IN SUMMARY: Antartica De Thaix still had every chance when coming down on her latest start and as a Listed winner, she’s respected. It should pay to go with the unexposed LASTBUTNOTLEAST on this occasion though, who won a Listed Hurdle on her final start in that sphere. She broke a blood vessel on chasing debut and left that well behind when winning easily at Haydock last month despite some sloppy jumps. She revels in the mud and stays three miles, so a step up in trip is completely in her favour. She’s unexposed and should prove very tough to beat.