Timeform pick out three bets from Plumpton on Sunday...
"He won a similar event over C&D this time last year..."
Timeform on Remember Forever
Remember Forever is yet to fully fire this season and has not been sighted on a racecourse at all since his third at Leicester in December. He won a similar event over C&D this time last year, though, and should go close if bouncing back from the same mark here, with Bryony Frost taking over in the saddle. Champion Chase should have races in him and is feared most after a good second over C&D a fortnight ago, along with Micquus, who makes his debut for Emma Lavelle.
No Hiding Place caught the eye when second under an inexperienced amateur at Sandown five weeks ago, leaving the impression he would have done even better with stronger handling. The step back up in trip will suit and this lightly-raced five-year-old likely has more to offer, so he gets the vote in a cracking handicap, with Midnight Maestro, Balgemmois, and Ballygown Bay just three of several dangers.
Irish Odyssey looked a good prospect when making a winning Rules debut at Fontwell (by 14 lengths) last month, drawing clear from two furlongs out with the minimum of fuss. Neil Mulholland's charge has to concede weight all round here, but he is open to improvement with that experience behind him and should prove a tough nut to crack. There is plenty of depth to the finale, however, with Voyage de Retour worth a market check starting out under Rules for Nicky Henderson.