Baron De Midleton (1.35) has the profile to win us a few quid down at Carlisle.
Brian Ellison’s exciting seven-year-old appeals on a couple of levels in a fascinating novices’ handicap chase.
Conditions are going to be boggy in Cumbria, which will suit the seven-year-old who won by 32 lengths in the slop at Sedgefield last season.
His record second time out is also encouraging.
Last year, a pipe opener at Newcastle got him ready to win at Doncaster.
After a couple of months off, the dust was well and truly blown away at Musselburgh before that Sedgefield romp.
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