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Geronimo has made a promising start to his career over hurdles, finishing second for the third outing in succession on handicap debut at Carlisle last time. He remains potentially well treated from just 3 lb higher in the weights here and should prove a tough nut to crack for the Sandy Thomson yard. Road To Gold and Chicoria are feared most, particularly the first-named who produced his best effort a while when second over a shorter trip here last time.
Looksnowtlikebrian made hard work of things when landing the odds at Ayr seven weeks ago, hitting the last and having to be firmly driven out to hold on by three quarters of a length. There's no way he'll get away with jumping so poorly here, but he but still looks on a fair mark judged by his previous win at Ffos Las and is taken to land the hat-trick. Buffalo Ballet and last-time-out Haydock second Streets of Promise can give the selection most to do.
Mumgos Debut wasn't seen to best effect when fourth under a change of tactics at Ayr last time, but that still represented a step back in the right direction and - dropping back into a 0-110 - he could be the way to go for the Lucinda Russell yard that has won two of the last seven renewals of this race. Las Tunas is weighted to strike but rarely finds much for pressure, so John Williams is feared most following a good second on his latest outing at Musselburgh.