Timeform pick out bets from Uttoxeter and Kelso on Sunday.
Aqua Dude has got a big experience edge over plenty of these and brings some useful chase form to the table from last season, having posted an excellent second at Haydock in February. Allee Bleue, who had a tune-up on the Flat recently, and Templeross, who has some strong hurdling form from last season, will be up to giving the selection something to think about if translating their hurdles ability.
Mayo Star is certainly bred to make a jumper, and he is expected to leave his opening hurdles effort at this venue in April well behind him (showed plenty but not unduly punished once beaten). He has fair form in bumpers to his name, including a win at Newcastle last season, and he is expected to go well for his in-form yard. Coole Hall and Bestiarius reappear off similar breaks and are the obvious threats with Sir Tommy looking one to oppose.
Audacious Plan has plenty to prove on recent form figures (for Rebecca Curtis) but wouldn't be the first horse to benefit from a switch to Dr Richard Newland's yard and has dropped significantly in the weights, so looks a good option to get the better of the thriving Miami Present, with the still unexposed Powerful Symbol another danger.
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