The class act in the race is undoubtedly CHACUN POUR SOI, who attempts to claim a fifth Grade One Prize at this track. He doesn’t have a prep run like his rivals but has plenty in hand over them on official ratings, if anything like his best.
ASK ME EARLY can take the feature race, the Welsh Grand National Handicap Chase, for trainer Harry Fry. The unexposed chaser is unbeaten in two efforts over fences at this venue and made a satisfactory reappearance third at Bangor. He’s likely to have been primed for this prestigious event and can be involved at the finish.
A competitive handicap hurdle, with numerous unexposed sorts. NO ORDINARY JOE rates the most interesting runner with untapped potential, from a mark of 134. He ran as though something was amiss at Ascot after an excellent third in the Greatwood at Cheltenham. Allowed plenty of time subsequently, he could be a different proposition this time around.
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