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National Hunt Chase tips for Tuesday's Grade 2 race. A novice event over four miles is always an interesting puzzle with the step up in trip an unknown for almost all of the field. Read on for our free betting tips, predictions and analysis.

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IMPULSIVE STAR arrived at the 2017 Festival as favourite for the Pertemps, struggling with the quickest ground he had run on. He has been a shade careful over his fences –  but at this trip with the slower cadence of the race – he can get into a much better rhythm. He smacks of a horse who wants an extreme trip and looks over priced. Ms Parfois was talked about in terms of this race when winning two starts back, she has won at this track as well this season, a big showing would be no surprise. Both Keeper Hill and Mossback need consideration for the places.

Reigning Supreme
J: Mr James King T: Nicky Henderson
Inconsistent type, he kept on well over three miles at Newbury last time in the manner of a horse who will stay further. He has won on soft ground so conditions may not be a concern, but the form of his three runs at Newbury is streets ahead of anything produced elsewhere so can only be watched.
J: Mr P. W. Mullins T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Plenty of chasing experience, he stays three miles soundly with heavy ground not an issue for him. Shapes as if he is well worth a try over an extreme trip, so is worthy of consideration despite not completing the last twice.
J: Ms K. Walsh T: W. P. Mullins, Ireland
Point winner but the best of his form under rules came when dropped back to two miles last time. That’s not an obvious route to this four mile contest for all that he relishes deep ground. The trip has to be a massive concern so can’t be supported.
Robin Of Locksley
J: Mr D. Skehan T: Sophie Leech
Had to drop into a seller to get his head in front over hurdles in January. Deep ground is the only positive for him, his chase form makes him impossible to support and yet to suggest he wants this far.
Shades Of Midnight
J: Mr T. Hamilton T: Sandy Thomson
A very smart hurdler when the mud is flying, but generally over trips short of three miles. Has not taken to fences as well as connections would have hoped, stopping quickly late on last time. Stamina must be a concern until he proves otherwise.
Ms Parfois
J: Mr William Biddick T: Anthony Honeyball
A revelation this season, she has taken to chasing briliantly. After her Hampton Novices’ win at Warwick, trainer Anthony Honeyball said “If it was soft ground, i’d be all over the four miler” a plan that clearly comes to fruition now. Conditions suit, big player if she stays.
Sizing Tennessee
J: Mr Barry O'Neill T: Colin Tizzard
Not the safest conveyance over a fence but he won here over 3m 1f earlier in the season. He wasn’t stopping at the end of that contest so the step up in trip could suit, as will soft ground. Each way chance if his jumping holds up.
No Comment
J: Mr Derek O'Connor T: Philip Hobbs
Smart efforts at all three spring festivals in 2017, especially when stepped up to three miles. Ran as well as could’ve been expected when pitched straight into Grade 1 level over fences. Won a soft ground novice hurdle but very deep ground is a slight question mark stepped up noticeably in trip.
J: Ms L. O'Neill T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Not the best traveller, but he finds plenty for pressure, going close in a Grade 2 last time. The further he went there, the better he looked so this step up in trip should suit him well. Soft ground is no concern for him, big each way player if getting into a rhythm early.
Duel At Dawn
J: Mr Tommie M. O'Brien T: Alex Hales
Resolute galloper, this has been the target since an Exeter win in November. Behind both Sizing Tennessee and Ms Parfois (who re-oppose here) the last twice so has a bit of work on to reverse the places, but conditions will be ideal for him.
Clondaw Cian
J: Mr Shane Fitzgerald T: Suzy Smith
For the second year in a row he tries new headgear at the Festival, sporting first time blinkers. Stays three miles but his first attempt at a marathon trip left plenty to be desired at Plumpton last time. Easy enough to dismiss.
Impulsive Star
J: Mr Sam Waley-Cohen T: Neil Mulholland
Sent off favourite for the Pertemps Final last season, the quick ground didn’t suit him. Yet to win over fences, he has been a little careful with his jumping but this test on soft ground will be run at a slower cadence which is a huge help. Shapes as if marathon tests will suit, looks well overpriced.
Jury Duty
J: Mr J. J. Codd T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Third in the Pertemps Final last year, this contest looked tailored made for him at the time. Stopped to nothing on the run-in at Naas last time, a first time tongue strap fitted now, so perhaps it wasn’t his stamina ebbing away as it had appeared. Likely contender but plenty short enough now.
J: Mr Theo Gillard T: Donald McCain
2m 2f is the furthest he has won over so far, all four of his successes coming on a much sounder surface. Not seen since October when his stamina ran out over a mile less than this at Warwick, he has no claims in this contest.
Keeper Hill
J: Mr Richard Deegan T: Warren Greatrex
Was progressing nicely over fences until a tumble at Musselburgh last time. He ran well in Grade 1’s both here and at Aintree last season having won impressively in the mud at Hereford. The steadier pace should suit him here, wouldn’t have to improve much to get involved.
All Kings
J: Mr Joshua Newman T: Bob Buckler
Stays three miles on soft ground, but appeared to run out of stamina over a quarter mile shorter than this last time. Has a mountain to climb at these weights and would be one of the biggest shocks all time at the Festival if he were to win.

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