasible starting point for him in handicaps but this is a very different ball game.
Delire D'estruval
J: Richard Patrick T: Ben Pauling
Listed winner on heavy in November, he once more showed deep ground to be no concern last time out. That was only a minor event at Towcester, but he did it nicely. Stamina for the trip is the concern, both wins at two miles, this is a tough place to prove you stay.
Early Doors
J: J. J. Slevin T: Joseph Patrick O'Brien, Ireland
Solid efforts in novice events this season, runner-up to Mengli Khan in a Grade 1 before well beaten by Samcro last time. No disgrace in either of them, especially now pitched into a handicap off a mark that looks very workable first time. Conditions suit well, each way shout if his stamina holds.
Dream Berry
J: Jonjo O'Neill T: Jonjo O'Neill
Much improved on genuine spring ground last season, placed in a pair of big handicaps. Has won on soft but would’ve appreciated a less taxing surface, especially on his return from eleven months on the sidelines.
Flaxen Flare
J: Ciaran Gethings T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Fred Winter winner at this meeting way back in 2013, it’s been a struggle for consistency since. Switch back from chasing will suit, running well on his sole hurdles start this season. Suspicion though that younger more progressive rivals will have his measure.
Sire Du Berlais
J: D. J. McInerney T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Made eye-catching progress from the back when placed last time out. A first time tongue strap is fitted now which should help his late challenge up the hill. Three pounds higher for that run but still lightly enough raced to be open to progression for powerful connections.
No Hassle Hoff
J: Fergus Gregory T: Dan Skelton
Enjoys deep ground, he kicked off his campaign with a smart handicap win at Uttoxeter. Has been found lacking in some tough assignments since, this looks no easier from a mark still six pounds above that success.
Brelan D'as
J: Bryony Frost T: Paul Nicholls
Not looked a natural chaser this season, for all that the ground will have been plenty soft enough for him each time. Impressive handicap hurdle winner last season on a sound surface, would’ve made more appeal on a more typical Festival surface than this one.
Carter Mckay
J: Jamie Bargary T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Well fancied to win at the Festival last season, he found Grade 1 level beyond him in the bumper. Shaped well in Graded company this season over hurdles, just flattening out close home over slightly further last time. Mark looks perfectly fair, solid each way shout.
Coeur De Lion
J: Kevin Dowling T: Alan King
Kept warm company as a novice last season, including a Sandown victory on heavy ground. Well below that level in a pair of runs this season over obstacles and yet to prove his stamina for this trip, despite being a two mile scorer on the flat.
Brillare Momento
J: Harry Stock T: Martin Keighley
Dual winner at this track on decent ground last season, she showed a deep surface to be no issue last time out. That Towcester handicap was a decent one for the track, though this looks tougher. Needs first time cheekpieces to draw out a little more from her.
Tommy Rapper
J: Bridget Andrews T: Dan Skelton
Rapid progression up the handicap ranks this season, notching his hat-trick in a Pertemps qualifier. Connections opted to avoid that contest on this ground, bringing him back in trip. A strong pace at this trip should suit perfectly, with only a five pound rise, he needs consideration.
Blow By Blow
J: Donagh Meyler T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Grade 1 bumper winner has not yet set the world alight in hurdles. Easily his best effort last time out when winning a Grade 3 at Thurles. That was a weak race for the grade, but he ripped them apart and might finally be ready to fulfil his potential.

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