Winning pointer Hellorboston will only come here if Sedgefield is abandoned so the logical choice is Keep The Cash, who beat all bar Henri Parry Morgan when favourite on his debut at Worcester in August and should know more today. But KING OF GLORY has a really nice pedigree and it would be no surprise if Venetian Williams' son of Kayf Tara proved good enough on debut. Fellow newcomer Peterbrown is also worth a second look.
Glacial Rock (IRE) 3-1 (11-4) Twrds rr, 6th halfway, prog from 4out, so without getting to wnr, 2nd of 9, 5l behind Royale Knight (11-4) at Rathmorrissey 3m ire ptp gd in Mar.
Hellorboston (IRE) 9-2 (11-7) Alw pr, ld 2out, chall last, rallied & battled well, won at Loughanmore 3m ire ptp hvy in Nov beating North Square (10-11) by nk, 9 ran.
Keep The Cash (IRE) 3-1fav (11-0) Led, headed over 14f out, prominent, ridden 2f out, every chance over 1f out, edged right and stayed on same pace inside final furlong, 2nd of 11, 2l behind Henri Parry Morgan (10-11) at Worcester 2m NH flat (6) gd in Aug.
King Of Glory Kayf Tara gelding out of Glory Be.
Peterbrown (IRE) Shantou gelding out of Grove Juliet.
Tracking Time 66-1 (10-7) Held up in touch, weakened over 4f out, 6th of 16, 35l behind Oscar Rock (11-0) at Newbury 2m NH flat (6) sft in Nov.
Flora Lea 80-1 (10-13) Raced wide towards rear, behind final 4f, tailed off, last of 11, well behind Polly Peachum (10-12) at Warwick 2m mrs NH flat (4-7yo) (6) gd in May.
Its Clara 50-1 (11-0) Held up towards rear, not clear run over 2f out, well beaten over 1f out, 14th of 16, 19l behind Midnight Minx (11-2) at Kempton 2m Mares Nat Hunt Flat (4-6yo) (AW) (6) std in Feb.
Splendid Blue (IRE) 12-1 (10-9) Led, ridden and headed over 2f out, soon beaten, 4th of 9, 17l behind Flame of Desire (10-6) at Uttoxeter 2m NH flat (6) gd in Jun '11.