Sam Twiston-Davies has been very selective with his rides at Ffos Las so far this season. He has taken just nine rides there and four of them resulted in victory. This 44 per cent strike-rate stands out which makes it a statement of intent that he goes there for four rides on Sunday. We’ve combined his four rides into an accumulator. Check out our free tips page for daily content across British and Irish racing.
Super Six is a two-time hurdle winner who makes his chasing debut here. Finished fifth in the Champion Bumper at Cheltenham a couple of years ago and has struggled to actualise that potential. Should improve for fences however and should run well in this company. Having his first start of the season like most of these but Nigel Twiston-Davies’ horses are usually ready to go.
Milkwood has some top drawer form in two-mile hurdle races. Neil Mulholland’s gelding is a Scottish Champion Hurdle winner and was runner-up in the 2021 Galway Hurdle. This race looks like a sensible early season target. He’s now rated just 1lb higher than when putting in that aforementioned placed effort at Galway. On that evidence, he has a solid chance.
Navegaon Gate should be sharper for his reappearance effort at Perth last month. Currently on a mark of 100 having been dropped a pound for his latest effort. His efforts at Fontwell and Southwell indicated that winning races isn’t out of the question. Needs to prove his stamina but if doing so, this could be the day.
Benny Silver has an interesting pedigree for bumpers but is a half-brother to a 1m4f winner in Italy. It’s hard to know what to expect from this debutant but the man on board is likely to give him every chance of winning. We’ll learn plenty about him here but you wouldn’t want to rule out a debut win.
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