Jumping well, racing handily and getting into a good early rhythm are often the key components to success in these big staying handicap chases and with COGRY (best price 15-2) fitting all the necessary criteria outlined, the durable 10-year-old makes quite a bit of appeal at the morning prices.

Back in the day, Nigel Twiston-Davies’ gelding was always susceptible to the odd bad mistake and while it’s not very often that he’s totally error-free, he seems a safer and more reliable conveyance in recent times. Indeed, his jumping was one of the main reasons why he managed to see it out from the front when scoring at Cheltenham last time out and that effort was off the back of two solid performances in similar races at the same track. Runner-up in this contest last year when he chased the eventual winner, Milansbar, all the way through, that fine display solidified his overall record at the Midland venue and providing he gets a flyer as the tapes go back and either leads or at the very least sits on the shoulders of the pace, the son of King’s Theatre is fancied to put up another bold bid.


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