RADMORES REVENGE stays a lot further than this and doesn't always find a lot off the bridle but John O'Shea's 10-year-old looks in a different league to these. Official ratings suggest That'll Do Nicely, second in this grade over course and distance last time, is the one for forecast-backers ahead of Border tale, who has been on the downgrade for a while now, and Wetherby runner-up I'll Be Frank.
Border Tale 33-1 (10-2) Always behind, 12th of 15, 35l behind Cara Court (9-10) at Catterick 2m 3f ldys hcp hdl 0-100 (5) gs in Feb.
I'll Be Frank 6-1 (11-7) Prominent, jumped left and bumped 1st, led 4th, not fluent 3 out, joined when not fluent last, headed flat, stayed on, held towards finish, 2nd of 15, 1 1/2l behind Saddlers Mot (11-2) at Wetherby 2m 4f sell hcp hdl 0-95 (5) gd in Apr.
Lewlaur Supreme (IRE) 40-1 (10-5) Held up in rear, not fluent 1st, slightly hampered 2nd, headway approaching 2 out, no impression before last, 5th of 8, 14l behind Milano Supremo (10-12) at Hexham 2m sell hdl (5) gd.
Radmores Revenge 16-1 (9-10) Held up in rear, hit 5th, headway after 7th, outpaced 2 out, well beaten last, 6th of 9, 12l behind Connectivity (10-5) at Chepstow 3m hcp hdl (2) gd in Apr.
That'll Do Nicely (IRE) 6-1 (10-5) Mid-division, jumped right 2nd, jumped slowly 5th, headway next, challenged after 2 out, stayed on flat, held towards finish, 2nd of 8, 1 1/4l behind Milano Supremo (10-12) at Hexham 2m sell hdl (5) gd.