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IN SUMMARY: This year’s renewal of this tricky contest can go the way of LOUIS’ VAC POUCH, who was having his first attempt of this distance when winning at Aintree in November. He readily asserted late on and despite a thirteen pound rise, he looks the one to be on as he’s completely unexposed as a stayer. There are plenty of dangers, with perhaps the biggest coming from Glenloe and Forza Milan.

Forza Milan
J: Killian Moore T: Jonjo O'Neill
Has bumped into two useful horses the last twice, falling foul to Lous’ Vac Pouch two starts ago and bumping into an improver last time. His handicap mark continues to edge up, but he’s still lightly raced and he’ll appreciate conditions. Not discounted for a place now that he’s been given a break.
The Mighty Don
J: Leighton Aspell T: Nick Gifford
Quitely progressive this season, finishing second the last twice. He did finish second over 3m 1f in January, but he was allowed to dictate at a very slow gallop. He won’t be allowed to do that here and his stamina is still a question mark. It’s early days though and he’s not entirely discounted.
J: Noel Fehily T: Harry Fry
Has not own over timber since May 2016, running well on occasion this season but mainly well held. He was a long way behind Lovenormoney at this venue on New Year’s Day, now given a chance by the handicapper off four pounds lower. That said, he doesn’t look up to this level.
Taj Badalandabad
J: Tom Scudamore T: David Pipe
Won in great style two starts ago at Huntingdon but off his new mark, he was never in the hunt at Sandown last time in a Grade 3. The handicapper refuses to budge and with his inconsistent profile, it’s best to look elsewhere.
Theo's Charm
J: Tom Cannon T: Nick Gifford
Never really involved when eleventh in this race twelve months ago, arriving off the same mark. He’s run two solid races the last twice, including a neck second at Haydock latest, but he holds no secrets from the handicapper. Looks vulnerable to an improver.
Protek Des Flos
J: Aidan Coleman T: Nicky Henderson
Won two starts ago over 2m 5f ahead of Boite, but he didn’t convince with his stamina when plodding home at Huntingdon last time behind two of these. He’s on the same mark here and needs to improve to feature. Geraghty jumps ship and it’s best to look elsewhere.
Kansas City Chief
J: Sam Twiston-Davies T: Neil Mulholland
Proved he was extremely well handicapped with a dominant win three starts back, but the handicapper has gained his measure the last twice. He was held in a Class 3 Handicap last time and although he’ll love conditions, you’d be hard pressed to say he was one of the best handicapped in this contest.
A Great View
J: Jody McGarvey T: Denis W. Cullen, Ireland
Beaten a short-head by Mine Now two starts back before bumping into one at Leopardstown last month. He was still disappointing that day though and it raises question marks about his current handicap rating. Geraghty looks elsewhere and others are preferred.
J: Harry Cobden T: Paul Nicholls
Not beaten far in two staying handicaps this winter but heavy ground really caught him out at Chepstow last time. That doesn’t bode well given this will be a similar test and his record in big field handicaps is very poor. He’s not won since December 2016 and is passed over.
J: Alan Johns T: Tim Vaughan
Soft ground winner who has been solidly out of form of late, going out like a light at Exeter last month. He’s fallen to a very attractive mark but you couldn’t be confident on his chances at present. Others look far more solid propositions.
J: Barry Geraghty T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Yet to add to his maiden hurdle success in December 2016, but he’s shaped extremely well in three runs this season. He was keeping on stoutly over three miles at Leopardstown last time and is bred to do much better. He’s only a pound higher and with conditions ideal, he’s a leading player.
Delta Work
J: Davy Russell T: Gordon Elliott, Ireland
Only has a maiden hurdle victory to his name, though he’s run two good races in tough handicaps the last twice. Not winning has really helped his handicap mark though and he’ll love conditions. He remains unexposed and is steadily progressive, so he’s an each way contender.
Sort It Out
J: Mark Walsh T: Edward P. Harty, Ireland
Finished second in the 2015 County Hurdle, making a promising return to this sphere when third at Punchestown last month. He was doing all his best work late over three miles and he’s only two pounds higher for that narrow defeat. Live each way claims with conditions ideal.
Shantou Bob
J: Thomas Greatrex T: Warren Greatrex
Hearty stayer who has nothing in hand with the handicapper at present, well held at Haydock last month and a long way behind Theo’s Charm. He’s only a pound lower here and his overall record doesn’t appeal.
Mine Now
J: Mr Richard Deegan T: Peter Fahey, Ireland
Posted a clear career best when winning at Leopardstown over Christmas, clinging on by a short-head. As a result the handicapper has taken no prisoners, arriving here off ten pounds higher. Others look far better handicapped and he does look vulnerable to an improver.
J: Gavin Sheehan T: Warren Greatrex
Proven stamina for 2m 5f but this trip presents a question mark, as he was yet to be asked when falling at Haydock last time over 2m 7f. He’s proven progressive this season and he’s won on soft, but this mark presents a further question mark and off 11st 5lb, this will not be an easy task.
Who Dares Wins
J: Wayne Hutchinson T: Alan King
Close third in the 2017 Coral Cup and he arrives here off only three pounds higher. He returned this season with a very good third in a competitive handicap in November. He’s won on heavy ground previously and looks to have strong each way claims once again.
Dell' Arca
J: Michael Heard T: David Pipe
Smart handicapper in his hayday but he’s struggled since his latest victory, still five pounds above his last winning mark. At the age of nine he has no room to manoeuvre and in such a competitive race, he looks vulnerable with today’s ground far from ideal.
Louis' Vac Pouch
J: Richard Johnson T: Philip Hobbs
Won over the three mile distance at Aintree on his latest outing, readily asserting late on. He’s now thirteen pounds higher in a tougher race, but he’s extremely progressive and has his ideal conditions. He’s unexposed as a stayer and can improve past his rivals today.
Prime Venture
J: Adam Wedge T: Evan Williams
Won over this distance three starts ago but the handicapper looks to have gained his measure now with two held efforts in a lower grade the last twice. He never featured at Sandown in a similar contest last time and with the handicapper only dropping him a pound, he looks vulnerable.
Wait For Me
J: Tom O'Brien T: Philip Hobbs
Has run three good races at the Festival, below form on his latest start at Wincanton. He should appreciate going back up in distance but his best form has come on better ground. He’s on a good mark though and he’s won on soft, so it’d be no surprise were he to run a big race.
J: Andrew Tinkler T: Warren Greatrex
The worse the ground the better for this seven year old who scored at Exeter last time in desperate conditions. He now finds himself five pounds higher in a much tougher race, but he’s one who is unexposed and will absolutely love the conditions. No surprise were he to steal a place.
J: Matt Griffiths T: Nicky Martin
Has proven extremely game in staying events the last twice, second at Warwick to an improver in January. He’s now three pounds higher though, sixteen pounds above his last winning mark. He won’t be fazed by the ground and he’s been mainly consistent this season, so could out-run his odds for a place.
Thomas Campbell
J: James Bowen T: Nicky Henderson
Fifth in the Martin Pipe at last year’s Festival, finding it tough the last twice in some very competitive races. This very tough mark demands a career best, but he was progressive in handicaps up until the last twice. Not without an each way chance under three pound claimer Bowen.

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