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No/Draw/Horse (days since last run)
Age colour sex, Sire - Dam (Damsire)
1 Duke Of Lucca (IRE)
7 b g Milan - Derravaragh Native (IRE) (Be My Native (USA))
21P251 Mrs Lesley Field
P J Hobbs
Winner of three hurdle races and two chases from 2m 1f to 3m on ground varying from good to heavy. Won on his latest outing in a chase when 11-8fav at Bangor over 3m (good) last month, beating Emmaslegend by 17l. Has also won at Wincanton this season.
2 Frascati Park (IRE)
8 b g Bach (IRE) - Hot Curry (IRE) (Beau Sher)
011315 Mr Barry Connell
N A Twiston-Davies
Has won two hurdle races, three NH flat races and three chases from 2m to 3m on ground varying from good to soft. Well beaten at 11-10fav when fifth of 6 on his latest outing in a chase at Newcastle over 3m (good to soft) in February. Has won 3 times this season.
3 Drumbaloo (IRE)
8 b g Flemensfirth (USA) - Supreme Baloo (IRE) (Supreme Leader)
Winner of two hurdle races, three NH flat races and a chase from 2m to 3m on ground varying from good to firm to soft. A winner at 13-2 in a chase at Ludlow over 3m (good) on his latest outing last month, beating Cootehill by 1 1/4l. Has also won at Chepstow this season.
4 Glens Boy (IRE)
8 b g Dushyantor (USA) - Glens Lady (IRE) (Mister Lord (USA))
58-421P Lady Bamford & Alice Bamford
Tongue strap, Cheek pieces
T J Murphy
Miss H C Knight
A winner of a chase at 3m on good to soft ground. Pulled up 4 out when 11-4fav at Uttoxeter over 3m (good to soft) in a chase won by Lackamon last month on his latest outing.
5 Mr Hudson (IRE)
7 b g Old Vic - Esbeggi (Sabrehill (USA))
113F-21 Mrs Angela Tincknell & Mr W Tincknell
D A Jacob
P F Nicholls
He has won a hurdle race, a NH flat race and a chase from 2m 1f to 3m 2f on good and soft ground. Won on his latest outing in a chase when 5-4fav at Newton Abbot over 3m 2f (good) last month, beating Thelobstercatcher by 12l.
Frascati Park is clearly a lot better than showing at Newcastle last time and the aggressive front-runner is fancied to bounce back to form, but DUKE OF LUCCA looks the one to beat. He backed up his solid second in the Grade 2 Pendil Chase when fifth in the Jewson at last month's Festival and a 17-length romp at Bangor most recently will have done his confidence no harm whatsoever. He should take some stopping but Mr Hudson does have a squeak receiving weight off his two main rivals.