DIGER DAUDAIE (best price 6-1) showed a great attitude on his way to a breakthrough victory at Newcastle last time out and with that underbelly of steeliness a massive commodity to have as one of his weapons, Charlie Longsdon’s gelding is fancied to grind out another result at a track that compliments horses who love getting down and dirty.

A promising fifth in what’s turned out to be a red-hot novice event at Chepstow on his first start over hurdles (Queen Of Hearts, Know The Score, and Newtide all winning since), the five-year-old was sent on his travels up North in a bid to get off the mark and having been well-backed in the morning exchanges to justify the trip, he got up off the canvas to pull off the unlikely win. Although he looked to be just keeping on at the one-pace in the latter stages at the Gosforth Park venue, his closing sectionals reveal that he was deceptively running a lot quicker than at first thought, and given that he seems to have stamina in abundance, today’s step up in trip should allow him to run another huge race.


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