Through The Card: Uttoxeter, Sunday 25 November

Runners jump a fence
There's a six race card at Uttoxeter on Sunday

Timeform take you through the card at Uttoxeter on Sunday...

"...he looks worth siding with from the same mark as last time out."

Timeform on Jalingo

13:10 - JALINGO (5) was well-supported on his most recent start at Warwick last month, and he looked set to play a big part in the finish until departing three out, moving up threateningly. He looks as if he's returned to form, and, given time to recover from that, he looks worth siding with from the same mark as last time out. Quiz Master has been running well without winning recently as is feared, whilst Discay, who scored at Southwell two starts back, is another to consider.

13:40 - INDEFATIGABLE (6) was given a gentle introduction to hurdling at Newbury 17 days ago, finshing seventh of nine, but she shaped better than the distance beaten suggests, hampered when making her effort two out and having no chance after, before not being knocked about when beaten. She has some winning bumper form under her belt, however, when dead-heating at Southwell in April, and she can be expected to come on considerably for her first start in this sphere. She gets the nod over main market rival Our Dot's Baby, who unseated at Newbury last time.

14:10 - SANDY BEACH (1) has shown enough to suggest that he's better than this grade, and he ran well on his final start of last season, when second at Fontwell in March - his best effort by a considerable margin. Given a breathing operation over the summer, Colin Tizzard's representative gets the vote to make a winning reappearance ahead of the less-experienced Indirocco, who can build on his encouraging chasing debut at Market Rasen last time.

14:40 - NOTWHATIAM (2) was a faller on his most recent start at Cheltenham in October, departing two out, but he held every chance when doing so, and that run was just his second start for Dan Skelton, having scored on debut at Uttoxeter 20 days prior. Back at Uttoxeter, looks an easier assignment than last time out for Notwhatiam, and he can be expected to improve further yet for the Skelton team, with the in-form Harry booked to ride.

15:10 - GLOBAL DOMINATION (10) was in top form when ending his campaign in the spring, scoring at Fakenham in April, and raised just 2 lb for his most recent outing, when second at Southwell in May, he remains one to be positive about at this level. Finnegan's Garden won 3 times last season and is set to add to that tally soon judged on his promising comeback. Loch Garman Aris is another to consider.

15:40 - DRILL BABY DRILL (5) wasn't seen to best effect when third on her most recent outing at Southwell in May, unlucky not to finish closer having lost her pitch at a crucial moment, but that was still her best run to date, and she looks open to more improvement yet. She gets the vote to come out on top, ahead of Quri and Kentford Mallard - two others who are expected to feature.

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