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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
1 Merry Terry (GB)
8 gr g Terimon - In Memoriam (IRE) (Buckskin (FR))
1/11514- Mr R E Dimond
C L Tizzard
A winner of a chase at 3m 2f on good to soft ground. Finished 17l behind Definite Dawn when fourth of 7 at 2-1fav on his latest outing in a chase at Fontwell over 3m 2f (good) in September last year.
2 Major Decision (IRE)
10 b g Saddlers' Hall (IRE) - Real Prospect (IRE) (Henbit (USA))
513-632 Mr D Rees
Mr J F Mathias (7)
D A Rees
A winner of a hurdle race at 2m 4f on good to firm ground, but that win was over two years ago. Pulled up 4 out when 14-1 at Thurles over 3m (soft) in a chase won by Betheholygobbs in January last year on his latest outing.
3 Normally (GB)
8 b g Tobougg (IRE) - Constant Delight (Never So Bold)
1585-P4 Mr E Gibbon
J E Moore
A winner of a chase at 2m 5f on soft ground. Well beaten at 18-1 behind Hathamore when fourth of 10 on his latest outing in a chase at Cartmel over 3m 2f (good) earlier this month.
4 Daarth (GB)
7 b g Alhaarth (IRE) - Glamorous Girl (IRE) (Darshaan)
398/53-1 Mr Jonathen de Giles
Felix de Giles
J A T De Giles
A winner at 9-2 in a hurdle race at Hereford over 3m 2f (good to firm) on his latest outing last month, dead-heating with Earcomesthedream.
5 Absolute Shambles (GB)
8 b g Shambo - Brass Castle (IRE) (Carlingford Castle)
83821-3 Chris Gordon Racing Club
Tom Cannon (3)
Winner of four hurdle races and three chases from 2m 4f to 3m 3f on ground varying from good to firm to soft. Third of 10 behind Tin Pot Man beaten 9l at 15-8fav on his latest outing in a chase at Fakenham over 3m (good to firm) last month.
Merry Terry and Major Decision are hard to assess with most of their recent form delivered in the pointing arena, with the former also returning from an absence. He's also revealed useful ability over regulation fences the last twice and could go close if ready for this return to action for team Tizzard. However, ABSOLUTE SHAMBLES is preferred. He is limited but stays the trip, handles the ground, is in form and receives weight all round. Daarth has gone well over timber the last twice and could spoil the party if handling fences on only his second outing over larger obstacles.