TUDDENHAM GREEN looks capable of exploiting a flat handicap mark of 70, following a successful jumping spell for Alan King. The Simon Munir and Isaac Souede-owned four-year-old appears well treated, judged on his previous keeping-on third at Sandown last season. The form of that contest has been well advertised, with the second, fourth and sixth subsequently winning. Soft ground should prove no hindrance too, having scored under these conditions last time.
RAY VONN has clear win credentials on stable debut after a trio of promising efforts on the all-weather. The son of Galileo Gold reached the frame in all of those runs, including an eyecatching runner-up position over this trip at Southwell. He was short of room at a crucial stage and appears to have some scope from an opening handicap mark of 70, at a moderate standard; this could easily be the time to catch him.
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